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Arts On Site Pairings and Silent Auction

By Arts On Site (other events)

Friday, May 24 2024 7:00 PM 10:00 PM EDT

Pairings is a unique culinary experience featuring food and drinks paired with theater, music, and dance. The event is a special collaboration between artists across a diverse range of art forms. A select chef and mixologist work with performing artists to pair seasonal tastes with live performances. The event includes a 3 course food and drink tasting paired with 3 performances.

AOS will have a silent auction in studio 3F with an open bar visit HERE to see all of the amazing items from the communty and local organizations, including private dance lessons, gift certificates, wine tasting, yoga memberships and more! All proceeds will help Arts On Site continue to support over 400 performances/year, a community of over 7,000 artists and festivals  serving underrepresented communities. Thank you in advance for supporting AOS and for considering a donation.

Spring Pairings 3 course tasting menu featuring: 
Food - Katie Lynch
Drink - Ryan Garrison
Theater - Lucier&Rose
Music - Five Borough Brass 
Dance - The Bang Group


FIVE BOROUGH BRASS is a NYC based, union employer of professional brass and percussion musicians, who have played all over the world in notable orchestras, bands, and organizations including the New York Philharmonic, Saturday Night Live, numerous Broadway shows, and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

THE BANG GROUP is a rhythm-driven, New York-based dance company which spans contemporary and percussive forms. The company, founded and directed by Jeffrey Kazin and David Parker celebrates its 24th anniversary this season. TBG has toured and performed widely throughout North America and Europe appearing at The Holland Dance Festival, Konfrontace in Prague, Tanzsprache in Vienna, Dance Week in Zagreb, Monte Carlo Dance Festival, Edinburgh Fringe Festival (2006, 2009 and 2014,) Biennale Charleroi in Belgium, Tanzemesse in Essen, Germany (2000 and 2016,) Fondation Cartier in Paris, OT 301 in Amsterdam, Divadelna Nitra in Slovakia, Belluard Bollwerk in Switzerland and numerous cities in Italy. The company has been generously supported by The Jerome Robbins Foundation, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, Doris Duke Foundation, New York Foundation for the Arts, Harkness Foundation, Tiger Baron Foundation, Mid Atlantic Arts Fund, Greenwall Foundation, Arts International, Fund for Mutual Understanding, Netherland- America Foundation, Pentacle's ARC Fund, Frederick Loewe Foundation and several private donors. It is presented regularly in New York City by New York Live Arts and its predecessor Dance Theater Workshop, Danspace Project, Dance Now NYC, Symphony Space, The Harkness Dance Festival and the 92nd Street Y, among many others. The Bang Group has made its second home in Boston through sustained partnerships with Summer Stages Dance (13 seasons), The ICA, and The Dance Complex. The company is also in residence annually at The Yard on Martha's Vineyard and at The West End Theater on Manhattan's upper west side and has recently become an Anchor Partner at the new Flea Theater in Manhattan. It supports and presents the work of a wide range of artists through its thrice-yearly series called Soaking WET at the West End Theater and its Dance Now Boston initiative which commissions new work created for cabaret spaces and enters its fifth annual season in June 2018.  Next month, TBG will reprise its much-praised program of dances by Parker, James Waring and Aileen Passloff reflecting on Parker's artistic forebears at the 92nd Street Y, and is creating a new music/dance work composed by Pauline Kim Harris to premiere at The Stone in NYC in July. or follow us on FaceBook.

LUCIER&ROSE are a musical theatre writing duo who strive to break the boundaries of the medium in the name of genuinely queer, invitingly innovative storytelling. The pair consists of S.C. Lucier, who begins and ends in words, and Meghan Rose, who begins and ends in music. They redefine "collaboration" for all the parts in the middle. 

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