A dance performance by Denison Dance and Music faculty that celebrates World Water Day 2023.

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Free and open to the public, no ticket needed. Seating is informal and most attendees will be seated on the floor.
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A dance performance by Denison Dance and Music faculty that celebrates World Water Day 2023 through story-telling, song and improvisation. Curated by Marion Ramirez in collaboration with Ojeya Cruz-Banks (dance), Pete Mills (sax), Timothy Carpenter (piano), Matthew Dixon (drums), Dean Hullet (bass).

Free and open to the public, no ticket needed. Seating is informal and most attendees will be seated on the floor.

A select number of chairs will be available for those who need them.


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