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Annie Piatt GSE '11 performs an aerial routine to begin "Elegy," infusing acrobatic elements with modern dance. Piatt's descent down the aerial silks signals the start of the onstage routine.

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Dancers aren't fazed by winter! They dance jubilantly in warm coats and winter accessories in the first half of "sprangsprungspring," complete with a backdrop of falling snow.

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Audience members and friends congratulate the dancers after the show for their dynamic performance. Dancers' Viewpointe is the largest dance production of the Office for the Arts at Harvard.

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Boston Celebrates 100 Years of John Cage

Modernist composer John Cage may have passed away in 1992, but his organ composition "Organ2/ASLSP (As SLow aS Possible)" lives on: the current performance of it in Halberstadt, Germany, is slated to finish in 2640. Cage, whose other works incorporated radios, conch shells, and cactuses, enthusiastically broke down almost every existing preconception about what did and did not constitute music. In the process, he paved the way for later experimentation. In order to commemorate the centennial of Cage's birth, musical institutions around Boston are celebrating his daring work with several upcoming concerts.

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Tale of Two Cities

THE FRENCH REVOLUTION is a subject whose innumerable contradictory messages ultimately overwhelm one another. Like the chemical elements in the

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