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  • Khala Grupo de Dança – Maria

    Khala Grupo de Dança – Maria

    This pas de deux is called “Maria” choreographed by Marcelo Cavalcanti and danced by Marcelo Cavalcanti and Patrícia Fabrin from the Khala Grupo de Danca in Brazil. The duet begins and ends in a pose just like the Michael Angelo Sculpture of Christ held in his Mother’s arms. The music sounds like Stabat Mater but I don’t know which one. The sculptural elements in the choreography are gorgeous made all the more so by the lighting which is simple creating [...]

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  • Mark Morris Dance Group

    Mark Morris Dance Group

    Here is a montage of the Mark Morris Dance Group dancing clips from works created by chorographer and founder of the company, Mark Morris. Mark Morris has always been fascinating to me because he is a dancer and choreographer who has never been afraid to break or ignore conventions in dance, and push boundaries to create his own style of expression. Even his dance background was unconventional. He not only choreographs but also directs operas. So in a sense he [...]

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  • Black Grace Dance Company.mp4

    Black Grace Dance Company.mp4

    From New Zealand, Black Grace Dance Company is shown in clips from their repertoire creted by their artistic director and choreographer Neil Leremia Virtually an unknown company in mainstream dance scene in the northern hemisphere they were an unexpected gem to discover to see perform live. What a delightful surprise and thrill to have witnessed their great energy, dynamism and beauty. I was so impressed by this company, a must to show! The name of this company is derived from [...]

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  • Alvin Ailey Revelations – Sinnerman

    Alvin Ailey Revelations – Sinnerman

    Sinnerman is an excerpt from Alvin Ailey’s timeless masterpiece, Revelations. The whole ballet is phenomenal but I was just blown away by Sinnerman when I had the opportunity to see Alvin Ailey Dance Theatre live two nights in a row! The ground these dancers cover on a large stage is awesome. The attack, the superb skill and boundless energy of such amazing dancers makes this dance just spectacular live! Please enjoy and share with your friends!

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  • Transaquania – Into Thin Air

    Transaquania – Into Thin Air

    Transaquania – Into Thin Air, is a contemporary piece danced by the Icelandic Dance Company and choreographed by Erma Omarsdottir, Damien Jolet and Gabriela Fridtiksdottir. This is a very captivating piece, created with fascinating and strange organic “mutated” forms. Visually, wonderful with some beautiful patterns combined with unsettling and powerful images underscored by strange sounds in the musical score and lighting effects. Although I love the imagery, I find it intense and disturbing, especially with the use of gas masks [...]

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  • Stravinsky Rite of Spring “Opening”

    Stravinsky Rite of Spring “Opening”

    Here is the opening section of the Rite of Spring choreographed by Pina Bausch, music by Stravinsky. One of many versions, but one I particularly love. Danced in earth, feet bare, women in simple skin toned dresses; evoke a powerful interplay of primal forces. Feminine vulnerability and fear of death against a backdrop of brutal power through masculine physical strength. You can “smell” the fear as it spreads virally through the group. The terror is palpable and so is the [...]

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  • minus 16

    minus 16

    Exciting with great punch! This piece is a part from a work called “Minus 16” choreographed by Ohad Naharin for the Batsheva Dance Company. It has had tremendous success and is now being performed by companies around the world. In this video it is performed by dancers from the 1T Danza project of the Theatre Institute of Barcelona. I had the great fortune seeing the Batsheva Dance Company perform the whole work live, and I was blown away, absolutely riveted [...]

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  • Moon – Solo Dance by Yang LiPing

    Moon – Solo Dance by Yang LiPing

    Here is a beautiful solo by Chinese dancer Yang LiPing, contemporary to me in its rich abstract and minimal vocabulary of a quality rarely seen. I find her movement so elegant, sensual and exquisitely expressive. I am enchanted by her and her story. The contrasts in the image and movements are strong and sharp emphisized by her magical and some what whimsical silhouette. I love her big boots in contrast to her light and willowy figure, which ground her to the [...]

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  • FLESH by Iván Pérez

    FLESH by Iván Pérez

    Enjoy the clips from Ivan Perez’s Contemporary Ballet, FLESH. The movements have a simplicity and cleanliness that come so easily with good contact dance. The ease of creative weight bearing and shifting of the dancers bodies produces a gorgeous flow, seamless as water as they melt and mold together. Also, check out the reflections of the ensemble clips, where the dancers are reflected in what appears to be “black ice”…. Stunning!!! Watch these beautiful dancers and share it with your [...]

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  • L’alphabet des corps

    L’alphabet des corps

    L’alphabet des corps is a video made up of still photographs showing how two dancers are able to create alphabet letters with their bodies. Far from being hokey, the pics are amazing, showing gravity defying strength and form of the dancers bodies. Wonderful how the bodies entwine, support and extend each other…. Beautiful sculptured recreations! Enjoy and show your friends!

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