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60×60 Project 60×60 Dance returns to Galapagos to pair 60 composers with choreographers to create 60 dances for an electrifying one-hour multimedia performance 60×60 Dance is a multimedia extravaganza creating 60 dances with the works of 60 composers for a thrilling one-hour surfing of today’s music and dance scenes. http://www.voxnovus.com/60×60/
About the composer Jane Wang was born in the United Kingdom and is somewhat relieved (but not proud) to be a dual citizen. She started composing in her early thirties after working as a software engineer at companies that have since disappeared. She enjoys composing/improvising for multimedia performances and her recent obsession is Moving Sound which seeks to blur the line between movement and sound. Numero Uno is my reaction to being an ugly American. This piece was constructed using manipulations of found audio clips and recorded material layered with precanned loops. Any distortion experienced is intentional.
Note: Due to Swine Flu, the festival was canceled and our tour was postponed to 2010. We will be performing on May 7-8, 2009. Also we will be teaching a workshop from May 7-9 at the festival. More details will be posted in this Spring. Stay tuned.
We will be teaching Community classes at nEW Festival on Thursday, January 8. There will be other artists teaching at nEW Festival during the week of Jan. 5. For the complete schedule and more detailed info, click here. More information about nEW Festival, click here.
We received LAB 101 space grant from LaGuardia Performing Arts Center for the month of December 2008 in order to develop Tiny Voices, choreographed by Helena Franzén (from Sweden), set to original music by Jukka Rintamäki (from Finland). We had a sneak preview show on the 22nd of December with invited artists, including Alban Bailly, Andrew Drury, Daniel F. Levin, Takako. Click here to read more info
December 22 at 6:30PM
Little Theater, LaGuardia Performing Arts Center Long Island City, NY 11101
We just came back from Guadalajara after participating in the festival 5EINCE last week. We performed our program on Tuesday, Oct. 22 at Experimental Theater of Jalisco, and presented an improvisational performance, “Fuera del Sitio” with Laboratorio PuntoD (Guadalajara, Mexico) and La Deriva (Mexico City) at Museo Pantaleón Panduro in Tlaquepaque, Jalisco.
We had a residency at nEW Festvial this past June for three weeks. Eun Jung made a rough draft of BluePrint, which was shown at Meet the Artists/See the Work on Thursday, June 19, with live music by Alban Bailly. Alban Bailly is our favorite composer of all times! Now the length of the piece is about 30 minutes and the full piece will be premiered soon.
Also Guillermo got selected to be a nEW Festival resident artist for the year 2009-10.