Rachel Barton Pine [Zeke’s Alternate Music Ramble]

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Episode 271 [11:38]
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Chris ‘Zeke’ Hand talking about Rachel Barton Pine‘s performance at the LMMC on Sunday February 27, 2011

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Deborah Dunn

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Episode 270: [58:22]
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In this episode Chris ‘Zeke’ Hand and Bettina Forget play a two part interview with Deborah Dunn and Loup James Proulx-Dunn of Trial and Eros.

The theme song of the week is Eddie Cochran‘s version of Do You Want to Dance, the dance poem of the week is The Lonely Dancer by Richard Le Gallienne, This Week in Dance History highlights Eleanor King, and the music played during the show is from the CD Motion by the Hilario Duran Trio.

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La Paryse [The Montreal Burger Report]

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Episode 269: [44:07 Total Time]

La Paryse
302 Rue Ontario Est, Montreal, H2X 1H6
(514) 842-2040
laparyse.com.

La Paryse Part One [16:05]
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La Paryse Part Two [13:29]
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La Paryse Part Three [14:33]
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Stewart Hall Art Gallery Artist Talk, John Stewart, Mark Garland and Jim Bell [Zeke’s Alternate Art Recording]

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Episode 268 [66:50]
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The Stewart Hall Art Gallery hosted an artists’ talk on January 16,2011 with Montreal artists John Stewart, Mark Garland and Jim Bell in conjunction with the exhibition Never Pure. John, Mark and Jim have been friends for years, a story that goes back to their days on Drolet Street. John, who was at that time showing at Waddington Gallery in Montreal, and Mark , then an art student, crossed paths and as they say the rest is history. When planning their exhibition at Stewart Hall, with director and curator, Joye Millar, they introduced her to Jim’s work nd the result was a sound/video/sculpture exhibition in the Project Room. John Stewart begins the account of the full story of how they met and their friendship and collaboration over the years.

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Arts Reporting in Montreal [Zeke’s Alternate Art Discussion]

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Episode 267 [10:25]
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Chris ‘Zeke’ Hand in discussion with Lisyan Pieries about the current state of arts reporting in Montreal.

[Edit 9h: Here are some of the links mentioned, and some other ones I thought of afterward]

If you have any suggestions of sites I might have missed, please post ’em i the comments, thanks.

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Paula de Vasconcelos

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Episode 266: [56:00]
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In this episode Chris ‘Zeke’ Hand and Bettina Forget talk with Paula de Vasconcelos from Pigeons International.

The theme song of the week is a Chinese version of Do You Want to Dance, the dance poem of the week is The Ballet by Thomas Hardy, This Week in Dance History highlights Jean-Pierre Perreault, and the music played during the show is from the CD Naranja Ha by The Aeroplane Trio.

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Les Sphères Polaires [Zeke’s Alternate Art Rant]

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Episode 265 [8:54]
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Chris ‘Zeke’ Hand ranting about Les Sphères Polaires by Bernard Duguay, Pierre Gagnon and Lucion Média.

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