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Global ArtsRainbow Serpent Stories from Down Under Storyteller Paul TaylorCancelled Center SeriesAmerican Shakespeare Center Romeo and Juliet by William ShakespeareTuesday, November 3Pre-Performance Talk with Professor Arthur KinneyTuesday, November 3 Center SeriesPre-Performance Talk with Professor Arthur Kinney Tuesday, November 3 Center SeriesBill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company Serenade/The PropositionThursday, November 5Post-Performance Talk with the ArtistsThursday, November 5 Center SeriesPost-Performance Talk with the Artists Thursday, November 5 Asian Arts & Culture ProgramBollywood Masala Kehkashaan: Live BandSaturday, November 7 Global ArtsLet's Runaway and Join the Circus! Wunderle's Big Top WorkshopSunday, November 8 Center SeriesCircus Workshop Sunday, November 8 Center SeriesCirque Mechanics in a Birdhouse Factory Tuesday, November 10Circus WorkshopSunday, November 8Pre-Performance ShowTuesday, November 10 Center SeriesPre-Performance Show Tuesday, November 10 Fine Arts Center Spotlight for October 28, 2009 > Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance CompanyBill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance CompanyThursday, November 5, 7:30 PM at the FAC Concert Hall As the nation marks the birth bicentennial of our 16th president, Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company's Serenade/The Proposition is a lively, colorful rumination on the nature of history that focuses on the achievements of Abraham Lincoln. During the work, the refrain "It could be said that history is..." emerges and lays bare our connection to the history of our country.Video projections fill an iconic set of movable columns that evoke the architecture of history: the White House, the Parthenon, or the ballroom of an elegant plantation parlor. The spare staging is occupied by a cast of turbulent dancers in exquisite costumes performing flowing movements that regularly assemble into moments of still portrait like postcards from the past. The original score draws from Mozart's Requiem, Battle Hymn of the Republic, and Dixie to create a contemporary, playful, musical collage for cello, piano, and soprano.
In the early 1980s, Alice Coltrane Turiyasangitananda formed an ashram in Agora Hills, California. There a beautiful, multi-ethnic and multi generational religious community grew up around her. The highpoint of living in this very special and loving environment took shape on Sundays when Alice would lead the community in a musical ceremony, mixing both gospel and Indian chant, to create a music she wholly invented - it was something extraordinarily powerful. The Ashram is still there today. There are still some who live there and there is still a weekly Sunday service that is open for everyone.The folks who populated the Ashram world of Alice Coltrane Turiyasangitananda were a very special group of people. Many of the adult members were musicians before having moved there, and many of the younger followers have become musicians and film makers as they grew older. One these amazing artists is John Panduranga Henderson.Panduranga played organ, piano and sang with Ray Charles in the 1970's where he was a star performer in Ray's band. When he joined the Ashram, he became in essence a star performer there as well, though of course there were no 'stars'. Alice sitting at the organ would say, "Panduranga" and John would come to the front and let loose one of his amazing gospel-esque solos praising Rama or Vishnu or Jesus, Muhammad, Moses and more. He made one record under his own name - a record so obscure it's not listed on Discogs, nor found on the interweb? what?!Today, for you dear listener, we would like to present Panduranga Henderson's "Ocean of Love." Om Shanti.A1 Hari Nameste (Greetings) (10:04) A2 Hari Haraya (12:20)B1 Rama Rama, Sri Bhagwan (11:39) B2 Om Namah Shivaya (6:14) 041b061a72