Seven Days' Elizabeth Seyler writes about the collaboration between the UVM Dance Program and the Burlington Chamber Orchestra.

"Classical music and improvisational dance are unlikely companions. At classical concerts, patrons listen to meticulously composed pieces played by musicians seated in orderly rows on a stage. Improvisational dance fans witness kinesthetic art created in the moment, bound loosely by a preconceived score and often spilling out into the audience.

This weekend, these strange bedfellows, along with choreographed dances, join forces in a performance to herald the creative power of spring."

Read the article online or in this week's Seven Days.