Posts Tagged 'Brazilian dance in London'
flamingofeather are presenting an evening of theatre, dance and music at Chisenhale Dance Space, as part of their Agony Aunt series, on Sunday 25th September. The evening will feature Drina (inspired by a João Guimarães Rosa short story), original Brazilian
Brazilian dance company Grupo Corpo‘s take on clasical ballet has earnt them much praise since their formation in 1975. Across four nights at Sadler’s Wells they will be performing Ímã and Onqotô, two pieces featuring music by +2, Caetano Veloso
As no doubt many JD readers are fully aware, forró is that slightly lesser known Latin American partner dance (salsa being arguably the most popular and practised), which is fuelled by the characterful sounds of the accordion and the triangle.
The insatiable mind behind Brazil’s largest contemporary dance company, Deborah Colker speaks to Jungle about the building of her career and her new show, Cruel Perseverance and a lot of energy. These are, without a doubt, two of the most