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Shadows, Portraiture, Mime and Velvet

Four works old and new at 3,2,1 Dance! By Lori Straus

3,2,1 Dance! is a contemporary dance performance of four pieces, with choreography by Robert Desrosiers, Robert Glumbek, Jasmyn Fyffe and Tedd Robinson.

Photo Courtesy of Presenter
 
Robert Desrosiers, Tedd Robinson, Yvonne Ng, Robert Glumbek, Jasmyn Fyffe

3,2,1 Dance!

Performance | Spectacle

Markham ON
February 7 février 2018
Wed @ 8:00 | Mercredi @ 20:00
Contemporary

Yvonne Ng, Robert Glumbek, Vivine Scarlett

Older & Reckless - Edition #31 - ALL DUETS

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
February 28-1 mars 2014
8:00 | 20:00
Contemporary

 

From darkness to light

By Bridget Cauthery Season 2013 ProArteDanza

ProArte’s Season 2013 mixed program was a mixed bag.

 
Kevin O'Day, Robert Glumbek

The Four Seasons

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
March 6-8 mars 2014
8:00 | 20:00
Contemporary

 

32nd Annual Dora Mavor Moore Awards

The 32nd Annual Dora Mavor Moore Awards were held on Monday, June 27th at the St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts’ Bluma Appel Theatr…

 

A Tale (of two) Continued 

By Kathleen Smith Mixed Repertoire 2011 tiger princess dance projects

Great partnerships are often based on interlocking invisible strengths rather than obvious similarities.

 

The Immigrant Experience 

By Kathleen Smith “Displacement” Robert Glumbek, HCA Dance Theatre

“Displacement”, as the title suggests, is an exploration of the immigrant experience. A multimedia concert with choreography by Robert Glumbek, visual elements by Vessna Perunovich and a ravishing score by Christos Hatzis.

 

A New Era, Not Unlike the Old 

By Michael Crabb Banff Festival Dance  Banff Festival Dance 

Music by Jonny Greenwood might seem an unlikely candidate to accompany a dance but as it turns out the Radiohead guitarist/composer’s orchestral score for Paul Thomas Anderson’s much-acclaimed 2007 movie, “There Will Be Blood”, provided just the propulsive energy and suspenseful mood Toronto-based choreographer Robert Glumbek needed for his unsettling new work, “Prefigured Effect”.

 

Working Toward World Class 

By Kathleen Smith ProArteDanza  ProArteDanza

A ProArteDanza opening always has a buzz-y kind of glamour – people dress up, they talk about the work, clearly excited to be there. Some of the city’s finest classical and contemporary dancers grace the stage; the rest can be found in the audience along with students and hip dance fans of all stripes.  

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