Our picks this week: Passages of Rhythms, The Array & Musical Innovators

Passages of Rhythms

Who: Co.ERASGA
What: Passages of Rhythms
Where: The Nest (1398 Cartwright St, Vancouver)
When: November 6-9
Why: The power of three. Dancer and choreographer Alvin Erasga Tolentino presents an evening of three dynamic duets, featuring three diverse artists, showcasing three different genres in a fusion of traditional and contemporary movements. More information at companyerasgadance.ca

Passages of Rhythms. Photo by Yasuhiro Okada.
Passages of Rhythms. Photo by Yasuhiro Okada.

The Array: The Shape of the Galaxy

Who: Upintheair Theatre
What: The Array: The Shape of the Galaxy
Where: The Greenhouse (1885 Venables St, Vancouver)
When: November 7-9
Why: The power of four. Upintheair Theatre presents four short original works in its inaugural speculative fiction performance series. Working on the same theme inspired by recent discoveries in astrophysics, these newly commissioned works are staged by emerging artists and established companies. More information at upintheairtheatre.com.

The Array: The Shape of the Galaxy. Photo by Didier Brûlé-Champagne.
The Array: The Shape of the Galaxy. Photo by Didier Brûlé-Champagne.

Musical Innovators

Who: Turning Point Ensemble
What: Musical Innovators
Where: The Annex (823 Seymour St, Vancouver)
When: November 9 & 11
Why: The power of twos. Turning Point Ensemble launches its 2019-2020 season with a concert of musical innovators present and past including two premiere works. More information at turningpointensemble.ca.

Musical Innovators
Musical Innovators