Ayako Kato Preview—BLUE FISH, A Dance for Earth Day

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Ayako Kato, choreographer of Blue Fish presented in the Pritzker Pavillion on April 21 and 22 (Earth Day) Photo: Yasunori Hongoh

Blue Fish

Drawing upon a traditional Japanese view of nature and the philosophy of Tao, blue fish is a solo contemporary dance performance that encourages the audience to perceive the intangible, the beauty of being as it is, which affirms and nurtures the ephemeral nature and dignity of life. Evoking a sense of hope, blue fish explores the possibility for equilibrium, embracing both stillness and chaos as the paths for transformation when we recognize that we are nature itself.

Choreography and Performance by Ayako Kato

Music by Christian WolfarthGyörgy Ligeti

When:

Friday, April 21 at 7:00 pm 

Saturday, April 22 (Earth Day) at 7:00 pm

 

Where:

Jay Pritzker Pavilion*, Millennium Park

201 E Randolph St, Chicago, IL 60601 

FREE Admission (first come, first served)

 

All photos courtesy of Ayako Kato

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