All Blog Posts Tagged 'Dancing' (3)

Dancing in the Light

Latest "Dancing in the Light" multi-media performance was held at Berklee College of Music on July 27th, 2009. Randy Felts, Ricardo Monzon and Lisa Leake swirled, swooned and side-winded inter-kinetic energy on stage, as Randy twisted things up a bit through the fusion of his "synthophone" with melodies, harmonies, multi-percussion, off-beats and sound bites, plus Lisa Leake's gyrations (from numerous dance genre). Visual art by local artists was mashed into the large screen overhang, so that… Continue

Added by Lisa Leake on August 10, 2009 at 8:00pm — 1 Comment

SDHS 2009 Conference at Stanford University, California, USA 19 - 22 June

The 2009 conference of SDHS (Society of Dance History Scholars) Topographies, Site, Bodies, Technologies was held at Stanford University, California, USA this year.



I presented two papers: The first was an individual paper presentation delivered from my Second Life Wellington Railway Station - In the Company of Strangers - Negotiating the parameters of Indeterminacy; a study of the Roaming Body and Departure in Urban Spaces.



The second paper was entitled: The Human… Continue

Added by Mike Baker on June 22, 2009 at 3:00am — No Comments

Basics of Cuban Motion in Latin Dancing

The Cuban Motion present in the Latin American dances is characterized by a movement of the hips caused by the natural shifting of weight from leg to leg and the bending and straightening of the knees. When done properly, the swaying of the hips becomes an instinctive part of the style of the dance. Smaller steps, rather than larger, are the key to a lovely Cuban Motion. Larger steps actually causes your weight to fall onto the stepping foot rather than a shift to the stepping foot, which is… Continue

Added by Nancy Henrichsen on May 11, 2009 at 12:28pm — No Comments

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