Category: Dance

Parsons Dance a the Joyce

Another who never disappoints. Round My World: And yes, they actually kept to the theme of round in ways I didn’t think humanly possible Hand Dance: Was just that.. ten minuted of hands dancing.. Wow! you gotta love it!! Eight Women: Wasn’t really eight women but eight dancers […]

The Australian Ballet at The Joyce

Absolutely wonderful. Chairman Dances.. Al in red. It was a bit unusual to see the girls in pants and collared shirts with little bow ties but it was wonderful with an asian style music playing. Choreography by Tim Harbour. I have to see what else he is doing […]

Ballet Again

It’s a few lovely trips to the NYCB for me. Tonight there are three Slaughter on Tenth Avenue, Barber Violin Concerto and Diamonds A Peter Martins sandwiched between two Balanchines I know diamonds and love it. The other two are new to me This was so fun. And […]

BALANCHINE at NYCB

Scotch symphony- this was the big number of the. All dressed up in kilts with some lovely moments, but not worth seeing again The Duo Concerto I have seen before. On stage two dancers with a piano and violin. We saw something about this with the hands reaching […]

Gallim dance at the Joyce

Awful, terrible, non sensical, pointless, unpleasant. I can’t exactly come up with a word to describe this hour. Un-understandable? Often I don’t understand the dance our the point. This evening I could tell we were at creation. What with the single celled organisms writhing across the floor – […]

Alvin Ailey night 2

First, Juba choreographer Robert Battke who we heard at works /process earlier this year was four blue dancers. What was it about. High squeaking violins as the bounced and jerked across the stage. It seemed jumbled and incoherent. Mr Battle redeemed himself with the short energetic Ella. As […]