T.S. Eliot Celebrated In Bard Dance Performance

Kathleen Chalfant and Pam Tanowitz in rehearsal for “Four Quartets” to be presented July 6-8 at the Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts at Bard College. Photo by Maria Baranova

One of the most intriguing artistic events of the summer in our region will be the world premiere of “Four Quartets” at Bard Summerscape a new dance collaboration among three of the most interesting modern artists working today. Choreographer Pam Tanowitz, composer Kaija Saariaho  and artist Brice Marden have created a piece based on T.S. Eliot’s great “Four Quartets,” the first such performance to be authorized by Eliot’s estate.  

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