Photo: Idan Glikzelig. Dancer: Tamar Sonn
An intimate show and a unique opportunity to meet the artists, followed by an audience Q & A.Idan Cohen A special afternoon show presenting a selection of works from future and past creations by Ne. Sans' Artistic Director
Accompanied by pianist/conductor Leslie Dala, this intimate program features the countertenor Shane Hanson and company dancers in excerpts of recent works to music by Handel, Bach, and Philip Glass.
January 27 | 12 noon
Scotiabank Dance Centre 677 Davie St, Vancouver, BC
Photos (In Order): Lior Noyman, Sydney Dance Company PPY- Daniel Boud, Ted Littlemore, Margalit Benari
Music & Dance Project
2020-2021 Selected Artists
We are excited to announce our first 2 groups of artists for the 2020-2021 season:
Restless Productions: Claire French (Dance) and James Maxwell (Music)
Kate Franklin (Dance) and Jeremy O'Neill (Music)
Ne. Sans in collaboration with The Dance Centre’s Special Projects and Partnerships, is launching a new project, supporting collaboration between classical musicians and dance artists. The project offers 3 dance artists and 3 musicians (individuals and groups) the opportunity to collaborate on the creation of short, approximately 20 min pieces. Selected projects receive a fully subsidized studio space of 80 hours in total, technical support, and compensation for a sharing/presentation at the end of the process (September 2021).
Established in 2017 by Artistic Director Idan Cohen in Vancouver, Canada Ne. Sans is re-imagining and reconnecting Opera & Dance.
Directing opera through contemporary dance opens a whole new world of collaborative opportunities: an environment that involves working with singers, dancers, musicians, visual artists, and designers.
By experimenting and constantly expanding our knowledge of multi-disciplinary art forms, we are forging what we see as a natural hybridization of the Arts. Our ambition is to create exciting, thought-provoking, artistically challenging art- and to strengthen and inspire our community.
Selected applicants were invited to a two-day seminar on February 8 &9th, 2020.
Performances are planned to September, 2021 at TDC.
Supported by The City of Vancouver, Cultural grants.
For more details: firstname.lastname@example.org
Photos (In Order): Theo Bell, Flick Harrison. Performers: Leslie Dala (Piano), Racheal Prince, Brandon Lee Alley.