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Desert Dance Collaborates with Special EFX in Sensory Memory

SOURCE: Published: 2005-03-03
DESERT DANCE THEATRE P.O. BOX 25332, TEMPE, ARIZONA 85285-5332

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CONTACT: Lisa R. Chow, Ph 480-962-4584 E-MAIL: LRChow@cox.net

Who? Desert Dance Theatre What? Sensory Memory featuring Chieli Minucci & Special EFX When? Friday, April 8, 2005 - 8:00pm Where? Scottsdale Center for the Arts, 7380 E 2nd St., Scottsdale Cost? $36 (Group Discounts Available) SPECIAL VIP TICKETS - $75 (includes Special VIP Seating and “Meet the Artists" Reception immediately following the performance) How to get tickets? Available at SCA Box Office, 480-994-2787 or Tickets.com, 1-888-464-2468. Questions? Call 480-962-4584

“SENSORY MEMORY?

Desert Dance Theatre brings back Grammy nominated and chart topping contemporary jazz artists, Chieli Minucci & Special EFX for an exciting collaboration in “Sensory Memory" on Friday, April 8, 2005 at the Scottsdale Center for the Arts at 8:00pm. Each group will perform selections from their past and current repertory. The highlight of the show will be the collaboration as Chieli Minucci & Special EFX perform selections from their newly released CD, ?Got It Goin’ On? (March 2005) along with new choreography performed by Desert Dance Theatre. This exciting collaboration will allow the creativity and innovation to fuse modern dance and contemporary jazz music into one spectacular performance in “Sensory Memory.?

Tickets are $36, and $75 VIP Tickets (includes Special VIP Seating and “Meet the Artists" Reception following the performance). Tickets are available at the Scottsdale Center Box Office, 480-994-2787 or Tickets.com, 1-888-464-2468. Ask about Group Discounts. For info call Desert Dance Theatre, 480-962-4584.

“ We are thrilled about this joint venture and reunion, bringing Chieli and Special EFX back over from New York. We plan to give our audience a whole new experience of contemporary jazz music and modern dance. This was such a hit 19 years ago, we just had to do it again!" says Chow.

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