They will take place at the Dow Center dance studio, 168 E. 13th St., on Nov. 21-22; and at the Knickerbocker Theatre in downtown Holland on Dec. 5-6.
Performances on the Monday and Tuesday nights will begin at 8.
The public is invited and admission is free.
The program for each of the concert venues will be different, with the pieces matched to the setting that best suits them. Works selected for the Dow “white box” space will have the benefit of a more open, intimate and personal environment, with a white floor and backdrop; while the pieces for the Knickerbocker will have the benefit of a traditional “black box” theater with additional technical capacities.
The concerts will present a total of 23 pieces in the two concert venues. All of the works being presented have been created and danced by Hope College students, who also design and create their own costumes and sound/music scores.
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