The Music Center on Location presents Awáa in partnership with the Ford Theatres.
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Congratulations!!!!!!! BUSK was performed in Amsterdam at the Brakke Grond last week. “It was a piece of unearthly magic and garnered us a standing ovation!” – Artemis Gordon, Arts Umbrella.
Jojo is working with the dancers of Springboard Montréal! They will perform excerpts of Aszure’s work this month!
We are thrilled to announce that Aszure will be collaborating with La Scala Ballet – Teatro alla Scala next season. She will create a new work titled Mahler 10 to the Adagio from Mahler’s unfinished 10th Symphony. The premiere will take place in Milan in March 2018. Stay tuned for more information!
Tomorrow through Sunday Arts Umbrella dancers will perform excerpts of Aszure Barton’s BUSK. Click here for tickets!
“So it is in life. Light and dark are in constant flux. But typically, the extremes get all the attention. It’s the anguishes and ecstasies that mostly interest us; the ability to cope rarely makes for a compelling story. But in Barton’s hands, equanimity provides a rich vein of material, and serenity is a deeply moving aesthetic.” – Washington Post. #Awáa
“Performance and craftsmanship seamlessly fused into some very superb dance.”
Malpaso Dance Company will perform indomitable Waltz tonight in Austin and Saturday evening in Atlanta!
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“Canada’s National Ballet School to perform Aszure Barton-Mikhail Baryshnikov ballet Come In”
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Here are some lovely comments about our performance at Norhrop:
“I have not been so thrilled by a modern dance company since Sage Cowles brought Twyla Tharp here back in the late 60s. Wow. Please bring this company back. What they do is really and truly unique and new. Thanks so much for this performance!”
“The Aszure Barton performance was out-of-this-world. The way the dancers moved their bodies, the sound effects of water, the choreography…..it was incredible!! I’ve passed the word to many people…”
“Holy wow wow wow wow. The BEST dance company I have seen in many years. More than dance. ART. This is something new. Powerful. I am deeply moved. Thank you Aszure Barton & Artists and thank you Christine Tschida at Northrop for bringing this incredible company to us.”
“[Awáa] is both light and dark. At once, both joyful and painful. We are born, we struggle, we stumble, we learn, we teach, we float, we sway, we fly, we compete, we destroy, we recover, we create, we praise, we celebrate, we cry, we die, we mourn, we remember, we embrace, we find peace.”
AB&A collaborator Tobin Del Cuore was interviewed for the University of Minnesota blog. Click here to read the full interview.
Tickets for tonight’s performance are still available here!
“I was so deeply moved by Aszure Barton & Artists’ work. I saw your performance in Toronto this week and I can’t express my gratitude enough… THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart Aszure Barton & Artists. Congratulations!”
– Amber Courtney
“@newyorkcitycenter – just saw a BRILLIANT company Aszure Barton & Artists – Awáa — the most phenomenal thing I’ve seen in my life!” – Ivette Dumeng
“After a pause, we were treated to a hypnotic performance of AWAA (adapted for Fall for Dance), by Canadian born contemporary choreographer Aszure Barton and her international group, Aszure Barton & Artists. AWÁA translates to “one who is a mother” in the language of the Haida, an aboriginal people living on the west coast of Canada. The piece opens with a large, glowing red ball in the dark at the back of the stage, center, with the talented William Briscoe dancing silhouetted in front of it to mesmerizing music by Curtis MacDonald and Lev “Liova” Zhurbin. When the glow of the ball faded out of sight, I missed it, but not for long, as the brilliant cast and choreography carried me forward, along with an appreciative audience. The dancers performed the musical work with aplomb and deserve mention. Along with Briscoe were Jonathan Emanuell Alsberry, Lara Barclay (the only female in the cast), Tobin Del Cuore, Thomas House, Jeremy Raia, and Oscar Ramos. I have previously seen and enjoyed some of Barton’s works. Awáa is my favorite, to date, making my Fall for Dance experience worthwhile; so I am looking forward to seeing more of Aszure Barton & Artists in the future, a fascinating use of contemporary dance.” – BroadwayWorld.com
@aszurebarton “thank you for your work. I am still processing Awáa from New York City Center. I haven’t seen a performance that powerful and moving in many many many years. I’m so deeply moved. thank you.” Don Ripley
“life changing. So happy I saw it at city center” – Dasha Shwartz
We will be performing in New York City September 28th & 29th! Click here for information!
I am excited to announce that we will be perform at Sony Centre as part of Fall for Dance North this fall! Thrilled to be a part of this exciting festival @ffdnorth – Tickets go on sale Friday, August 12th at 10AM! Click here for more info: http://www.ffdnorth.com/
Aszure’s new work Indomitable Waltz will premiere in Havana tonight!