The Travellers
Jul
14
6:30 PM18:30

The Travellers

  • Elder Conservatorium of Music, Elder Hall (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

In the 19th century, lower-class immigrant communities in the Rioplatense region of Argentina and Uruguay found expressions like sorrow and longing for connection through tango music and dance  In The Travelers Artists By Any Other Name uses tango to explore the journey of departure and coming to terms with new realities. The production is inspired by the emotions and experiences that surround immigration, lost heritage and quests for love and belonging. The performance comes to life with tango music of different periods, contemporary dance, and images.

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The Travellers
Jul
20
7:30 PM19:30

The Travellers

  • Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Verbrugghen Hall (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

In the 19th century, lower-class immigrant communities in the Rioplatense region of Argentina and Uruguay found expressions like sorrow and longing for connection through tango music and dance  In The Travelers Artists By Any Other Name uses tango to explore the journey of departure and coming to terms with new realities. The production is inspired by the emotions and experiences that surround immigration, lost heritage and quests for love and belonging. The performance comes to life with tango music of different periods, contemporary dance, and images.

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The Toybox: workshop and performance
Jun
10
10:00 AM10:00

The Toybox: workshop and performance

"Imagination springs to life in this music and dance collaboration. Suzie Cellphone, a girl obsessed with her phone, one day finds herself caught up in a whirlwind of magical adventures when she accidentally rescues a butterfly from a spider's web. As she explores this new world and meets new friendly creatures, she must learn to focus her attention away from her mobile phone and to live in the present -- or risk losing her wonderful new companion forever!"

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The Travelers
Jun
8
7:30 PM19:30

The Travelers

In the 19th century, lower-class immigrant communities in the Rioplatense region of Argentina and Uruguay found expressions like sorrow and longing for connection through tango music and dance  In The Travelers Artists By Any Other Name uses tango to explore the journey of departure and coming to terms with new realities. The production is inspired by the emotions and experiences that surround immigration, lost heritage and quests for love and belonging. The performance comes to life with tango music of different periods, contemporary dance, and images.

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The Toybox: A Children's Production
May
20
10:00 AM10:00

The Toybox: A Children's Production

Imagination springs to life in this music and dance collaboration. Mindy Mobile, a girl obsessed with her mobile phone, one day finds herself caught up in a whirlwind of magical adventures when she accidentally rescues a fairy from a spider's web. As she explores this new world and meets new friendly creatures, she must learn to focus her attention away from her mobile phone and to live in the present -- or risk losing her magical companion forever!

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Her Favorite: A Modern Interpretation of an Evening Court Dance
May
5
5:00 PM17:00

Her Favorite: A Modern Interpretation of an Evening Court Dance

  • LeFrak Concert Hall, Aaron Copland School of Music (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

“Her Favorite: A modern interpretation of an evening court dance” is a 50-minute reconstruction of the stately court dances of the 17th and 18th century upper classes. Performed by dancers and string quartet, “Her Favorite” explores symmetry, form, and feminism across time by juxtaposing new music and choreography by female artists, with old compositions and traditions set by male-centered society. “Her Favorite” questions convention and blurs the perimeter of sound and movement, dancer and musician.


New music by Caroline Shaw and Aimée Niemann. Old music by Joseph Haydn. Choreographed by Traci Finch and Nadia Khayrallah, in collaboration with the dancers. Aimée Niemann is the creative director for this production. 


Performers: Julia Bengtsson (dance) * Traci Finch (dance) * Whitney Janis (dance) * Harmonnia Junus (violin) * Nadia Khayrallah (dance) * Timothy Leonard (cello) * Abby Marchesseault (dance) * Aimée Niemann (violin)  * Dillon Rob (dance and violin) * Pedro Vizzarro Vallejos (viola)

Presented by The QC Arts Festival. Admission is free.

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Her Favorite: A Modern Interpretation of an Evening Court Dance
Apr
21
7:30 PM19:30

Her Favorite: A Modern Interpretation of an Evening Court Dance

  • South Oxford Space - The Great Room (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

$15 cash at the door
Online sales close at 12am on April 21


“Her Favorite: A modern interpretation of an evening court dance” is a 50-minute reconstruction of the stately court dances of the 17th and 18th century upper classes. Performed by dancers and string quartet, “Her Favorite” explores symmetry, form, and feminism across time by juxtaposing new music and choreography by female artists, with old compositions and traditions set by male-centered society. “Her Favorite” questions convention and blurs the perimeter of sound and movement, dancer and musician.


New music by Caroline Shaw and Aimée Niemann. Old music by Joseph Haydn. Choreographed by Traci Finch and Nadia Khayrallah, in collaboration with the dancers. Aimée Niemann is the creative director for this production. 


Performers: Traci Finch (dance) * Whitney Janis (dance) * Harmonnia Junus (violin) * Nadia Khayrallah (dance) * Timothy Leonard (cello) * Abby Marchesseault (dance) * Aimée Niemann (violin) * Lauren Newman (dance) * Dillon Rob (dance and violin) * Pedro Vizzarro Vallejos (viola)

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La Boîte a Joujoux (Toybox)
Oct
21
10:00 AM10:00

La Boîte a Joujoux (Toybox)

Artists By Any Other Name presents a new version of Claude Debussy’s The Toy Box, a ballet for children composed in 1913. Artists By Any Other Name’s original musical arrangement, choreography and storyline all speak directly to children today. When a young person’s cell phone mysteriously turns into a toy box she goes on many adventures. Eventually she has to choose: Will she spend her time with her friends, or with her cell phone? 

This performance is made possible by the generous support of the Clifford-Levy Grant. 

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Fractals in the Dark
Jul
28
to Jul 29

Fractals in the Dark

A multidisciplinary exploration of time and space inspired by Tantanoola Caves.

Program:
Cage: 'Five'
Bach: 'Goldberg Variations' Aria
Part: Fratres (String Quartet)
Bach: 'Goldberg Variations' Variation 16
ArtistsByAnyOtherName improv. 

2 performances: July 28th/29th @ 6 pm. 
RSVP: artistsbyanyothername@gmail.com

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La Boîte a Joujoux (Toybox)
Jul
22
11:15 AM11:15

La Boîte a Joujoux (Toybox)

  • Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, Grainger Studio (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

La Boîte a Joujoux: A young girl's unexpected adventure after her mobile is mysteriously replaced with a magical Toybox...  

Artists By Any Other Name presents original choreography to Debussy's La Boîte a Joujoux (Toybox) with students of Young Artist Exchange. Debussy's composition has been arranged for piano quintet by Artist members Pedro Vizzarro Vallejos and Harmonnia Junus

RSVP & more info @ yaeintl.org/ime-en

 

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Tango Translations
Jan
31
7:00 PM19:00

Tango Translations

A reinterpretation of the Tango. This production features the Latin-inspired music of classical composers creatively choreographed by our Artist Member dancers.

Watch us develop material for this show! Arranged for string quartet by Co-Artistic Director Harmonnia Junus and choreographed/danced by collaborator Hannah Frechette. 

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Danse Macabre
Nov
1
7:00 PM19:00

Danse Macabre

As the days grow darker crimson leaves flutter to the ground, join us for an autumn celebration of Halloween and Day of the Dead. The show features animation by California-based visual artist Chamisa Kellogg, narration by Artist Member and dancer Hannah Barnard, and music stretching from the early Baroque to modern times, including Schubert's epic string quartet "Death and the Maiden." 

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Danse Macabre: A Short Rendition For Children
Nov
1
4:00 PM16:00

Danse Macabre: A Short Rendition For Children

When the Winds of Change sweep away a Commoner's beloved village, she decides to travel down the Passage of Time to capture the wind and make it give back her friends. Join us on November 1st to hear the rest of the story, written and directed by our very own Hannah Barnard. The performance includes drama, music, dance, and animation. 

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Latin Dances
May
31
7:30 PM19:30

Latin Dances

Not your typical tango. Join Artists By Any Other Name for an evening of Latin Dances seen from the perspectives of many people and places. Our musicians, who hail from the four corners of the world, join with dancers in interpreting latin-inspired music in a graceful melding of chamber music, classical dance, and latin passion. Composers include Isaac Albeniz, Alberto Ginastera, Astor Piazzolla, Maurice Ravel, Kurt Weill, and the first African American classical composer, William Grant Still.

http://latindances.bpt.me

Live stream 

https://www.concertwindow.com/93986-artists-by-any-other-name 

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Spring Fever
Mar
20
7:00 PM19:00

Spring Fever

As the days grow longer and the sun begins to thaw the frozen earth, we gather together to celebrate the dawn of another spring. Join us for music and poetry in Brooklyn’s intimate Scholes Street Studios.

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Love: Classical to Contemporary
Feb
13
8:00 PM20:00

Love: Classical to Contemporary

  • National Opera Center, Rehearsal Hall (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Tickets: http://www.byanyothername.bpt.me

On the eve of Valentine's Day, it is only fitting to present a program dedicated to perspectives on love. In Love: Classical to Contemporary, you will witness love from the perspectives of four composers, interpreted by five instrumentalists, two dancers, and accompanied by the rich narratives of Ovid, Plato, and Shakespeare. 

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