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The word concerto in origin is simply "concert", depicting our
mission to bring vibrant concert dance works to the stage.
A "concerto", or concert, in the context of music was once explained by
Leonard Bernstein as meaning the "togetherness" of the orchestra.
Believing we are better together, Concerto Dance seeks togetherness
in building meaningful connections through a shared arts experience with each other,
our audiences and the community.
The word concerto is also associated with a specific form of music that is characterized by the virtuosity of the performers and the technical skill of the musicians.
This embodies our aim as Concerto Dance to cultivate technical and artistic excellence through work that is driven by virtuosity and athleticism, and the vibrant and compelling nature of musicality.
Photo: Bill Cameron
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