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Marcus Shulkind

Monday, May 16, 2016

Marcus will lead an evening focused on the work of Mats Ek, his influence on European ballet and how this has affected American modern ballet as well. Marcus will touch upon the neo romanticism/neorealism movement and the continued desire to create narrative in ballet with roots in post modernism. Excerpts of Sleeping Beauty, Apartment and Romeo and Juliet will be shown. (Originally scheduled for February 8, 2016.)

 
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Hortense Gerardo

Monday, April 25, 2016

Hortense will facilitate a discussion based on the origins and genealogical influences of Ankoku buto—the Dance of Darkness. The discussion will include but not be limited to a comparison of the works of its pioneers, Tatsumi Hijikata and Kazuo Ohno, and their broad influence on choreographers ranging from Amagatsu Ushio of Sankai Juku, Maureen Fleming and Jiri Kylián of Nederlands Dans Theater.

 
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Brian Crabtree

Monday, March 14, 2016

Brian will lead an active and informed talk about what Merce Cunningham has meant to the world of dance, and as an influence on Brian’s own work and the work of many others. With his mind expanding use of stage space, the inclusion of live music, decor, and the element of chance in his decision making process, Merce was able to expand everyone’s ideas about the moving body in space.

 
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David Parker, The Bang Group

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

David will host an evening focused on musicality of different eras across different dance forms comparing percussive, classical and contemporary approaches to musicality over the last several decades.

 
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Lorraine Chapman, LCTC

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Lorraine will show work by visual and performing artists based in Europe who have been and are currently pushing limits, boundaries, envelopes and probably some buttons as well!

 
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