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Jun 03 2024


5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Formats (virtual, in person, hybrid)



Emmanuel Vukovich, Storyboard P, CeSee, Richard Colton, and Zosha Di Castri present: The RESILIENCE Project 

Monday, June 3rd | Performance from 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM, Reception from 6:30 PM to 7:00 PM 

The Barnard Movement Lab presents a work-in-progress showing of The RESILIENCE Project – a new collaborative piece featuring Béla Bartók’s Solo Violin Sonata and Zosha Di Castri’s Patina for solo violin.

Inspired by the cross-cultural legacy of Béla Bartók’s research of Peasant & Folk Music traditions from over 100 years ago, RESILIENCE is a new, ground-breaking, and multidisciplinary collaboration between Canadian violinist Emmanuel Vukovich and Central South American Flex Prodigy Storyboard P with Mexican American Hip Hop dancer CeSee under the artistic direction of celebrated American dance-maker Richard Colton. The project features the danced performance of Bartok’s monumental Sonata for Solo Violin, and Zosha Di Castri’s Patina for solo violin.

The performance will be introduced by a brief presentation with selected images and recordings from Bartók’s Serbo-Croatian, Rumanian, Turkish & North African folk melodies archived at Columbia University’s Rare Books & Manuscripts Collection and followed by open conversation with the artists.


Doors open at 5:00 PM and the performance begins at 5:30 PM 

Capacity in the lab is capped at 40 audience members. Attendees who have RSVP’d before the event will have priority, and admission will be determined on a first come first serve basis on arrival. If you RSVP before the event but arrive late, we reserve the right to give your spot to someone on the waitlist. 

Attendees who have not RSVP’d will be put on a standby waitlist if they arrive in person before the event.

Please note: All on-campus events are subject to sudden cancellation or limited attendance in light of recent campus security measures. We will do our best to inform all event organizers, performers, and attendees as far in advance as possible if we need to cancel or modify any Movement Lab events.