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BAM Announces 2012 Next Wave Festival Performances

Fest will include shows at BAM's recently completed Richard B. Fisher Building.

Brooklyn Academy of Music has announced the line-up for the 2012 Next Wave Festival, now in its 30th year. The festival runs from Sept. 5, 2012 to Jan. 19, 2013, and features dance, theater, music, music-theater, nouveau cirque, film and multimedia events.

This season, BAM will present their first shows at the new 250-seat Fishman Space at the on Ashland Place, including "Eclipse," featuring Jonah Bokaer and Anthony McCall, "Brooklyn Bred," curated by Martha Wilson and "Untrained," featuring Lucy Guerin.

Check out the full list of performers at the new space:

"ECLIPSE" – Jonah Bokaer x Anthony McCall                     

"Miriam" – Nora Chipaumire, Eric Ting                                        

"The Channel" – Derrick Adams                                     

"Next Wave of Song" – Ian and Chad, Tamar-kali: Pseudoacoustic

"Paris Commune" – The Civilians, Steven Cosson, Michael Friedman

"Brooklyn Bred" – Coco Fusco, Dread Scott, Jennifer Miller, curated by Martha Wilson

"ELSEWHERE" – Maya Beiser, Robert Woodruff

"Out Cold / Zippo Songs" – Theo Bleckmann and American Contemporary Music Ensemble (ACME), Phil Kline

"red, black & GREEN: a blues" – Marc Bamuthi Joseph / Living Word Project, Michael John Garcés

"The Shooting Gallery" – Bill Morrison, Richard Einhorn

"DanceMotion USA" – Trey McIntyre Project, with an Asian dance company to be announced

"Untrained" – Lucy Guerin

"And lose the name of action" – Miguel Gutierrez and the Powerful People

"Timber" – Mantra Percussion, Michael Gordon

"All That Fall" – Pan Pan Theatre Company

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