Trois Grandes Fugues - Marin - Credit Bernard Stofleth

Trois Grandes Fugues: The Premise The premise of Trois Grandes Fugues will pique the interest of “Project Runway” fans. Although created at different times, three master choreographers (Lucinda Childs, Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker and Maguy Marin) all set unique dance pieces to Beethoven’s Die Grosse Fuge, Op. 133. With only theRead More →

6-Satchie-Noro-performs-Origami-which-opens-Londons-Dance-Umbrella-Festival-2017-at-Circus-West-Village-Battersea-Power-Station-Credit-Johnny-Stephens

Origami launched the 2017 Dance Umbrella festival at Battersea Power Station. Created by Paris-based Satchie Noro and Silvain Ohl, the 40-minute site-specific piece offers Londoners the chance to view modern dance for free in public spaces. Noro emerges from a carmine coloured shipping container, which de-constructs and reconfigures in newRead More →

BalletBoyz-Fourteen-Days.-Photo-Credit-Panayiotis-Sinnos-1

BalletBoyz’ FOURTEEN DAYS presents four new pieces that were created and set on company members within two weeks. Inspired by the concept of “balance,” choreographers commissioned by BalletBoyz’ artistic directors were matched with a composer to making a dance piece with accompanying sound score. Although the time constraint challenged theRead More →

Masurca Fogo

‘Masurca Fogo’ – Pina Bausch & Dancers (1998) The late Pina Bausch’s dancers brought a refreshing splash of Lisbon to London’s Sadlers Wells Theatre during a particularly long and dreary February. A dreamscape of intertwining vignettes personifies the gaiety of Lisbon’s summertime in Bausch’s mostly playful “Masurca Fogo.” Throughout, dancers alternateRead More →

The Fort Myers Beach Sand Sculpting Championship held in Fort Myers Beach, Florida is essentially an oceanside art exhibit with live demonstrations. The 28th Annual American Sand Sculpting competition included artists from North America and a few international attendees, who collectively created statues from more than 2 million pounds ofRead More →