Spring Forward

The sun is shining, the birds are singing, flowers are blooming and everyone is shouting, “It’s Spring!” So why is Gnosis counting down the days ’til Fall? Well for starters, just look at the photo above!

On September 21st, Gnosis Dance Collective will perform on this stunning stage for Kathy Mata Ballet. The San Francisco Conservatory of Music is one of the Bay Area’s premier venues, and the chance to dance in the elegant main concert hall with its gorgeous architecture and historic seat in S.F.’s “Cultural Corridor”- just steps from City Hall, the San Francisco Opera, War Memorial & Performing Arts and Davies Symphony Hall- has us simply giddy with anticipation.

And let’s not forget a little show on October 6th called “Dance for Another Day!” It’s already shaping up to be a can’t-miss event that will include modern, hip-hop, tango, ballroom, belly dance, and that’s just the beginning of the list. If you are a professional or teacher and would like to add your act to the line-up, please contact us today. If you are a dance student and would like to perform, send your teacher on over to our website and encourage them to sign up now. It’s sure to be another stellar show!

With such fantastic events to look forward to, is it any wonder that we’re eagerly awaiting autumn? Fortunately, we have lots of fun stuff to keep us busy in the meantime- we’re back in the studio with Paco Gomes for the next evolution of “The Green Chair,” plus working on new original material and even plotting some multi-media collaborations with some of our multi-talented friends…

Yes, Spring has officially sprung for Gnosis, so stick around to see what sprouts up next!


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