CAVES - pas de deux, 8:05 minutes

music for solo guitar by Ricardo Llorca

INNOCENCE

solo, 3 minutes
music for solo piano

by Ron Mazurek

GÖTTINGEN

solo, 2:30 minutes

music by Barbara

recorded by

Daniel Isengart


STÄNDCHEN

(from “Schubert: Lieder”)

solo, 4 minutes

music: Franz Schubert


“He (Rübsam) resembled a German poet with gentle windmilling arms.

...he presents himself with honesty and clear focus.”

Eye on the Arts, 11/13/11

INTER-MEZ-ZO   octet, 9 minutes   music: Beata Moon


PETIT PAS


duet, 9:15 minutes


music:

Laibach, DAF, voices of Neil Armstrong and Gloria Steinem



outstanding, shimmering, sinewy - a powerful piece.

Sue Salko, New York Theater Guide  

11/07/11

CLOUDFOREST

MERCILESS BEAUTY



music:


J.S. Bach


Leslie Wildman


THE SECRET

music:

Beata Moon

CHORALE

pas de deux, 10 minutes, music: Ricardo Llorca

DJANGO

DINNER IS WEST

quartet, 17 minutes

music: Beata Moon



ART OF LOVE - a tribute to Laura Nyro

    full suite: 17 minutes, 7 dancers

      “Save the Country” (duet), 2:35 minutes

BRAHMS “Double Concerto”

7 dancers, 34 minutes

“Andante” - male pas de deux - 8:15 minutes

...''Brahms's 'Double Concerto,' '' a piece that manages to be as big and juicy as its score, Brahms's Concerto for Violin, Cello and Orchestra in A minor. The seven dancers tear through the first and third sections of the work, exhilaratingly circling and crossing just about every inch of stage space. Dramatically resonant brief solos and a duet for Mr. Rübsam and Carlos Molina, a soloist with American Ballet Theater, punctuated the onrushing movement....                                                 
Jennifer Dunning
 

FINAL BELL

solo

3 minutes

music: Ron Mazurek