Presented by The Tannery World Dance and Cultural Center, TIERRA PURA Corazón del Bosque / PURE EARTH Heart of the Forest performances are Saturday, October 3rd at 8pm, and Sunday, October 4th at 4pm at the Tannery World Dance and Cultural Center Studio, 1060 River Street #111. Admission is $15 for Adults, and Sliding Scale for children/students/seniors.
The show was broadcasted live September 23, 2015 on 88.1FM and KZSC.org.
Tandy Beal on Artists on Art talking about her upcoming “First Solo in Years” theatrical event, 40 Odd Moves, and her 40th Year Celebration of Tandy Beal and Company. The music is from the show and composed by Jon Scoville.
“Her stage is a wondrous wayside where mystery unfolds.”—Los Angles Times
This year, Tandy Beal and Company is celebrating over 40 years of bringing world-class performances to Santa Cruz County and proud to kick off the 2015 season with 40 Odd Moves: Solos and Other Entertainments and the first concert in the First Saturday Family Concert Series, Linda Tillery.
40 Odd Moves runs Friday and Saturday, January 30th-31st at 7:30PM, and Sunday, February 1st at 2PM at the Cabrillo Crocker Theatre.
The First Saturday Family Concert is February 7th, 11:00am at the Veterans Memorial Building in downtown Santa Cruz! Celebrate Black History Month with a concert by Linda Tillery and the Cultural Heritage Choir. All perfommances in this series are at the Vets Hall and begin at 11.
Cat has lived in Santa Cruz for over 13 years and originally from Rochester, N.Y. She began her formal dance education with Garth Fagan Dance, with whom she studied extensively for six years. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Dance from SUNY Brockport. Her passion for cross cultural understanding, dance arts research, study, and performance has led her to Central America, the Caribbean, and West Africa. She has taught dance throughout Santa Cruz, including two years with Mountain Elementary School as resident choreographer. Her work through her dance company, DIASPORA, has been shown throughout Santa Cruz and the San Francisco Bay Area.
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Dancers and Choreographers Collene Kollewe, Erin Price and Nahshon Marden of the dance company, Bare Outlines came onto KZSC’s Artists on Art to talk about their upcoming dance event, the Faraway NearBy at Motion Pacific’s program, the Incubator Project.
Along with Collene, Erin and Nahshon, the Bare Outlines Dance Company also includes Callie Daniel, Molly Katzman, Sierrah Dietz and Chelsea Zamora. Faraway NearBy also features guest choreographers Molly Katzman & Sierrah Dietz and takes place January 17th, 18th and 19th 8:00pm at Motion Pacific in Santa Cruz.
The show discusses the affectionate distances at which people desire things. It expresses the flowing and distant feelings which come from wanting something but not quite obtaining it. Exploring the pathways which our desires create and the moments that they mesmerize you.
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On November 28, 2013, dancer and Executive Director of the 418 Project, Laura Bishop spoke to Nada Miljkovic on Artists on Art in the KZSC radio studio about the upcoming, Incandescence, Black Tie Black Light 20th Year Anniversary Gala Event happening December 7, 2013.
This Gala event will have food by India Joze, music by SambaDá, and dance performances by the 418 Project Performers that includes Aerial Dance, Contact Improv, Blues Dance and a LED Hoop Performance.
The 418 Project is located at 418 Front Street in downtown Santa Cruz and is a hub for social, ethnic and concert dance. We talked about how it began 20 years ago by Rita Rivera under the name of Santa Cruz Dance Gallery as one of the first non-profit arts center in Santa Cruz. It began with supporting a dance population that featured modern dancers, as well as artists including drummers and visiting teachers from Africa and Brazil. Soon after, Papiba Ghodinho began teaching capoeira. Thirteen years ago, Sunday mornings became sacred space when Dance Church opened its doors.Today, the 418 Project programming includes a variety of classes from Contact Improv to Hoop Dance, Samba, Zumba, and West African Dance.
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Santa Cruz local choreographers and educators, Cid Pearlman and Ted Warburton came onto Artist on Art, May 20, 2013 to talk about the UCSC Theater Art Department presentation of Blueprints a full length program of both contemporary and traditional dance featuring four works, The Stranger by David Herrara, Yankadi-Makuru by Mandjou Kone, Ice Road by Cid and Three Bodies by Ted.
Presented by: UCSC Theater Arts Department, The performances will begin Friday, May 24, 2013 and run through Sunday, June 2, 2013 @ the Mainstage Theater, in the Theater Arts Center at UCSC.
UCSC faculty choreographers, guest choreographers from the Bay Area, and student dancers explore what is fundamental in movement: individuality and change, community and culture, human relationships and natural law. Directed by professor Ted Warburton.
To hear our interview, please click on the grey button below: [haiku url=”http://miljkovic.org/old_public_html/nada/tedcid.mp3″ title=”Cid Pearlman & Ted Warburton graphical=”true”]
From Estonia with Love features five dance artists from Estonia and U.S.A. intelligent and deeply embodied dancing. Cid began the project as a Fulbright Scholar living in Estonia for a year. She was able to bring the show to California through crowd sourcing funding such as Kickstarter and a grant from the San Francisco International Art Festival.
Santa Cruz is the first stop in a California tour, including events in San Francisco and Los Angeles. Santa Cruz performances are Thursday & Friday, May 17th and 18th, 8:00 PM, at Santa Cruz Dance/Motion at the Mill. Tickets are $15-$20 in advance, $18-$20 at the door. To purchase tickets go to Santa Cruz Dance.com.
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