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Aeriosa Dance Society, Co.ERASGA, Karen Jamieson, Margaret Grenier, Lesley Telford, Meredith Kalaman, Wen Wei Dance, Ziyian Kwan

DANCE IN VANCOUVER

Performance | Spectacle

BC
November 22-26 novembre 2017
Contemporary

Molly McDermott in the work Kai Kairos, by Barbara Bourget and Jay Hirabayashi / Photo by Peter Eastwood
 

Diverse Expertise

Vancouver International Dance Festival By Andrea Rabinovitch Vancouver International Dance Festival 2017

Vancouver International Dance Festival (VIDF) aims to grow appreciation for culturally diverse dance. In this review - works by Margaret Grenier, Karen Jamieson and Molly McDermott, as well as international company Dairakudakan.

 
Margaret Grenier, Karen Jamieson, Brian Solomon

Niimi'iwe Indigenous Dance Double Bill

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
March 30-1 avril 2017
7:00 & 9:00 | 19:00 & 21:00
Indigenous, Contemporary

solo|soul research with Margaret Grenier & Karen Jamieson

In this video Margaret Grenier of the Dancers of Damelahamid (see Naomi Brand’s profile of Margaret in the March/April 2014 edition of The Dance Current) and Karen Jamieson present a collaborative research as part of Jamieson’s ongoing solo|soul project, which will premiere in July 2014.

 

Karen Jamieson receives 2013 Mayor’s Arts Award

On November 19th the City of Vancouver announced Karen Jamieson as one of the recipients of the prestigious 2013 Mayor’s Arts Awards.

 

Smart and Edgy, Brash and Hopeful 

By Kaija Pepper Dancing on the Edge  Dancing on the Edge 

Every Dancing on the Edge Festival needs at least one really edgy show to justify the festival’s name, and this twenty-third edition had two.

 

Ahmed Hassan (1955-2011)

Composer and musician Ahmed Hassan died on January 12th of urospesis after a lengthy struggle with multiple sclerosis. Born in Cai...

 

Self-expression and entertainment: a fine balance 

By Alana Gerecke, Kaija Pepper Dancing on the Edge 2007  Dancing on the Edge

Another conversation-style festival review with some keen insider perspective. 

 

Different Lenses, Different Views 

By Imogen Whyte , Mary Theresa Kelly Dancing on the Edge Festival 2006  Dancing on the Edge Festival

This year audiences strayed far and wide at Vancouver’s Dancing on the Edge Festival, where the action drifted beyond the festival’s usual haven, that beloved brick building known as the Firehall Arts Centre in Vancouver’s downtown eastside.  

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