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SYMPHONIE 5.1 - A CELEBRATED MONTREAL HITmore information
THE OUTLINER - A DANCE WONDERmore information
I've had some really fine dance experiences in the last couple of weeks. First at Mile Zero Dance, I was really quite moved by the Butoh performance of Diego Pinon of Mexico. It was subtle and mature. No showing off. Just a very honest expression of a man's spiritual journey.
Then I was off to Banff for the Banff Festival's Transformation: Indigenous Dance. Some wildly beautiful dancing! Dancers from Canada, Australia and New Zealand gathered to explore new dance in an international Indigenous context. There were so many riveting performances. Saskatchewan, Metis dancer, Graham Kotowich is one to watch. His humble presence is beautiful and Maori dancer, Nancy Jo Wijohn's performance was 100% mesmerizing!
I am so excited to begin this season of dance. I hope by now you've all received the gorgeous season brochure and have gotten your tickets for The Moon at Midnight. This world premiere is not to be missed. It's the adventure of the new!
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