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Edmonds CC Students Present Multi-Arts Performance


Push + Pull: A Multi-Arts Performance.
"Push + Pull: A Multi-Arts

LYNNWOOD — Edmonds Community College Music and Visual Arts Departments present "Push + Pull: A Multi-Arts Performance," 7:30 p.m., Thurs, May 17 on campus, 20000 68th Ave. W. The event is free, but a $7 suggested donation supports academic scholarships at the college.

Composed by Edmonds CC Music and Visual Arts faculty, "Push + Pull" features student art and music performances and choreography by Karin Stevens Dance Company. Throughout the piece, musicians, painters and dancers will respond to five different movements: Attractor, Squeeze, Tug, Newton's Cradle, and Hoist, resulting in an innovative sensory experience for the audience.

“ 'Push + Pull' is a one-of-a-kind improvisational performance between art and music students, and a professional dance company,” said Edmonds CC Music Department chair John Sanders. “‘It’s based on loose structures and has no parameters, offering the audience a unique perspective of an authentic multi-arts collaboration.”

Opening the night are two compositions by Sanders, “Rubber Band” and “Twelve by Two,” performed by Edmonds CC Music students.

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