Justice Miles presents choreographic work Soul of Flowers as Visiting Music, Race and Social Justice artist in Residence at the Metropolitan State College of Denver
April 13 @ 4:30 pm - 5:30 pmfree
Metropolitan State University of Denver’s ‘Music, Race & Social Justice Visiting Artist Series’ presents choreographer Justice Miles’ dance work Soul of Flowers April 13, 2023 at the King Center
*Performance Info: -Thursday April 13th, 2023 4:30pm @ the King Center Concert Hall at the Metropolitan State University of Denver (Free and Open to the Public)
Incorporating elements of flamenco and contemporary dance with a soundtrack ranging from flamenco to classical music to R&B, “Soul of Flowers” is a dynamic work that seeks to celebrate diversity and the human spirit. Miles will share her floral themed choreographic work, Soul of Flowers this spring as the Metropolitan State University of Denver’s ‘Music, Race & Social Justice Visiting Artist’ on April 13th at 4:30pm at the university’s King Center concert hall. Inspired by botanical research and JJ Grandville’s novel “The Flowers Personified,” which is about flowers that turn into humans and exhibit different personality traits based on Victorian floral symbolism, Soul of Flowers presents vignettes of different flowers’ lives that are symbolic of human emotions. Featuring guest appearances from classical music duo Solazur and dancers (Rhianna Cranston, Layla Jordan and Bella Boné (Anabella Owens), Miles will take the audience on a multi-disciplinary journey of mood, color, dance vocabulary, and music that boldly explores the soul.
(Photo Credit: Amanda Tipton)