Suspended Women

Choreographer:  Jacqulyn Buglisi 
Music:  Maurice Ravel (interpolations by Daniel Bernard Roumain) 

A mesmerizing ensemble work illuminating the challenges and strength of women across the ages, Jacqulyn Buglisi's Suspended Women is set to music by Maurice Ravel, with interpolations composed by Daniel Bernard Roumain. Created in 2000 and now recognized as one of Buglisi’s signature works, it is the first piece by this celebrated former Martha Graham dancer, choreographer and master teacher to be performed by Ailey. Dance Magazine described Buglisi’s choreography as a series of “images that seduce the eye as much as the imagination, with shapes, luminous textures, and stilled moments in time that offer an adventure in perception.”  


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