David E. Moreno RYT500, is an internationally recognized yoga instructor who came to yoga after dancing professionally in a variety of modern dance companies and light opera productions. He also trained in experimental dance including, the early phases of Steve Paxton's contact improv, and the environmental happenings of Anna Halprin..His commentaries on yoga have been featured in an assortment of yoga journals and magazines, and he is the producer of yoga DVDs and eBooks. www.moryoga.com
Writes in: Dance, Etc, Features, Music, and Theater.
Alonzo King Lines BalletYerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, October 09 Refraction: (with original score by Jason Moran) 2009The Moroccan Project 2005http://www.linesballet.org/Photo: RJ MunaDance legend, Judith Jamison, once said that Alonzo King is “one of our unsung ...
Fondly Do We Hope... Fervently Do We Pray
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco,
Touring calendar: http://www.billtjones.org/events/touring_calendar.php
Photo: Russell Jenkins
When choreographer Bill T. Jones speaks, his voice resonates soulfully, with ...
Margaret Jenkins Dance CompanyYerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, September 09 Other Suns (A Trilogy)http://www.mjdc.org/performances2009.htmlOther Suns (A Trilogy) Photo: Lin XiaoyiOther Suns (A Trilogy) is collaboration bridging two countries, two years in the making between San Francisco’s ...
Joe Goode Performance GroupOld Mint Building, San Francisco, August 09 “Traveling Light” Performance/Installationhttp://www.joegoode.org/Joe Goode’s Traveling Light began on the avenue, as one turned from street level to the steep steps of an imposing old Mint Building. Both the sharp ...
Hãlau o Keikiali`I is a Hawaiian Cultural and Dance Group based in San Francisco since 1994. Their goal is to educate the general public about Hawaiian Culture, with its traditional customs, values, and protocols. On paper this may sound a ...
Perhaps it was the narrowness of the drab high school-like theater stage, that made the opening piece, “Jangle: Four Hungarian Dances”, appear a bit more like musical theater then it normally would. Or, maybe the peasant style costumes added to ...
From esteemed Japanese director Hiroshi Koike and his dance-theater troupe Pappa Tarahumara comes “Ship In A View”, an ethereal spectacle that made its Bay Area premiere at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts on February 19th. Drawing on memories of ...