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Rick Owens recruited dancers from four American college step teams — the Soul Steppers, Washington Divas, Zetas and Momentums — to perform at his Spring/Summer 14 show entitled Vicious.
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New research finds socioeconomic conditions impact the type of songs that become hits, but in opposite ways for pop and country music.
The penguin dance, a perky conga-line of bounces and kicks, is sweeping Saudi Arabia, and videos posted online attest. The hopping dance is a thrill in a land where a strict interpretation of Islamic law means movie theaters and many other diversions are banned.
In this month's poll, many agree this decade has the worst music in the 45 years since Woodstock
I never enjoy looking for monologues. It’s sort of like a hunting expedition and I don’t like hunting. And don’t get me started on fishing… But – big BUT – I love when I actually find a great piece that suits both me and the thing I’m auditioning for. I feel like Livingstone seeing Victoria… Continue reading →
For Savion Glover tap is more than expression - it's an education. As he brings his new show to Sadler's Wells he talks to Hermione Hoby
An experimental physicist named Carl Haber has won wide recognition, and a MacArthur Fellowship, for a revolutionary image-scanning technology that has the power to pull sound from rare and fragile recordings without touching them, and in so doing, to help protect some of the most vulnerable corners of this country’s aural heritage. Over the last few months, a large converted mill building in Andover has become home to the fourth groove-scanning system in the country. The IRENE system in Andover lives at the Northeast Document Conservation Center, an independent conservation lab. In a small back room, a sound archivist has been working daily, scanning all varieties of records as well as older wax cylinders whose grooves are etched vertically and therefore require a special 3-D scanning technique.
Lyndsey Winship: Boxe Boxe, choreographer Mourad Merzouki's form-busting blend of sparring, hip-hop dance and classical harmonies, explores the common ground shared by two ancient arts
The eerie beauty of a subwoofer and lycopodium powder.
On Friday, at the 92nd Street Y, Edward Henkel, the associate director of the Harkness Dance Center, will oversee a panel on the role of dance in opera.
Many works being staged at opera houses are considered hybrids of operas and musicals as box office intake sags and producers strive to lure bigger audiences.
On the body of a trained dancer, its strangely captivating.
“I use moving as a method to ruminate and allow thoughts to interweave with each other as I dance. “ Tere O’Connor brings his new work BLEED to FringeArts March 27–29. As so much of his work takes form through the process in which he works—as opposed to working towards a pre-conceived idea of its... Read more »
HeadSpaceDance's Charlotte Broom on how using tricks of the theatre trade can make choreography bold, brave and heartfelt
for dancers, it really important to be honest and truthful. also to have someone who encourage them and shared their experience about dance. it makes dancer to make sure that they try their best.
Personally, I never considered myself a dance critic, and it's a title I'm still not entirely comfortable with. At my core, I'm one of you. I'm part of the community....
Working with a new generation of performers to stage The Rashomon Effect, Akram Khan found himself impressed by their openness
Over the year Akram Khan was invisiable because he never let poeple to see how talent he is just because at that time he start liking dance, people used to say that the dance is just for a girls but good things is that his mum has his back to encouraged him. so and he took part of the competition and became a famous and incredible dancer.
Established in March 2010 as the first mover in Gaga studies,Gaga Stigmata: Critical Writings and Art About Lady Gaga is a technological journal that critically-creatively participates in the cultural project of shock pop phenomenon Lady Gaga. Keeping with the spirit of our zeitgeist, Gaga Stigmata moves at the speed of pop.
The genre’s audience has grown stronger, wider and younger, and media companies have invested heavily in artists and radio stations with increasingly mainstream appeal.
The trouble brewing that nobody wants to talk about.
Match that mind-boggling volume of available music with staggering shifts in technology and listener habits, and Lack of Discovery rears its ugly head as an alarming and incredibly complex set of problems with potentially catastrophic ramifications for most musicians, and for the recorded music industry itself.
David Ward: In the National Library of Ireland, a trove of notes shed light on Brian Friel's development of his famous autobiographical play, currently in revival at Theatre by the Lake
Tony Award winner Denzel Washington returns to the Broadway stage as Walter Lee Younger in Lorraine Hansberry's racially charged classic play.
A virtual space for dance enthusiasts and researchers alike to browse, search, compare, and comment on dance videos and images - then share their discoveries with others!
Whatever the reason, more Asian dancers have found a home in Graham's company than in any other modern dance group—and most have been beyond brilliant.
Journal of Springsteen Studies
BOSS: The Biannual Online-Journal of Springsteen Studies is an open access academic journal that publishes peer-reviewed essays pertaining to Bruce Springsteen.
Li Cunxin is the artistic director of the Queensland Ballet in Australia. He trained as a ballet dancer in China before the country opened up to the outside world and defected to the United States after getting the opportunity for a summer scholarship in Texas.
Unhappy in Germany, a soprano goes on “The Bachelor” — and then weighs the career consequences.