photo courtesy of Nickerson-Rossi Dance

Friday, February 5th was the second installment of the new Eisenhower Fluid Art Series at the Palm Springs Annenberg Theatre featuring the Nickerson-Rossi Dance Company.

 

Photography by Jorge Perezchica/Courtesy of Coachella Magazine

*Photography courtesy of Jorge Perezchica

Elegant and powerful, each act of the full repertoire showcased such gusto from each dancer’s limb. Each dance piece had an underlining theme that opened the audiences mind to a new avenue of interpretation through the art of dance.

Incredibly moving from the strong display of soulful affection, my personal favorite was the closing piece titled “Deeply Rooted” starring Chad Ortiz and Brooklynn Reeves. Nickerson-Rossi Dance: Past & Present was nothing short of beautifully riveting – an exquisite addition to this year’s new Annenberg Theatre Program.

Photography by Jorge Perezchica/Courtesy of Coachella Magazine

*Photography courtesy of Jorge Perezchica

To learn more about Nickerson-Rossi Dance, please visit:

http://www.nickersonrossidance.com/

To learn what is next at the Annenberg, please visit:

https://www.psmuseum.org/annenberg-theater/schedule

 

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