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Dance review: DBR's multifaceted work a nice idea that’s in need of some fine tuning

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When Haiti was rocked by an earthquake in January of 2010, Haitan composer and violinist Daniel Bernard Roumain (aka DBR) wanted to respond. Initially, he thought to write a solemn requiem. But after some contemplation, he challenged himself to compose a reverent and rousing celebration of life. More than that, he sought not just to compose something to play on his electric violin, but to include song and dance by gathering up a group of ...


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