A whirlwind year of dance

By MARCIA B. SIEGEL  |  December 20, 2011

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SAVION GLOVER, possibly the world's most accomplished rhythm dancer right now, came to the Opera House in a Celebrity Series event with his new show, SoLo in Time. His performances are more like classical recitals than rock concerts. He doesn't behave like a big personality — no displays of temperament or fancy histrionics. He dances with and to his musicians more often than he projects to the audience. Yet you feel some kind of intimate contact with him. After he acknowledged everyone in the show including the stage manager, the lighting guy, and the people who handled the sound, as well as noted dancer mentors in the house — present and departed — he seemed to know all the rest of us too.

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