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Choreographer King has long sought out extraordinary sonic artists as creative partners, from tabla maestro Zakir Hussain and tenor sax titan Pharoah Sanders to powerhouse vocalist Lisa Fischer and Grand Baton, who shared the stage in LINES’ spectacular 2016 ballet “The Propelled Heart.” supadance shoes ebay. In many ways, King planted conceptual seeds for “Figures of Speech” a decade ago with his groundbreaking work “People of the Forest,” a collaboration with the music and dance ensemble Nzamba Lela, from the Central African Republic’s deeply endangered rainforest dwellers, the Mbuti people (commonly known as pygmies)..
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