ODC/DANCE FEATURING THE BOSTON CECILIA at First Church in Cambridge Congregational

Two dancers stand with their knees bent with both arms outstretched into the air. They wear neutral beige and brown clothing.
One dancer kneels with their left knee on the ground and their right knee bent. Their left hand is in the air. Dancer wears khaki pants and a white top with an open white button up.
One dancer stands wearing green pants. They are bent over at the waist with their right leg stretched straight in front of them and their left leg bent at the knee.

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ODC/Dance featuring The Boston Cecilia
Thursday, October 07 2021 8:00PM EDT
Friday, October 08 2021 8:00PM EDT
Saturday, October 09 2021 8:00PM EDT
11 Garden St. Cambridge, MA 02138
General admission

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San Francisco's groundbreaking ODC/Dance performs the Boston premiere of Path of Miracles, a performance experience inspired by the Camino de Santiago, an ancient pilgrimage route across northern Spain. Created by ODC/Dance's KT Nelson, Path of Miracles brings artists and communities together in a shared journey told through music and dance. This immersive performance explores the journey of the Camino, from spontaneous communal gatherings to individual reflection.  

ODC will be joined by a 35-person chorus, featuring members of The Boston Cecilia and guests, under the direction of Michael Barrett.

Read the concert program notes.

Keeping everyone safe is our top priority. Masks will be required for all performers, audience members, and staff. Please see our Exchange/Refund Policy & COVID-19 Safety Protocols

Livestream Artist Talk

A Conversation with ODC/Dance Choreographer KT Nelson
I walked the 500+ miles…and after the journey I said to myself, I can make a dance.” - KT Nelson, ODC/Dance
Enjoy the recording of our conversation with ODC/Dance choreographer KT Nelson about her Camino de Santiago journey and the creation of Path of Miracles. Watch now on YouTube.

NEFA logo The presentation of  Path of Miracles  was made possible by the New England Foundation for the Arts’ National Dance Project, with lead funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. 

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Path of Miracles (2018)