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THE BIG GIVE

This is a great way to financially support KSD and make your money go further!

The Seattle Foundation’s GiveBIG is a one-day, online charitable giving event to inspire people to give generously to nonprofit organizations who make our region a healthier and more vital place to live. Each donation* made to the 1,600 nonprofit organizations profiled on The Seattle Foundation’s website between midnight and midnight (Pacific Daylight Time) on Tuesday, May 5, 2015, will receive a prorated portion of the matching funds (or “stretch”) pool. The amount of the “stretch” depends on the size of the stretch pool and how much is raised in total donations on GiveBIG day. As long as you have an internet connection (or access to the internet on your mobile phone), you can participate!* We will “stretch” all donations up to $2,500 per donor, per organization.

2015 Performances

May 8th Seattle Composers’ Salon

Pianist/Composer Michael Owcharuk and Karin Stevens will share a work-in-progress.

May 30th, 3:30 Open Studios at On the Boards: a platform to showcase new performance work at different stages of early development.

Michael and Karin will share again the further development of their work-in-progress.

June 12 and 13 KSD will tour to Whitefish Montana with the Sam Boshnack Quintet.

The Glacier Symphony and Chorale are sponsoring the performances of this show that was presented in Seattle in October 2014 to sold out audiences and Standing Ovations.

You can see video of the work here:https://vimeo.com/109645803

June 18th, KSD has been selected to perform in the Seattle International Dance Festival, Spotlight on Seattle: The Artist Perspective.  We will perform “Dormant, Exploding Syndrome, Ashcloud” to a recording of the music by the Sam Boshnack Quintet.

SAVE THE DATE: OCT 1-4 KSD CONCERT AT VELOCITY DANCE CENTER

Artistic Statement

Movement is the impetus as life is the content. Through layers of movement is the thread of truth; the sole story, the shape and texture of feeling and meaning. Beneath the motion is etched the lines of our grief and grandeur in this 21st century imperfect, moving human art form. The purpose of our relationship to creation is revealed. Beautiful. Infinite. Moving. Live. Turbulent. Grace.

“Karin is the consummate artist professional: easy to work with, warm, enthusiastic, imaginative, and above of all, supremely competent. The result… a memorable experience for performers and audiences alike.”

-John Zoltek Music Director, Glacier Symphony and Festival Amadeus Whitefish, Montana 

Collaborators and Commissions