Category Archives: performance arts

Mini-Choreos Integreated into Paula Rosolen’s 100:100 Tribute to Merce Cunningham at Frankfurt 28 APR

Mini-Choreos, performed and remixed by Falk Grever, integrated into Paula Rosolen’s 100:100 Tribute to Merce Cunningham. 100:100 Tribute to Merce Cunningham from Paula Rosolen Metzlerpark Frankfurt 28 April 2019 . 16h00 For more information about Paula Rosolen and her company

Mini-Choreos Integreated into Paula Rosolen’s 100:100 Tribute to Merce Cunningham at Frankfurt 28 APR

Mini-Choreos, performed and remixed by Falk Grever, integrated into Paula Rosolen’s 100:100 Tribute to Merce Cunningham. 100:100 Tribute to Merce Cunningham from Paula Rosolen Metzlerpark Frankfurt 28 April 2019 . 16h00 For more information about Paula Rosolen and her company

4.5 : writing on dance : albert quesada + zoltán vakulya

Albert Quesada & Zoltán Vakulya: OneTwoThreeOneTwo. 04.04.2019, Lillian Baylis Studio, Sadlers Wells, London. the chords strike as i have never heard them before, the prickly guitar and aching voice of flamenco shaken up and spilled out into two bodies whirling

4.5 : writing on dance : albert quesada + zoltán vakulya

Albert Quesada & Zoltán Vakulya: OneTwoThreeOneTwo. 04.04.2019, Lillian Baylis Studio, Sadlers Wells, London. the chords strike as i have never heard them before, the prickly guitar and aching voice of flamenco shaken up and spilled out into two bodies whirling

4.5 : writing on dance : katye coe

Katye Coe with Patricia Okenwa, Matthias Sperling, Hilary Kneale, and Siobhan Davies: Subject to Change; A Less Resilient Way. 16.03.2019, Siobhan Davies Studios, London. Full confession: I arrive slightly late, panting as I make my way up from the thousand

4.5 : writing on dance : katye coe

Katye Coe with Patricia Okenwa, Matthias Sperling, Hilary Kneale, and Siobhan Davies: Subject to Change; A Less Resilient Way. 16.03.2019, Siobhan Davies Studios, London. Full confession: I arrive slightly late, panting as I make my way up from the thousand

4.5 : writing on dance : jefta van dinther

Jefta van Dinther: The Quiet. 08.03.2019, HAU2, Berlin. There’s a lot of talk about honouring the women in our lives, but Jefta van Dinther walks the talk: the starting point of The Quiet was his reflection on the individuals who have been

4.5 : writing on dance : jefta van dinther

Jefta van Dinther: The Quiet. 08.03.2019, HAU2, Berlin. There’s a lot of talk about honouring the women in our lives, but Jefta van Dinther walks the talk: the starting point of The Quiet was his reflection on the individuals who have been

Tanzschreiber Bookmarks are Out!

Tanzschreiber bookmarks are out! Find them around town, courtesy of Tanzbbüro Berlin. To read Tanzschreiber, click here.

Tanzschreiber Bookmarks are Out!

Tanzschreiber bookmarks are out! Find them around town, courtesy of Tanzbbüro Berlin. To read Tanzschreiber, click here.

CFCF features work by Andrew, von Bingen, Knowles, Lim, Oates, and Ono + Post-Show Talk SAT 2 MAR 1 PM

Photos: Sasha Amaya A programme of music for the Cambridge Female Composers Festival St. Clement’s Church Bridge Street Cambridge 2 March 2019 . 13h00 “We are delighted to invite you to small event that we are curating at St. Clement’s Church at 1

CFCF features work by Andrew, von Bingen, Knowles, Lim, Oates, and Ono + Post-Show Talk SAT 2 MAR 1 PM

Photos: Sasha Amaya A programme of music for the Cambridge Female Composers Festival St. Clement’s Church Bridge Street Cambridge 2 March 2019 . 13h00 “We are delighted to invite you to small event that we are curating at St. Clement’s Church at 1

Rehearsing for the Cambridge Female Composers Festival

Rehearsing Kerry Andrew’s COMAblues. Music from Kerry Andrew, Alison Knowles, Sylvia Lim, Janet Oates, Yoko Ono, and HIldegard von Bingen for the Cambridge Female Composers Festival. A programme curated and directed by Sasha Amaya and Naomi Woo. Performance 2 March

Rehearsing for the Cambridge Female Composers Festival

Rehearsing Kerry Andrew’s COMAblues. Music from Kerry Andrew, Alison Knowles, Sylvia Lim, Janet Oates, Yoko Ono, and HIldegard von Bingen for the Cambridge Female Composers Festival. A programme curated and directed by Sasha Amaya and Naomi Woo. Performance 2 March