Dance collaborators for Sea of Trees

Dylan from local band Sea of Trees emails:

We recently played a show with our friends in Wobble Dance Co down in Brooklyn, NY. It was the first time we played a show like that, providing the music for a live dance show and it was a great experience! [video is embedded above]
We had so much fun doing this that we are hoping to put together a similar show in Albany. We're currently looking for both a venue and a local dance company that might be interested in putting something together. It occurred to us that it might make a good 'ask aoa' post, since we're not sure where to start looking. We might get some good suggestions. Who knows?

Maybe the who in this case is you. If you have suggestions, please share.

Sea of Trees is a great band. We bet they'd be fun collaboration partners.

Comments

Hello ! This was a great article to read because I love the idea of musicians and dancers collaborating together! I am currently part of a local modern dance company right out of the albany area and was very excited to hear you were looking for one ! We have an upcoming performance at the egg on May 8th where we will have live musicians for a few of the pieces ! I would be happy to forward you to the director of my company if you are interested in doing something with nacre !

That sounds awesome, Emma. We'd love to talk with your company more. Thank you for your help!

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