Raven Spirit Dance | Earth Song
Raven Spirit Dance creates, develops and produces exceptional contemporary dance that is rooted in both a traditional and contemporary Aboriginal worldview.
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EARTH SONG; a mixed program of contemporary Aboriginal Dance

Featuring choreography by Starr Muranko & Michelle Olson

 

Two visionary choreographers bring their diverse voices to the act of connection. Moving from Spirit to form through currents of spatial tension, these are the songs of the land and body, deeply rooted and ever reaching. These works traverse territories of impulse, memory, and landscape.

 

Featuring…
Northern Journey
Frost Exploding Trees Moon
Spine of the Mother
 

Technical requirements:

Space: minimum 25×20 feet
Surface: a marley dance floor is preferred, however a glazed masonite is also acceptable
Technical: cyclorama & 3-6KL projector (based on throw distance/ size of cyc)
Tour staff: 5 performers, 1 director, 1 stage manager – travelling from Vancouver
Duration: 60 mins (no intermission)
Performance fee: available upon request (negotiable)

 

Previous Performances

Scotiabank Dance Centre, Vancouver BC – November 2015
Weesageechak Festival, Toronto ON – November 2015
IMPACT festival, Kitchener ON – September 2015

 

YouTube Video clip click here

 

Frost Exploding Trees Moon Photo Credit: Chris Randle Performer: Michelle Olson

Frost Exploding Trees Moon Photo Credit: Chris Randle

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Spine of the Mother Photo Credit: Chris Randle Performers: Tasha Faye Evans and Andrea Patria Video/Media Design: Sammy Chien

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Spine of the Mother Photo Credit: Chris Randle Performers: Tasha Faye Evans and Andrea Patria Video/Media Design: Sammy Chien

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Northern Journey Photo Credit: Chris Randle Performers: Brian Solomon and Jeanette Kotowich

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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