Episode 179: [60:23]
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In this show we review La Otra Orilla‘s El12 and Wen Wei Dance‘s Cock-Pit, have a round table discussion about upcoming Festival TransAmériques shows, Les Grands Ballets Candiens‘ Minus One, briefly report on the talk that Marie Chouinard gave on her personal library and sources of inspiration at the Grande Bibliotheque and the book sale at the Bibliothèque de la danse Vincent-Warren along with discussing some of the events taking place in Montreal as part of International Dance Day / Pas de Danse Pas de Vie.
The theme song is the Laurent Voulzy‘s version of Do You Want to Dance, the dance poem of the week is The Dance by William Carlos Williams, and the music played during the show is from Jean Luc Fillon‘s On the Reed Again.
Originally published on Movement Museum
Published: April 29th, 2010 Author: zeke Categories: Audio, Conversation, Dance, Podcast, Review Tags: Festival TransAmériques, Grande Bibliotheque, Grands Ballets Canadiens, International Dance Day, Jean Luc Fillon, La Otra Orilla, Laurent Voulzy, Marie Chouinard, Pas de Danse Pas de Vie, Vincent Warren, Wen Wei Dance, William Carlos Williams | Comments Off
Episode 56: 8:27
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Chris ‘Zeke’ Hand ranting and raving with Liz Pieries some contemporary art exhibits in Montreal. He raves about the Monique Charbonneau exhibit at the Grande Bibliotheque and rants about The Good Conspiracy on Saint Laurent as part of the Biennale de Montreal,
Originally published on Zeke’s Alternate Art #%^$#@!
Published: May 4th, 2009 Author: zeke Categories: Art, Audio, Montréal, Podcast, Rave, Visual Art Tags: Biennale de Montreal, Grande Bibliotheque, Monique Charbonneau, The Good Conspiracy | Comments Off