Ecstatic Rhythms

Greatness in the house:


Rhythm artists Savion Glover, left, and Jack DeJohnette. Photo courtesy DP.

Tapper Savion Glover and drummer Jack DeJohnette will return, with their colleagues, to Page Auditorium tonight, June 21, for the second of two performances co-presented by the American Dance Festival and Duke Performances. If the second is like the first, it could go on your life-list of best experiences in the theater. Read my review on CVNC here. Tickets here.

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