Ballet Class for the Professional Dance Community
The Dance Post hosts a 4 week series of ballet classes, taught by Carol-Ann Bohrn, every Tuesday and Thursday morning starting November 4th, 2014.
Where: Masterworks Dance Studio, 333 King st. (corner of Main and Higgins) Entrance on West side. Studio 1.
Time: 9:30am-11:00am, doors open at 9:00am for warm up
Parking available in designated Masterworks or YFC parking. Please do not park in Garage Masters parking lot.
For more information, visit www.thedancepost.org
8 DAYS is an intensive encounter open to Canadian contemporary choreographers. The gathering values curiosity, questioning, and reflection on how we work in order to deepen choreographic practices. It is an opportunity to share artistic practices and concerns and to challenge, invigorate, and inspire each other.
SIX Canadian choreographers working in Canada or abroad will be invited to join 20 past participants of the three previous 8 DAYS encounters.
Have a productive chat about dance & performance in Winnipeg with YLDE board members as well as with other people in the community.
ALL classes are FREE next week at SCD.
OCTOBER 18th to 24th.
Here is a link to the Adult Schedule … http://schoolofcontemporarydancers.ca/adult-general-program/classes-schedule/
More info on website for other programs.
Teachers include YLDE-ers like Lise McMillan, Claire Marshal, as well a host of other teachers.
PATANA: FINAL CALL
An Exchange of choreographic voices
The Gas Station Arts Centre will be the venue for an evening of percussion, chants and highly energetic African inspired movement as well as rhythm driven choreographies by two well-known choreographers.
Kevin A. Ormsby, Artistic Director of KasheDance Toronto presents “Na’Wake Variations”. Evoking the traditions present in world cultures, “Na’Wake Variations” illicit the internal self to dance. Also under the unity of the PATANA banner, Michèle Moss, a Calgary based Choreographer, dancer and co-founder of “Decidedly Jazz Danceworks”, presents her new work “much like dreaming, this”.
The two dance works will feature the energetic and talented NAfro Dancers and Musicians.
Hang onto your seats; this is going to be an incredible event!
Friday Nov 7th 8:00pm
Saturday Nov 8th 8:00pm
Sunday Nov 9th 2:00pm
Tickets: $25 adults, $20 senior & Students, $12 Children under 12
Tickets available online here: http://www.nafrodance.com/ , in person @ Gas Station Arts Centre or CASH at the door.
New Winnipeg-based contemporary dance events/commentary site — check it out.
The Dance Post
FOREVER IN BLUE JEANS
October 9-11, 8pm & October 12, 3pm
The Rachel Browne Theatre
The Prairie Dance Circuit premieres Manitoba creator Ming Hon’s Forever in Blue Jeans featuring WCD dancers Natasha Torres-Garner, Ali Robson and Kayla Henry. The second half of the evening consists of Hon’s performance (with a small role for WCD’s Brent Lott) of her powerful and provocative The Exhibitionist. As part of WCD’s 50th , these works will tour to Regina, Calgary and Edmonton during the end of October and into November.
Young Lungs Dance Exchange’s 10th Anniversary Fundraising Party!
Square Dance with caller Jeremy Hull
Tarot Reading with Debbie Patterson
… and performances, installation, live music, new works and a dance party!
NOVEMBER 1st — 8pm to 1am
The Purple Room, 318 Ross Avenue
$15 cash @ door
OR donate/get tickets in advance!
Brenna Marie Cross Klaverkamp
Doug Melnyk + Maggie Nagle
Janis & Jujube
D-Anne Kuby + Russell Abramson
The Bond Institute
Leigh Anne Parry
The Talentless Lumps
Celebrating 10 years of Young Lungs Dance Exchange!
SEND + RECEIVE v16
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4
Media Hub, 72 Princess St. 3rd fl.
7:30 door / 8 pm start / $15 entry
Cellist Okkyung Lee (KR) may be one of the hardest working artist in improv, working with luminaries such as John Zorn, Evan Parker, and Thurston Moore to name a few. To conclude v16 Okkyung performs in her exceptional duo project with New York-based choreographer / dancer Michelle Boulé. Together they create a spontaneously defined performance space using music, dance, and light. These elements are set into motion by the vehicle of improvisation where perception of form shifts, and a new dimension of performance opens.
Sawdon Dance presents:
Starring Rebecca Sawdon in a collection of new solo work.
Surfacing trailer: https://vimeo.com/109199470
The Dance Post interview: https://vimeo.com/108380591
The Uniter article: http://uniter.ca/view/dance-dance-evolution
Featuring choreography by:
October 23rd, 24th, 25th & 26th
Thurs/Fri/Sat @ 8pm
The Rachael Browne Theatre
211 Bannatyne Ave, Winnipeg, MB
$15 – Student / Artist
$20 – Regular
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Into The Music
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