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The dancer diet. What to eat, how much and when. Learn the dancers’ tips for being healthy and strong.
Here's a paper shared by Luke Bradley. It will remain available at the section for dance papers, which you can reach through the navbar at the left.
The main gist of the article is that I position myself as an 'outsider' on the subject at hand, and as such, have yet to lose perspective on things, like what inevitably occurs when one becomes too immersed in the world of any subject, especially a rather niche one such as I have discussed in the piece. Having no background in the art and finding things out for myself may have limited the extent of my knowledge, but this is offset by creating an idiosyncratic 'taste' and a relatively layman's view on the discipline, which I hope might provide some intriguing insights. Obviously, the underlying point of the piece is to introduce people to dance pieces that they may enjoy, but for the more learned fan of dance I have also tried to include parts on music, aesthetics and even tiny lapses into general philosophy. (I am much more knowledgable about music so often rely on that as a way to approach analysis.)
I've split the text into 3 sections using the Chinese characters 過去, 現在 and 未来 as markers (handy for Cmd + F searching). The first section is a brief bio and explanation of my relationship with dance, the second section is a list of 100 or so of my favourite contemporary works, with 'annotations' and video links (although some may be dead by now, having been inserted over 2 months ago, and if you're using a PC or MS Word they may not appear at all as I used TextEdit to write it and sometimes the links don't transfer across when read), with a special highlighting of a particular butō troupe, and the final section is an essay-cum-structured ramble on how to 'improve' dance and the dance industry (if you actually read this part, it's nowhere near as pretentious and egotistical as that sounds, hence the quotation marks around 'improve', and may be of the most interest to someone such as yourself, whether that's for positive or negative reasons I couldn't hazard a guess). As a whole, it may be a tad UK-centric, especially the references to football and rugby league, but hopefully most of it makes sense to you, and if not it only adds to the idiosyncratic and eccentric persona, reinforcing the basis for the piece.
You’ll find a link to the article below the picture…
Here's something shared by Alice Aleksandridi (Free Flow Studio), from Estonia. Choreography by Anna Maria Kalvi and Alice Aleksandridi.Thanks Alice!
PROFILE: For its next production, Compagnie Thor is looking for 11 exceptional male dancers, enthusiastic, with excellent technique and experience in contemporary
Deadline for applications: 31 july
DanceHaus & Bird’s Dance Project Matteo Levaggi & Guests at DanceHaus Bird’s Dance Project is a multi-year project devoted to young dancers and contemporary
Hi, Is there any body creating teleholograhic reality dance performance? I created Body in Between a teleholographic reality dance for my Doctoral degree
From July 27-31, 2015 the first edition of Physical Days Bern will take place.
Physical Days Bern offers professional dancers from Switzerland and elsewhere the opportunity to receive advanced trainings in a variety of dance forms. Physical Days Bern invited renowned dancemakers from around the world to give workshops in contemporary dance, ballet, improvisation, yoga, Gaga, and other dance forms. The program we’ve put together is sure to be multifaceted and stimulating.
With: Jorge Jauregui Allue, Marcel Leemann, Nina Kripas, Erik Wagner, Ariadna Montfort and Amber Spear
Physical Days Bern is a join initiative of Marcel Leemann Physical Dance Theater and the Dampfzentrale Bern and will take place in the “Brückenpfeiler” – a suite of studios belonging to Marcel Leemann Physical Dance Theater, Junge Bühne Bern and Schlachthaus Theater, located directly under the Monbijou Bridge in Bern.
Hello! I have been dancing for 10 years, but have only wanted to do it seriously these past few months. I would very much like to do most of my dance
Dance Article. Article sur la passion en danse contemporaine. « L’envie de désobéir ». By María Naranjo, 2003.
Royal Ballet Flanders, under the new artistic directorship of Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui and associate artistic director Tamas Moricz, is looking for experienced male and female dancers for the 2015-2016 season.
FESTIVALILLO IS A CONTEMPORARY DANCE, MUSIC AND VIDEOART FESTIVAL THAT WILL TAKE PLACE IN FUERTEVENTURA FROM 3 TO 6 SEPTEMBER OPENED TO PROFESSIONAL
Info: ‘στην άκρη του βατήρα’, Μπαγκλαντές, Chalkokondyli 35, Athens. Final shows: 6, 10, 13, 17, 20, 24 May 2015 Concept- Choreography- Direction- Stage
DANCE SUMMER SCHOOL 2015 one month, the best teachers form all over the world ! JULY 1° - 25 LIVORNO ITALY by l'A.E.D. Ass. Europea Danza the
Carmen Amaya, Valeska Gert, Suzushi Hanayagi, Michael Jackson...I see them as energy-generating turbines and this makes me think about the importance of choreography on that energy of the dancer. The important thing is probably not...
Ten common dance injuries: spasm, muscle or ligament tear (or strain), tendonitis, sprain, dislocation, fracture, overload (chronicle fatigue) syndromes, vascular syndromes. Explanation and treatment.
InscripciónDel 16 de Abril de 2015 al 24 de Abril de 2015 En firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer Dance Course 2015 Vertigo Eco Art Village An in-depth introduction to the unique Vertigo dance language. From Earth to Movement