Elizabeth Whelan

Asya Zlatina’s STORM: An Astrological Journey

September 20, 2017 Elizabeth Whelan 0

by Elizabeth Whelan for The Dance Journal Seeping with celestial mystery, yet rooted in profound exploration of humanity’s emotional sphere, Asya Zlatina and Dancers embodied the orchestral masterpiece of Gustav Holst’s The Planets; creating her […]

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John Szwed: Notes on John Coltrane’s A Love Supreme

September 19, 2017 hugh 0

This is a guest post written by anthropologist, writer, and jazz scholar John Szwed. He has taught Anthropology, African American Studies, and Film Studies at Yale University as well as Music and Jazz Studies at Columbia University where he served as Director of the Center for Jazz Studies. He has published many books on jazz and American music, including…

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Debra Danese

A Lesson in Hip Hop by Chosen Dance

September 17, 2017 Debra Danese 0

By Debra Danese for the Dance Journal The story of Hip Hop dance in America was told through the perspective of Chosen Dance on Saturday, September 16, 2017. Artistic Director and company member, Clyde Evans […]

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Making Art in 2017: Talia Mason on Onion Dances

September 14, 2017 hugh 0

Name: Talia Mason Show in 2017 Festival: Onion Dances FringeArts: Tell us a bit about your show. Talia Mason: Onion Dances is an autobiographical solo examining the role that memories play in shaping one’s past, present, and future. It is is equally interested in how we remember and how we forget our inherited stories. There is dancing, storytelling,…

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Bill Hebert's Behind The Lens

DUENDE – Break My Echo at FringeArts 2017

September 13, 2017 Bill Hebert 0

by Bill Hebert for The Dance Journal Now beginning its fourth season, duende is a new music and contemporary dance collective which focuses on the interaction between performers and dancers in the live realization of […]

Ashabi Rich

Review: DUENDE- Break My Echo

September 13, 2017 Ashabi Rich 0

by Ashabi Rich for The Dance Journal | photo credit: Bill Hebert On Friday, September 8th, Jeanne Ruddy, co-owner of the evening’s hosting venue, The Performance Garage, and herself an esteemed dance artist and choreographer […]

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