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Movement melds with music in David Zambrano's Soul Project

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Stars and stripes forever: Soul Project
PHOTO BY ANJA HITZENBERGER

So how was it? "It was fantastic, but also frustrating, because you want to dance. But David makes it clear that he knows that we want to dance, but we can't because 'the dancing is for us.' It creates a very nice tension: you feel the dance internally but the dancing is happening with his performers."

DAVID ZAMBRANO'S SOUL PROJECT

Fri/27-Sat/28, 8pm, $20

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts

701 Mission, SF

(415) 978-2787

www.ybca.org

 

May 3, noon, 6pm, 9pm (Stanford students only), free (advance reservations required)

Cantor Arts Center

328 Lomita, Stanford

(650) 725-2787

livelyarts.stanford.edu

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