Posts Tagged ‘Brooklyn Academy of Music’

The CityArts Interview with Baroque Dance Legend Béatrice Massin

Written by City Arts on . Posted in Arts & Film, Arts Our Town, Arts Our Town Downtown, Arts West Side Spirit, Dance, Our Town, Our Town Downtown, West Side Spirit

interview2 By Joel Lobenthal Béatrice Massin is a specialist in Baroque dance. She was co-choreographer of Lully’s Atys when the opera was presented by Les Arts Florissants at the Brooklyn Academy of Music last fall. She has choreographed for several films and directs her own dance troupe, Compagnie Fêtes Galantes, and school, the Atelier Baroque. She [&hellip
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Melillo Enables Artists and Audiences at BAM

Written by City Arts on . Posted in Arts & Film, Arts Our Town, Arts Our Town Downtown, Arts West Side Spirit, Music, Our Town, Our Town Downtown, West Side Spirit

josephv Melillo enables artists and audiences By Elena Oumano Responsive and initiating in just the right proportions, the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), at 38 Lafayette Ave. in Fort Greene, seems inextricably linked to its home borough, with BAM’s offerings—all the performing arts, cinema, a café, even hosting Memorial Day weekend’s sprawling outdoor African bazaar—radiating and [&hellip
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Armond White: One-Man Will

Written by Armond White on . Posted in Arts & Film

Callow and Bate Pursue Shakespeare Billed as a play rather than a one man show, Being Shakespeare features actor Simon Callow on stage for almost two hours. But he is not alone. British scholar Jonathan Bate has written a “play” whose drama comes from engaging and explicating the works, history and facts of William Shakespeare. [&hellip
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The World at Her Feet: Annabella Gonzalez celebrates 35th anniversary

Written by admin on . Posted in Arts Our Town, Arts West Side Spirit, Dance, Our Town, West Side Spirit

Annabella Gonzalez Dance started its 35th season on March 16. by Adam Rathe Despite being best known for her feet, Annabella Gonzalez first came to New York City on a Greyhound bus. The Mexican-born founder of Annabella Gonzalez Dance Theater, which is celebrating its 35th year with a weekend-long program March 16 and 17 at the Manhattan Movement and Arts Center, came to New York one summer ostensibly to study theater, but left—returning [&hellip
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