IV. Adagio (Pas de Deux)
V. Allegro Moderato
Christine Uchida and William Whitener
Shelley Freydont, Mary Ann Kellogg, Sara Rudner
Richard Colton, Anthony Ferro, John Malashock
From the original program: "This dance was made in North Andover, MA during the Spring of 1980 and is dedicated to Gerald J. Gross."
No longer a group of purely modern dancers, Tharp's company was comprised of dancers with a pronounced blend of styles and experience. Third Suite, a chamber ballet, marks a shift in the variety of dances created for them.
A long pas de deux for the principal couple would later be excerpted for the television special Confessions Of A Cornermaker.
Uchida and Whitener perform an excerpt in the television special Confessions of a Cornermaker.<p>©Twyla Tharp</p>
Company dancers in performance.
Suite No. 3 in D major, BWV 1068
Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach - 1725