[microsound-announce] Dancing with Laptops
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Tue Jan 28 09:32:17 EST 2014
Dancing with Laptops is a conversation between sonic gestures (generated on laptops) and physical movement. It is a performance where dancers don’t just dance to the music, but drive it like a passionate orchestra conductor.
Who: Concordia Laptop Orchestra (CLOrk) & Le Collab'Art de Stéph B
Location: Concordia's John Molson building, 1450 Guy Street, 7th floor, room MB 7.265 (BlackBox)
Date: January 30th, 2014 (Chinese New Year)
Admission: Free, volunteers are welcome
This collaboration between Concordia Laptop Orchestra (CLOrk) and Collab'Art de Stéph B is part of a research/creation project designed to discover ways for creating an improvisatory dialogue between art forms.
Le Collab'Art will be presenting an evening-long performance May 16th and 17th, at Théatre Aux Écuries.
Dancers: Stéphanie Bernard, Claudine Dubé, Émilie Morin
Concordia Laptop Orchestra, Marcus Aterman, Aidan Charlton, Kevin Cogen, Mariana Costa De Hutten Czapski, Daniel Dixon, Malcolm Duncan, Matthew Hills, Simon Lacelle, David Macri, Andrew McConnell, Patrick McDowall, Wesley Moran, Perrin Moss, Joseph Najm, Keith Odell, Michael Palumbo, David Russell, Evan Stepanian, Stephen Trepanier, Simon White, Vanessa Zaurrini, Peter van Haaften, Eldad Tsabary
Light designer: Josée Fontaine Rubis
Audio and logistics: Regy Guzman
Video: Alex Metcalfe and Jamie Woollard
Special thanks to Michael Montanaro & the Contemporary Dance Department for their support.
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