Posted March 21, 2014

The Goethe Institut is sponsoring a Schubertiade so that one doesn’t have to jet off to Austria. The Goethe Institut presents a “Schubertiade”

Friday, April 4, 8 pm
KATHRYN ROSZAK’S DANSE LUMIÈRE performing a Modern “Schubertiade”  Kathryn Roszak’s Danse Lumière performs a present day “Schubertiade,” an updated version of a salon originated by Schubert in his time involving music, dance, and poetry.

Danse Lumière is acclaimed for combining dance with literature, and takes
inspiration from the poem “Schubertiana” by Nobel Prize-winning poet Tomas
Tranströmer. The event also features pianists Michael Seth Orland and Karen Rosenak
and Actor Earll Kingston. Info on Danse Lumière:
The show on April 4 will take place at Salle Piano 1632 C Market Street, SanFrancisco, and tickets are $30.

Kathryn Roszak’s Danse Lumière is critically acclaimed for adapting literature for the
stage, having collaborated with Maxine Hong Kingston and Gary Snyder. Danse
Lumière was selected as one of the top ten performances of 2011 in the San Francisco
Bay Guardian for their performance of “Pensive Spring” presented by Cal
Performances at the Fall Free For All. Danse Lumière has performed their original
productions combining dance with drama in the Bay Area at the Herbst Theater, Grace
Cathedral, the Asian Art Museum, and the University of San Francisco. Nationally, the
company has performed at The Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., La MaMa
E.T.C., New York, and at the Copenhagen Cultural Festival, Denmark. Artistic Director
Kathryn Roszak trained at San Francisco Ballet and the American Conservatory
Theater, dancing as a soloist with the San Francisco Opera Ballet and acting with the
Berkeley Repertory Theater. In addition to choreographing for her own company,
Roszak has choreographed for San Francisco Opera and the American Conservatory

Tickets are available via

Or call 1 800 838 3006 (also brown paper tickets)

Event-Code: 602664

For additional Information:
+1 415 263 8760