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February 13, 2002

Soul reverberates at CSUS dance concerts

"Soul Reverb," part of California State University, Sacramento's Black History Month celebration, infuses traditional African pieces with hip-hop, modern dance and classic ballet to create riveting concerts. Presented by Sacramento Black Art of Dance, S/BAD, the concerts are at 8 p.m., today through Feb. 23 in Solano Hall 1010.

Choreographing the African rhythms and movements portion of the concerts is Los Angeles-based dancer and drummer Anindo Marshall who was featured in the hit television show "Survivor: Africa." Taryn Lewis, Nathan Jones, Nicole Manker, Sheila Coleman and Rita Clark choreographed other pieces in the show and CSUS professor and S/BAD artistic director Linda Goodrich created a dance piece set to the music of Omar Sosa and John Santos.

The concerts also feature a special tribute to the late artist Aaliyah with poetry by Dante Goodrich Giray.

Tickets for the event are $12 general, $10 for students and seniors and $8 for children under the age of 11. Tickets are available at the CSUS Ticket Office at (916) 278-4323.


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