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Kyle Abraham/AIM’s ‘Pavement’, one of The Guardian’s top 10 shows of 2017

‘Abraham ranks as one of the most socially acute and inclusive voices in the American dance scene. His signature work Pavement draws on his own childhood in Pittsburgh and the LA gang drama Boyz N the Hood, yet expands those sources into a tenderly resonant portrait of young people living on the margins of society. Using music that ranged from Bach to Sam Cooke, referencing movement from ballet, contemporary dance and the street, Abraham’s beguiling work combined technical sophistication with a beautifully observed humanity.’

Read the article here.

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