"taqəš and Other Works" program features a stunning lineup of signature works. With Cameron Fraser-Monroe’s powerful taqəš [tawKESH], and Guillaume Côté’s mesmerizing BOLERO, and Alysa Pires’ vivacious audience favourite MAMBO!
A rich and irreverent examination of our complicated relationships with body image. Part stand-up comedy, part kinetic gesture and dance. A show about the show that never actually starts….or does it? Created and Performed by Tara Cheyenne Friedenberg
BC Movement Arts Society is proud & honoured to be presenting and traveling with the
T'sasala Cultural Group from ‘Namgis Nation/Alert Bay in this wonderful Cultural Sharing with the 'Namgis, Oweekeno and Heiltsuk Nations in Bella Bella
Two beautiful dance works:
'Solo for Orpheus' draws inspiration from the myth of Orpheus to create a contemporary comment on Orpheus as the mimesis of an artist.
'Hourglass' is a quartet set to Piano Études by the celebrated minimalist Philip Glass
Sointula, Malcolm Island (June 22 & 24) and Pt. McNeill (June 23)
ALEXIS FLETCHER & AMBER BARTON (with Special Guest Artist: singer/composer CHELSEA EDWARDSON) A shared evening of solos danced, choreographed & performed by these two creative dancers - versatile and exquisite physicality.
performed by Maria Nurmela and Ville Oinonen; choreographed by Theo Clinkard
June 17 to 21, 2022
The Days invites you to share a beautiful encounter with exceptional Finnish dancers Maria Nurmela and Ville Oinonen.
BCMAS' premiere of The Days is a Partner Presentation with Nordic Bridges 2022 in Collaboration with Harbourfront Centre, Toronto.
The explosive talents of these bright female artists from BC and NYC are showcased in an evening of solos and their first collaboration, a duet titled Fortress. Choreography: Livona Ellis; Rebecca Margolick; Peter Bingham; Allen Kaeja
a PAST PROJECT - co-presented with the 2019 Chutzpah! Festival
NOV 8-17, 2019
Canadian premiere - performed in Sointula; performed in Alert Bay at the 'Namgis Laurence Ambers Memorial Centre and artist discussion with ‘Namgis Cultural Leader Andrea Cranmer. WITH the generous support of the BC Arts Council and Canada Council