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Danielle Baskerville

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Danielle Baskerville works with some of Canada’s leading contemporary dance companies and creators. Artistic Associate of D.A. Hoskins’ The Dietrich Group and a member of Dancetheatre David Earle, upcoming independent projects include work with James Kudelka, Bill Coleman, Jonathan Osborne and Allison Cummings/Deborah Pearson. A recipient of the K.M. Hunter Award in Dance, Baskerville recently went back to school to complete an SSHRC-funded MA in Dance Studies at York University with an eye toward contributing to insightful discourse on Canadian contemporary dance. She is a board member of the Canadian Alliance of Dance Artists – Ontario.

Danielle Baskerville's Work

 

Diving Deep: Sarah Ludi

A series of conversations with mid-career contemporary dance artists By Danielle Baskerville

Toronto dance artist Danielle Baskerville speaks with contemporary dance artists in their mid-career and beyond about how they sustain themselves and how they move forward – physically, creatively, psychically, practically. In this conversation, she captures the life of Roasa company member Sarah Ludi who is a freelance dance artist, new teacher of the Alexander Technique and mother.

 

Diving Deep: David Zambrano and Mat Voorter

A series of conversations with mid-career contemporary dance artists By Danielle Baskerville

Toronto dance artist Danielle Baskerville speaks with contemporary dance artists in their mid-career and beyond about how they sustain themselves and how they move forward – physically, creatively, psychically, practically. In this conversation, she captures the life and experience of dance artists David Zambrano and Mat Voorter in their home in Anderlecht, Brussels, in Belgium.

 

Diving Deep: Valerie Calam

A series of conversations with mid-career contemporary dance artists By Danielle Baskerville

Toronto dance artist Danielle Baskerville speaks with contemporary dance artists in their mid-career and beyond about how they sustain themselves and how they move forward – physically, creatively, psychically, practically. She recorded chats from Brussels, Belgium, and Berlin, Germany, and continues the conversations back home in Canada.

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