In a perfect world we would give all our music away for free and survive on touring revenue, merchandising and licensing income. Alas this is not always possible. In order to eat we have to sell a few CD’s. The good news is that much of our catalog has been released under this creative commons license http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0 We have made many Antiqcool songs free to download for a reason, we want you to… Continue
Added by Pete Smith on November 27, 2009 at 11:06pm —
Eukinetik Tech es un proyecto de Caída Libre / Brisa MP, que tiene como sentido estudiar el cuerpo en movimiento a partir de la informática. Más allá de la situación misma de interactividad que permita controlar video y sonido en tiempo real, entendiendo que un movimiento podría tener un sonido o una imagen, no como representación sino más bien como interpretación; los que preocupa en esta primera etapa, es estudiar el… Continue
Added by BRISA MP on November 25, 2009 at 11:10pm —
Living as an independent dancer has its challenges. While you have to provide your own Dental Plan, you do have the freedom to work when and where you like. Wildblue has offered me a job doing work. I may take them up on it.
Have any of you had experience with this outfit? Have you been impressed by their… Continue
Added by Cindy Fallsen on November 24, 2009 at 9:14am —
I had the first of 4 session on academic skills with the first yr performing art students today that focused on their physical preparation with regards to a warm up. I have always started with the practice of release. What I did was introduce them to some practical techniques regarding the phenomenal encounter of release, which I have broken down into 3 bits
1 The release that is a result of letting go, concerning one's breath after breathing in; and how it affects the quality of… Continue
Added by Olu on November 23, 2009 at 7:00pm —
I have been working on how to utilise Simon Blackmore's experimental coded system that can trigger individual rhythms by tapping out a simple binary code with two sticks. Each code is tapped out in time with a guided click track, which then triggers a recorded cyclical pattern of rhythm in real time. There are similarities between 'binary code' and the 'Ifa code' in terms of their numerical structure. The Ifa is the traditional Yoruba's Divination code. The question that I… Continue
Added by Olu on November 22, 2009 at 2:30am —
As a dancer, I see music and all of the shapes, lines, spaces and synergies within the moving music molecules. Jerry Leake’s “Cubist” CD sparks combustible creative energy, the context of which changes every time I encounter it … like “Aldebaran,” which starts with a ‘big bang’ on the tam tam, simple glass chimes, flows into jingles of hanging and Tibetan bell choruses, balafon, vibraphone and glockenspiel interludes, and timbres of low log drum and tabla (body shakin’) grooves. My “invisible… Continue
Added by Lisa Leake on November 18, 2009 at 11:14pm —
The MDF Inaugural Concert, produced by BoSoma Dance Company, and organized by the five member committee of the Massachusetts Dance Festival, was a huge success, with emcee's Susan Wornick and Joyce Kulhawik jump-starting the Friday and Saturday night, nine-company events.
Added by Lisa Leake on November 9, 2009 at 4:57pm —
this is Marlon writing from Brazil!
Tune in dance-techTV to watch performance excerpts, interviews and live broadcasts from Festival Panorama 2009, Rio de Janeiro.
Watch video podcast about the opening night with excerpts of Lamentation (Martha Graham, 1930), La Mère e Étude Révolutionnaire (Isadora Duncan, 1921), Duo dEden (Maguy Marin, 1986), Steptext (William Forsythe, 1985). Also see, Nayse Lopez and Eduardo Bonito, festival curators talk about the festival… Continue
Tiradentes square, subway stations and, of course, the main theaters in Rio de Janeiro, São Gonçalo and Baixada Fluminense. These are the "stages" of the 18th edition of Festival Panorama de Dança. This year, the program goes from 5th to 15th November, bringing to the public dance shows of more than 30 artists, from Brazil and abroad, and also a video installation by William Forsythe, a seminar on the economy of dance, a university showcases, a… Continue
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