Music and dance on Connective Corridor bus
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SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- A different scene Friday evening inside the Connective Corridor bus as a Syracuse University student band, Fréres Jumeaux, accompanied a group of ballerinas on the ride from downtown to the hill as a part of an art installation.
The artist, Kay Lavonier, collaborated with SU and the Tech Garden to bring to life an internet phenomenon involving photos of dancers posing against city scenes. The event is the grand finale of the Connective Corridor’s “In-Motion” series, which aims to bring more art to the public.
"It kind of throws art out into the community and makes that in a more public sphere and it’s very cool that it’s happening on our commencement weekend. We can really show what the Connective Corridor has been doing throughout the City of Syracuse and all the, you know, ways we are trying to incorporate art into people’s daily lives," said Francesca Merwin, Syracuse Connective Corridor Engagement Fellow.
The series also featured bus performances by other musicians, high school performance troops and an ESF rock band.