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Anthony Kramer, dance instructor, event coordinator: (650) 725-0740, (650) 723-1234,

Diane Frank, dance instructor, event coordinator: (650) 725-9330, (650) 723-1234,

Carl Flink, choreographer, dance instructor: (650) 723-1234,

John Sanford, writer, News Service: (650) 736-2151, jsanford@stanford

Stanford's annual spring dance concert kicks off May 4

"Spring Migration 2001," the Dance Division's 23rd annual dance concert, is scheduled for 8:30 p.m. May 4, 5, 11 and 12 in the Roble Dance Studio, 375 Santa Teresa St. Tickets for the event are $10 ($5 for students and seniors) and will be available at the door.

Carl Flink and Emily Plauche Flink, two veterans of the eminent Jose Limon Dance Company, have played key roles in producing two of the 11 pieces scheduled to be performed.

"They're an amazing addition to our whole concert," said dance instructor Tony Kramer, who has coordinated the event with Diane Frank, another Stanford dance teacher, for more than a decade.

Students will perform This Bleeding Heart ... , a new work choreographed by Carl Flink. He is a third-year law student here and teaches dance through the division.

In addition, students will perform selections of Jose Limon's Choreographic Offering, reconstructed by Emily Plauche Flink, the Dance Division's first guest artist in residence.

The concert also will include student choreographies and a newly commissioned work by Lea Wolf, who graduated from Stanford in 1992. Wolf has won a variety of grants and her work has been performed at the Cowell Theater at Fort Mason and the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.

For more information about the event, call Kramer at (650) 725-0740.


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