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She decided to take the opportunity to explore continental opportunities after a scouting visit to Portugal convinced her that despite the economic crisis, “the European contemporary dance is really thriving,” Kaufman says rhythm dance shoes. “Arts funding has suffered, and Portugal was hit hard, but it is getting better. There are so many festivals, and it’s so easy to get around Europe. I’m really interested in presenting some of my solos that I’m showing in this performance.”..
While bidding adieu to Kaufman, let’s welcome Berkeley native Arianne MacBean back to the Bay Area. She presents the Bay Area debut of her Big Show Co. with two signature works at ODC Theater, Thursday through Saturday. With a brief discussion in between, she’s presenting her company in 2012’s “The People Go Where the Chairs Are,” and the world premiere of a new work, “present tense,” both featuring original jazz scores by composer Ivan Johnson. Given her deep commitment to writing — she’s published fiction, dance criticism and a recent children’s book, “The Backyard Fairies” — it’s not surprising that MacBean draws much of her inspiration from text. “The People Go” was inspired by the notes that Thornton Wilder wrote to himself while writing the iconic play “Our Town.” In much the same way, “present tense” draws on the short stories of Lydia Davis rhythm dance shoes.
“He (Wilder) used these two chairs on the empty stage to symbolize the world,” says MacBean, who was recently awarded the yearlong CHIME Mentorship Grant, produced by the Margaret Jenkins Dance Company. “I took the idea of using chairs to examine what is dance in my work. “The new piece is very different than ‘The People,’ more a poetic collage, a little more abstract. We develop our movement material and text material simultaneously rhythm dance shoes. We don’t start with a script or vice versa.”..
In addition to her work as a writer and choreographer, MacBean founded the dance program at Oakwood School, a private school in North Hollywood with a highly respected arts program. She modeled it after the dance program at Berkeley High, where she graduated in 1990 rhythm dance shoes. “One of my biggest influences was my high school dance teacher, Marsha Singman,” MacBean says. “She introduced me to modern dance while I was taking ballet at Berkeley Ballet Theater. I was so lucky that Berkeley High had such a fantastic program, where students were encouraged to choreograph. I modeled the Oakwood program on Berkeley High. We pride ourselves on teaching kids how to dance and how to make dances.”..
The increasingly popular Festival del Sole is the raison d’être for all this delight — a series of events peopled with stars of music, dance and theater, as well as fine wine, elegant cuisine and enriching art. It also includes wellness programs and other community programs, all held in multiple magnificent settings, including the spacious courtyard of Calistoga’s Castello di Amoroso, an architectural clone of a grand medieval Tuscan castle. Joshua Bell, the dashing young violin virtuoso, will be the opening night star, with subsequent nights featuring the great Pinchas Zukerman performing the Bruch Violin Concerto and tenor James Valenti and Lincoln Center’s Sphinx Orchestra conducted by Alondra de la Parra rhythm dance shoes.