Photo. Richmond Ballet dancer in Reife by Edgar Zendejas 2014. Richmond Ballet. All rights reserved. Photos by Sarah Ferguson.
Photo: Artists from École national de cirque. Montreal, January 2016.
After five months of creation and premiere of the DAI SHOW in June 2015 as one of the members of the artistic team for Franco Dragone Productions in Xishuangbanna, CHINA; Edgar Zendejas returns to Montreal as an Artistic Director for the École national de cirque' s ANNUAL SHOW 2016.
Photos: Dai Show creation. Franco Dragone Productions. China 2015
École national de cirque. Montreal
2016 ANNUAL SHOW
May 31 to June 12
Director: Edgar Zendejas
Assistant: Julie Lachance
An exceptional educational and artistic experience, the Annual Show is presented by the School’s students each June in the great circular hall at Tohu. It provides an ideal opportunity to integrate and demonstrate all they have learned in a large-scale production that attracts each year more than 15,000 spectators, producers and professionals from around the world. The show will be produced by a team of high-caliber professionals. It also serves as a special showcase for graduates, a chance to display their skills and personal creations in front of a large audience and prospective employers. All students in the upper-level training programs participate under the artistic direction and creation of Edgar Zendejas.
My most sincere GRATITUDE to:
Mtra. Angelica Kleen, Luisa Sassano, Julie Lee, Laurence Paré-Seguin, Neelanthi Vadivel, Scott Elliott, Michel Cossette, Pps Danse, Claude Fontaine, Jocelyn Sicard, Lynne Fournier-Giasson, Guillermo Rocha, Rajesh Patel, Paco Trejo, Artescen U. de Guanajuato, Mtra Ema Pulido, Mtra. Martha Elena Welsh, Mtra. Selene Aguirre, James Kelly,
Jean-philippe Barrios, Owen Belton, Alejandra Rivera, Gilberto Omar Sanchez The Sconeck, Jasper Gahunia, Diane Piché, Claire Myers, Isabelle Rochon, Susan Alexandre, Mtra. Taina Morales, Mtro. Jesus Corrales, Jean-Yves Esquerre, Louis Robitaille, Anik Bissonnette, Rossetti De Montréal, Louis-Martin Charest, Géovanny Solis, Yen Lasalle, and Edouard Dumoulin.
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
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