Sonia
Plumb
Dance

Mailing Address: 20 Church Street, Mezzanine, Hartford, CT 06103

Sonia Plumb Dance is a non-profit 501(c)(3)

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860-508-9082

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The Dance of da Vinci 2.0

Deconstructing Leonardo's Notebooks

"...inspired by one of the biggest thinkers in history"

- Hartford Courant

#danceofdavinci2.0

March 20 & 21at 7:30pm

and March 22 at 2:30pm

Theater of the Performing Arts

359 Washington Street

Hartford, CT 06106

The Dance of da Vinci 2.0

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 Leonardo Da Vinci, a humanist polymath, is mostly known as an artist, he was also an inventor and engineer. Like his quote “Nature never breaks her own laws”, he devoted most of his life to understanding nature. His aesthetic eye allowed him to construct dramatic artwork, and his scientific studies enabled him to create futuristic inventions that have tremendous impact on humanity. Inspired by Leonardo Da Vinci’s work, the dance of Da Vinci 2.0, broken into five sections corresponds to his work, delivers a modern perspective on his artistic instincts and scientific inventions. Leonardo's work was forward thinking. We, as humans, can continue to create and thrive when we think like da Vinci. Come be inspired.

 Original music by Michael Wall

Projections by Bryan Swormstedt

Costumes by Sabrina Notarfrancisco

iL Corpo (the body)

Artists' Studio

Vitruvian Man

Artist's Dilemma

Vite degli animali (animals)

Dragons

Storks

Elephants

Lemurpa LightStorks

Fisica, Geometria, e Luoghi Sacri, (physics, geometry and sacred places)

Rituals, Reverence and Confessions

Clock Gears

War Machines

Arches 

Rifessioni e Profezie

Lust

Appetite,

Death

Vitruvian Man/Woman

Componere

Dragons Return

Sarcophagus

Taking Flight

Special thanks to our Sponsors

without whom this project would not be possible. 

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William and Alice Mortensen Foundation

The Betty Knox Foundation