Celebrated Chilean theater collective Bonobo gives new significance to the notion of The Other in a work that follows a group of physicians grappling with prejudice upon the arrival of extraterrestrials on Earth.
Russia’s foremost contemporary playwright and director, known for his unflinchingly honest style, returns to BAC with a powerful theater work tracing a rural protagonist’s search for salvation.
The rising flamenco star interweaves percussive movement with live music in an exuberant solo confronting the fear of breaking social barriers.
Cuba's premier early music group performs a lively repetoire of 18th century music from Cuba, Mexico, and Central America.
Experimental visual artist and designer Vera Martynov collaborates with composer Alexey Sysoev on a staged cantata based on Solomon's Song of Songs, featuring Intrada vocal ensemble.
The Minneapolis-based choreographer explores memory and homeland through a series of trios and solos set to an original score performed live.
An evening salon from the NYC-based musician, composer, and author, who has garnered acclaim for his powerful voice, image-rich songs, and absurdist humor.
The rigorous and detailed choreography of this work for four dancers (with music by Okkyung Lee) unfolds its tough exterior, gradually revealing a new intimacy.
An evening salon featuring the NYC-based brass quartet whose repertoire draws from American Folk music, Shape Note hymns, folk anthems, and spirituals.