“Davidson’s Remembrance/Hereafter was a breath of fresh air and felt explosive, exciting and freeing from the moment the curtain opened on a visually impactful set that resembled a hanging garden.
The long, flowing dresses were a perfect choice to complement Davidson’s razor quick choreography.
The choreographer describes this piece as an “invitation to remember those who have passed, those we may soon leave behind and the anticipation of our ultimate reunion.” It felt like a celebration of life and the beauty that ballet can bring as an artform”. – DANCEinforma

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“Craig Davidson’s piece, Remembrance/Hereafter, was commissioned by Atlanta Ballet and set to a live performance of Franz Schubert’s Quartet No. 14, “Death and the Maiden.” It allowed the ensemble to move with unearthly grace and a clarity that was as refreshing as it was captivating. Davidson carefully crafted a work with pronounced attention to Schubert’s score, bridging sections with effortless transitions, seamlessly delivering the audience from one idea to the next”. – ARTSATL

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