Contemporary Ballet of PA (COBALT) will present an original dance program featuring the music of Beethoven, Bach, Vivaldi, and Saint-Saens at the Winter Center for Visual & Performing Arts on the campus of Millersville University, Saturday May 18 at 7:30 pm and Sunday May 19 at2:30 pm.
The latest works from Artistic Director Shari Vegso-Wilson and choreographer Kristin Pontz, both of Lancaster, are presented in a program of classical and modern dance titled “Viridiana.”
The program will include “Prism,” a new work by Vegso-Wilson that evokes the changing
patterns of daylight crossing a room and is danced on-pointe to the passionate first movement of Beethoven’s Piano Trio in B Flat, known as “The Archduke.” It will feature 11 dancers, four of whom are graduating company seniors. Bach’s lively Brandenburg Concerto No 3 in G, Saint-Saens’ playful “Carnival of the Animals,” and Vivaldi’s glorious “The Four Seasons” round out the program of music and dance choreography.