On Saturday, July 14, 2012, three streams of the arts will converge in a collaborative performance as part of the Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance’s fifth annual City of Water Day festival on Governor’s Island with

Reflections on Water: New Works of Music, Dance, and Spoken Word Poetry

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Curated by Spark & Echo Arts, Reflections on Water will feature premieres of commissioned works from dancer Emily SoRelle Adams, dancer/choreographer Elizabeth Dishman/Coriolis, along with poet and featured Spark and Echo Artist, Emily Ruth Hazel. (Check out Emily’s recent poem: Word of Mouth.)
The program will also join the distinctive voices and styles of other New York City artists, including MiXed Company (Bill Humphrey-saxophone, Jessica Rechner-vocals), acoustic singer/songwriter Phoebe Lyng, singer/songwriter Meaghan Burke (cello, vocals), and poet/multidisciplinary artist Meghan Bechtel.

Be refreshed by waves of music and by the flow of words-in-motion with this soul-stirring exploration
of the many shapes of water and what it represents in our geographic and internal landscapes.

Reflections on Water will be performed at 11AM and at 2PM in Nolan Park on Governor’s Island. Both showings are free admission and open to the public. Visit our facebook event page for more!


We are pleased to share some of the work by these artists with you before the event:

dancer Emily SoRelle Adams

Elizabeth Dishman/Coriolis

singer/songwriter Phoebe Lyng

singer/songwriter Meaghan Burke

jazz/gospel musicians MiXed Company


For more about “City of Water Day” visit:

Directions to Governors Island:

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