Hand Dance

HAND DANCE

Photo by David Kielpinski

Hand Dance features ten dancing hands, visually detached from their bodies by highly focused lighting. Performed to an amusing “hoedown” score for strings, arranged by Kenji Bunch for the Ahn Trio, Hand Dance transforms palms, fingers and thumbs into an array of shapes, forms and characters that move individually and in tandem. The hands form images of train pistons, Olympic divers, air guitar players and more. Full of subtle humor as well as broad physical comedy, Hand Dance is popular with audiences of all ages.

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