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IU Auditorium to stream a conversation with Dance Theatre of Harlem

<p>A group of Dance Theatre of Harlem performers dance in 2016 at Hostos Community College in New York. IU African American Dance Company Director Stafford C. Berry Jr. will moderate the event &quot;A Conversation with Dance Theatre of Harlem&quot; on Feb. 24.</p>

A group of Dance Theatre of Harlem performers dance in 2016 at Hostos Community College in New York. IU African American Dance Company Director Stafford C. Berry Jr. will moderate the event "A Conversation with Dance Theatre of Harlem" on Feb. 24.

The IU Auditorium will stream “A Conversation with Dance Theatre of Harlem” at 7 p.m. Feb. 24 on Zoom and the auditorium’s Facebook page. IU African American Dance Company Director Stafford C. Berry Jr. will moderate the talk. The panel includes Robert Garland, the Dance Theatre of Harlem’s resident choreographer, and four company artists.

The Dance Theatre of Harlem is producing digital performances as part of its winter 2021 virtual ballet series. Audience members are recommended to watch “New Bach,” a piece choreographed by Robert Garland, before the panel discussion. “New Bach” will premiere at 8 p.m. Saturday on the DTH website and YouTube channel. The performance will be available to view for a week after its premiere. 

In addition to the discussion of “New Bach,” the panel will discuss surviving professionally during the pandemic. Viewer questions are encouraged and will be taken throughout the event.

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