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wind in the leaves collective performance

wind in the leaves collective

Saturday, 16 February 2019 from 7:30 PM to 10:00 PM (EST)

wind in the leaves collective performance

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Regular Admission 16 Feb 2019 $15.00 $1.98
Artists 16 Feb 2019 $10.00 $1.70

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This is a performance workshop featuring new work by the ‘wind in the leaves collective’ based on the life and work of the Black Queer minimalist composer, dancer, choreographer, pianist and singer Julius Eastman.  The evening will feature performances based on Eastman’s ‘Evil Nigger’ and 'Prelude to St. Joan’, two challenging pieces of music respectively performed with four grand pianos and a cappella featuring charles c. smith’s poetry and collective choreography by Rodney Diverlus, Michael Mortley, Kevin A. Ormsby, Bakari Eddison Lindsay, Mateo Galindo Torres, Laurence Lemieux and Yui Ugai.  The evening will also feature a performance of the ‘collective’s’ work ‘Everything is Everything: Spirit of 5’ performed by Mateo Galindo Torres and Tereka Tyler-Davis based on the choreography and videograhpy of Aria Evans and Jesse Dell. All of this topped off with the showing of the film ‘St. Joan’ featuring Antonin Artaud with music composed by Julius Eastman for 10 cellos.

Doors open at 7:30pm | Performance starts at 8:00pm 

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The Citadel
304 Parliament Street
Toronto, ON M6N 2V7
Canada

Saturday, 16 February 2019 from 7:30 PM to 10:00 PM (EST)


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wind in the leaves collective

The wind in the leaves collective engages in the choreographic creation of movement and poetic syncretism to develop and perform collaborative work involving diverse artistic disciplines. The collective’s approach provides for a unique view into a dialogue amongst artists on contemporary issues where each artist is able to collaborate, create and share, bringing her/his creativity to the collective’s work as an outlet for artistic exploration rarely seen in Toronto.
More information: www.windintheleavescollective.com

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