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Pendulum Aerial Arts to Perform at Portland’s Summer Arts on Main Street

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

 

Photo via Pendulum Aerial Arts Facebook page (image cropped)

As part of Portland's Summer Arts on Main Street, volunteers working with Portland’5 Centers for the Arts will be presenting showcase concerts on Wednesday afternoons throughout July and August. This free series will continue on July 22nd at noon with Pendulum Aerial Arts

Pendulum is an aerial dance company that was founded by its artistic director Suzanne Kenney. This dance company focuses on creating a stunning visual journey for their audiences that break the barriers of traditional forms of art. Pendulum has been considered an innovator in both aerial performance and education within the United States considering they combine dance, acrobatics, theater and storytelling with contemporary circus arts.

The concerts will be held in downtown Portland on Southwest Main Street, between Broadway and Park Avenue, next to the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall. Each concert will begin at 12pm and will conclude at 1 pm. They are free to attend and open to the public. 

 

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