miércoles, 27 de noviembre de 2013
La compañía de danza aérea de Brenda Angiel hace una presentacion institucional en el galpón de la Boca , para la empresa NIKE
martes, 26 de noviembre de 2013
domingo, 17 de noviembre de 2013
viernes, 15 de noviembre de 2013
Está abierta la convocatoria a coreógrafos y bailarines para la 7º Encuentro de Danza en Paisajes Urbanos de Buenos Aires Integrante de la red Internacional de Festivales Ciudades que Danzan.
Ciudanza busca producir, por medio de la danza, un cambio significativo en el modo de generar acciones creadoras de valor en el patrimonio paisajístico y arquitectónico de nuestra Ciudad. Este evento se propone acercar la danza al público y el público a la danza, e impulsar la creatividad de los coreógrafos poniendo a su disposición paisajes urbanos insólitos como escenarios.
El material deberá entregarse en: Avenida de mayo 575 – Ofic 301, Oficina de Gestión Cultural de lunes a viernes de 12 a 18 hs.
El cierre de inscripción es el viernes 20 de diciembre de 2013, inclusive, y los seleccionados serán notificados a partir del 5 de enero de 2014.
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martes, 12 de noviembre de 2013
La compañía de danza aérea de Brenda Angiel hace hoy una presentación institucional para la Compañía Pirelli .- El marco es el FAENA ARTS CENTER de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires.-
jueves, 7 de noviembre de 2013
Our Final Days in Brooklyn, by Brenda Angiel
We had a very busy schedule when we finally got into Brooklyn - rehearsals running until 11pm - but we did manage to squeeze in a bit of time to explore Brooklyn. I found the area very exciting - full of new artistic places. The area around BAM is growing and cool, I loved it.
I also enjoyed DUMBO, Brooklyn Bridge Park, and the Brooklyn Heights.
Our premiere was overwhelming! Our whole team (dancers, riggers and BAM staff) were great, and I was really happy to see the great response from the audience. Deborah Jowitt’s post-show questions were very clever and right to the point. I believe we all learned a lot. My dancers got to know Doug’s amazing dancers - both companies learned from each other. They also became friends, a really nice thing, despite not all of my dancers speaking English. I myself learned a lot, too. I haven’t shared a creative process before and I found this process enriching, to learn how another choreographer manages it. The choreographer is usually lonely in his position, and sharing the job is a welcome change.
Doug is a master choreographer in his use of energy and how energy can travel through the body. He is also very musical, and he structures his pieces according to the score. Finally, he knows how to use his group of dancers in a complex and unpredictable way. I think Doug was interested to see how his dance could fuse with another dance form (like mine, which is aerial), and I think he chose me because he was intrigued to see how we could create a new world together.
Especially interesting was how similar we are on a deep level, despite differences. We both agreed on the main issues - how are we going to approach the music, what we want to do with our companies, how are we integrating both languages. We (Doug and me) were searching to achieve the same final work.
And personally, I got to know him. Doug is a very trustful, fun and a nice person and we get along very well. For all this I can only be thankful for a great experience! I hope to be able to make it grow somehow. Meanwhile, I am back in Buenos Aires. Bye bye, but hope to see you soon!!! - Brenda