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The Most of It

We interrupt our regular library spotlight for a quick pas de deux: a minute (and two seconds) that gives voice to movement and movement to voice.

2014 / CPR Arts Bureau / Wonderbound / Colorado Public Radio, USA

We interrupt our regular library spotlight for a quick pas de deux: a minute (and two seconds) that gives voice to movement and movement to voice.

In The Most of It, dancers Amanda Copple and Brandon Freeman use rhythm, phrasing, emphasis and texture to create a dance... for ears only.

The Most of It was commissioned by Colorado Public Radio's brand new arts bureau, as part of their ongoing experiment in translating dance to the radio. What does Ira Glass have to do with it? And how did the Wonderbound dancers approach this challenge? Find out... Behind the Scenes.


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CPR Arts Bureau

Colorado Public Radio's new multi-media arts bureau aims to shine a light on the state's cultural diversity and richness, while also raising the level of critical discourse about Colorado culture. The bureau consists of editor Chloe Veltman and reporters Ange-Aimée Woods and Corey Jones. To hear CPR's weekly arts show, visit http://www.cpr.org/news/.

Wonderbound

Based in Denver, Colorado, Wonderbound uses dance to deepen humankind's common bond through uncommon endeavors of discovery and creation. More at www.wonderbound.com.


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