Tag Archives: Masahiko Satoh

Manon Oligny, BJM Danse, Pigeons International, Mayday Danse, Gabrielle Martin, Hi Wood,dumb type, Bouge D’ici


Episode 262: [58:19]
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In this episode Chris ‘Zeke’ Hand, Bettina Forget and Jenn Doan talk about and review Icônes, À VENDRE by Manon Oligny, BJM Danse Montréal‘s Rossini Cards, Zero in On, & Zip Zap Zoom, Grace à Dieu, Ton Corps by Pigeons International, Junkyard Paradise by Mayday Danse, Infractions by Gabrielle Martin, True by Hi Wood and dumb type, and Bouge D’ici‘s Common Space.

The theme song of the week is a Japanese version of Do You Want to Dance, the dance poem of the week is Poet to a Ballerina by Robert Lowell, This Week in Dance History highlights Glen Tetley, and the music played during the show is from the CD Signature: Live from the Egg Farm by Masahiko Satoh, Joelle Leandre and Yuji Takahashi.


Originally published on Movement Museum