Spotify Playlist for Hubbard Street Dance Chicago’s Summer Series at Harris Theatre (June 7-10, 2018)

Here is the Spotify playlists for for Hubbard Street Dance Chicago’s Summer Series at Harris Theatre (June 7-10, 2018). It features a wide ranging score from Dean Martin to mambo to techno to traditional Israeli music. It also includes Ravel’s Bolero, which was also used in Alvin Ailey’s spring performance last year. Also of note is “Hava Nagila” by Dick Dale, which sounds very similar to Dale’s song, “Miserlou”, made famous by the dancing scene in Pulp Fiction.

“Isa Nori” by Maxim Waratt.

“Train” by Goldfrapp.

“Fur Alina” by Arvo Pärt, lyrics by Charles Bukowski and vocals by Bobby Jene Smith.

“Stones Start Spinning” by David Darling.

“Mabruk Wo Arisna” by Ali Hassan Kuban. Arab Folk Music by Habib Alla Jamal and Khader Shama.

“Bolero” by Maurice Ravel, arranged by Isao Tomita.

“Somewhere Over the Rainbow” by Harold Arlen & EY Harburg, adapted by Marusha.

“Hooray for Hollywood (cha cha)” by Don Swan and His Orchestra, written by John. H Mercer and Richard E. Whiting.

“Sway” by Dean Martin, written by P.B. Ruiz & N. Gimbel.

“Hava Nagila” by Dick Dale.

“Echad Mi Yodea” by Ohad Naharin and Tractor’s Revenge.

“Na Tum Jano Na hum” by Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai.

“Wahed” by Chronomad.

“You’re Welcome” by The Beach Boys,” written by Brian Wilson and Van Dyke Parks,

“Pictures” by Ohad Fishoff and Maxim Waratt

The program will feature two works by Israeli choreographer Ohad Naharin, Minus 16 and Deca Dance.

Get tickets now for Hubbard Street Dance Chicago’s Summer Series from June 7th to 10th!

Quinn Delaney

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Also, see our review of Hubbard Street Dance : An Evening of Alejandro Cerrudo from the spring here.

 

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