The Friday Round Up

Welcome back to another wonderful week of your DanceHouse Blog – tell your friends about us!

Tomorrow night, The 49th Parallel Dance Company presents Tangents. This seasonal showcase is designed to give choreographers the space and support to create new innovative work and have it seen by diverse audiences. Featuring choreography by: Carolyn Schmidt, Cayley Hanrahan, Danielle Gardner, Fonda Bloy, Jacq Smith, Jen Cole, Jenn Edwards, Ashley Whitehead, Davi Rodriguez, Momentum Dance Collective.  At the Beaumont Studios 316 W. 5th Ave (at Alberta St). Advance tickets are sold out, but be there by 7pm for last minute tickets.

Sunday April 15 New works, as part of it’s Dance Allsorts series, presents Brief Encounters, a multidisciplinary performance experiment designed to fuse disciplines and push artistic boundaries. Brief Encounters was created by The Tomorrow Collective who, in collaboration with New Works, will curate 3 performances and 3 films – with focus on movement, of course – from the Brief Encounters archives for a very special all-ages, matinée installment! Performers include Josh Martin (The 605 Collective), Prevail (Swollen Members), Alison Denham, Clancy Dennehy, Shyama-Priya, and Mitch Anderson.Roundhouse Community Centre, 2pm.  Sliding scale $20 – $5, kids 12 and under FREE! (Photo credit Luke Molony)

April 20 – 22  The Royal Winnipeg Ballet displays its classical roots with the Vancouver premiere of Svengali, choreographed by Mark Godden — the creative genius behind RWB’s acclaimed Dracula. Set in a decadent world reminiscent of mid-century Weimar, the ballet presents an explosive new look at the original master of mind control. A gripping storyline fuels this complex psychological drama, unfolding with powerful athleticism and world-class artistry. Svengali is performed to a mesmerizing score featuring Rachmaninov, Liszt, Richard Strauss, Philip Glass, and the Amsterdam Klezmer Band. At The Centre for the Performing Arts, 8pm.  Tix

~ by DanceHouse on April 13, 2012.

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