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 Post subject: Emerging Choreographer Stephane Deligny
PostPosted: Mon Jan 22, 2001 10:53 am 
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From the Montreal Gazette, 01/20/01:<P> <BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR><B>Deligny's program displays youthful energy</B><P>What could be more appropriate than to start a brand new year by viewing the first evening-long program by an emerging choreographer? <P>Stephane Deligny, who for three years has danced for established choreographers like Daniele Desnoyers, Tassy Teekman and Helene Langevin, is also a co-founder of the dance co-operative, La Fabrique Rouge, where he presented his first works. <P>The evening is an intense declaration of intent to struggle up the choreographic ladder by a dancemaker whose already definable movement style is taking its formative steps towards maturity. With fast spins, sudden disoriented-looking drops of torso and flailing arms, Deligny's dances relate close emotionally to the unpredictable music. Dancers Nathalie Blanchet, Julie Marcil, Marie-Eve Nadeau, Peter Trosztmer and Deligny perform with precision and indefatigable zeal. But because the choreographies are unresolved, the evening ranks as little more than a display of youthful energy.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE><BR><a href="http://www.montrealonline.com/performArts/pages/010120/5032582.html" target="blank">more...</a><BR>


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