Edgar Zendejas’s Common Ground Premieres at the Granada
May 13th, 2015
"...Zendejas managed to convey the intensely emotional experience it is to live. A beautiful balance of stillness and movement, alternating between intense and soft, was created with anywhere from one to twenty-one bodies. Zendejas and his dancers deserved no less than the cheers and standing ovation that the entire Granada audience did not hesitate to give, having presented one of the most beautiful pieces of work Santa Barbara has seen this year.
Sammy Gerraty, Daily Nexus
Edgar Zendejas will join in June 2015 the artistic and production team of Franco Dragone Productions for a five months new creation in Xishuangbanna, CHINA 2015
EDGAR ZENDEJAS' Contemporary Circus History.
First as a dancer, then choreographer and then artistic director in dance, Edgar has been brought to a challenging, wonderful and magical world known as the Contemporay Circus.
Zendejas was able to explore new areas of choreographic collaboration such as "APARTÉ" in 2012 and “ENTRESORT,” this last collaborative creation was the celebration of the 25th anniversary of Starlight Contemporary Circus in Switzerland 2013.
MÉANDRE Photo by Roland Lorente / Ecole Nationale du Cirque / Montreal
choreography by Edgar Zendejas
As part of the program for L'École supérieure de ballet du Québec's annual show 2015
SUMPTUOUS BALLETS AND NEW CREATIONS FOR TOMORROW’S DANCERS
Sumptuous ballets and fresh new creations make up Corps de ballet, the annual show presented by the professional program. This year’s event will be presented at the Centre Pierre-Péladeau’s salle Pierre-Mercure (UQÀM) on May 28 and 29, 2015.
“This show strikes an emotional note to illustrate the teaching we offer to our future professional dancers,” explains Artistic Director Anik Bissonnette. “It also attests the determination that drives our students every day. They invest the selvas body and soul in their training as they aspire to turn their dreams into successful careers.”
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