Moments, past May 10, 2014 | Justus | More on General
Moments,past began as an exploration of fraility of our inescapable masculine form.through movement we reveal…of physical memories yet discover a lack of stability in moving through momentsRead More
Sing Sing Sing May 10, 2014 | lgfunk2 | More on General
Choreographed by Lauren Gaul and Associate Choreographer Jon Warren, featuring the Pace University Commercial Dance…This premiered in the Pace University spring concert, Dance Out Loud 2014, and was inspired by classic jazz dance. I wanted to fuse classic and concert jazz in an unexpected and contemporary way that created a concert jazz piece with a modern day theatrical flair. The featured dancer in the piece is moved by the unique latin rhythms of the music. Her movement and connection to the rhythm is the motivation for all dancers in the piece to interact, dance, and meet in this one moment in time. She is the focus of their desire to move and becomes the inspiration.Read More
The Box May 8, 2014 | skarlin | More on Performance
This piece explores the perpetuating effects of war and both the physical and emotional manifestation…it in our society as a whole. Regardless of our best efforts, once the box of war is opened, we are clearly affected by its turmoil. Choreography by Leyla Boissonnade. Bay Area Dance School in Los Altos, CA.Read More
You Are Working - Ellenore Scott/ELSCO Dance May 7, 2014 | ELSCODance | More on General
A humorous look at the day in the life of 9-to-5 office workers set to…music. The dancers of ELSCO Dance perform syncopated isolations, expressions of distress and stylized choreography in this 4 minute dance piece. Choreographer: Ellenore Scott Dancers (courtesy of ELSCO Dance): Kayla Aimable, Jeffrey Gugliotti, Timmy Wasserman, Lara Pitkowsky and Tori Pierce. Music: Concerto for 2 Violins in D Minor by BachRead More
Cold Winds Are Rising May 7, 2014 | addison1113 | More on Ballet
Serene, stark and unforgiving are the cold winds that bring on the winter season. The…descriptors could be used for dancing en pointe. However, there is beauty and grace in this landscape created. It's this juxtaposition of cool purity and striking dominance that is conveyed in "Cold Winds Are Rising". As the piece builds in the second movement, we find we are far from the barren stillness that first set the stage.Read More
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