Avant Chamber Ballet presents Still Growing + 19th Amendment
Avant Chamber Ballet will present Madison Hicks’ Still Growing + Katie Puder’s 19th Amendment as their next performance for the 2020-21 virtual season. The performance brings audiences two modern and relevant ballets.
The new work Still Growing by guest choreographer Madison Hicks is a response to our experiences in 2020 and features music by Max Richter. Katie Puder’s 19th Amendment premiered in February of last year and commemorates the 100th anniversary of the ratification of a woman’s right to vote. The ballet features commissioned music by Quinn Mason performed by MAKE Trio.
Viewers have two options to purchase the performance. They may rent the show for $30 and get 48 hours of access, or subscribe for $99 and get unlimited access to this performance and three other productions, including Nutcracker Sweets, which was released in December. Subscribers may also choose to the deluxe subscription for $199 and receive access to archival performances and behind-the-scenes videos and interviews.