Performances

The Guelph Jazz Festival’s Colloquium Series 2010. Presentation with one dance (A Thousand Cranes) choreographed and performed by Kevin A. Ormsby.


Lab Cab’s 2010 festival at Factory Theatre. Presentation with the following performance pieces:

  • Live IV (Kevin A. Ormsby dancer/choreographer and Miranda Liverpool dancer).
  • A Thousand Cranes (as above).
  • Cantus (Olga Barrios and Kevin Ormsby choreographers, and, Kevin A. Ormsby and Miranda Liverpool dancers).

The University of Toronto Scarborough Campus as part of its Cultural Pluralism in Performing Arts events for 2010-2011. One hour presentation with the following performance pieces:

  • Lonely Women (Olga Barrios choreographer/dancer, Miranda Liverpool, Amanda Paixao and Melissa Noventa dancers).
  • Live IV (Kevin A. Ormsby dancer/choreographer and Miranda Liverpool dancer).
  • A Thousand Cranes (as above).
  • Cantus (Olga Barrios and Kevin Ormsby choreographers, and, Kevin A. Ormsby and Miranda Liverpool dancers).
  • Conversation (Kevin A. Ormsby choreographer with Ian Huggins, Jasmyn Fyffe and Miranda Liverpool dancers).

Wonderworks in March 2011. Videos of the following dances: Lonely Women and Cantus as noted immediately above.


The Strandline Curatorial Collective “Shift” Conference in April 2011. Videos of Lonely Women as noted immediately above.


Diasporic Dialogues series of performances in April 2011. A performance of Cantus as noted above with Mikhail P. Morris replacing Kevin A. Ormsby as dancer.


Soundspoetic at Array Music in May 2011. One hour presentation with the following performance pieces:

  • Lonely Women (Olga Barrios choreographer/dancer, Miranda Liverpool, Amanda Paixao and Melissa Noventa dancers).
  • Live IV (Kevin A. Ormsby dancer/choreographer and Miranda Liverpool dancer).
  • A Thousand Cranes (as above).
  • Cantus (Olga Barrios and Kevin Ormsby choreographers, and, Kevin A. Ormsby and Miranda Liverpool dancers).
  • Conversation (Kevin A. Ormsby choreographer with Ian Huggins, Jasmyn Fyffe and Miranda Liverpool dancers).

Dancemakers on Sept. 17, 2011. This was the collective’s first full length production containing all of the work noted for soundspoetic and including the following additional pieces:

  • Daydreaming About My Father, Mumia and Resisting Slaughter with Amanda Paixao choreographer/dancer.
  • Fleurette Africaine with collective improvisation choreography and dance.
  • Inner Organs with choreography by Olga Barrios and dance by Kevin A. Ormsby.
  • Mother May You Rest in Bliss with choreography by Kevin A. Ormsby and dance by Olga Barrios.

Two works (Conversation, and, Lonely Women) presented by Vanguardia and Kahsedance at the September 2011 IMPACT International Festival of Theatre Arts in Kitchener-Waterloo.


Trane Studios on Oct. 11, 2011. Performances of Mumia, Resisting Slaughter, Daydreaming About My Father as noted above with the addition of Money Jungle with choreography by Adrianna Yanuziello and dance by Adrianna and Anna Tara.


Panel presentation at International Association of Black Dance – January 2012.


TD Bank: Then and Now Program, February 17, 2012. Presentation of Fleurette Africaine.


Beit Zatoun in May 2012. Performances of Salama, Mumia, Letting Go, Resisting Slaughter, Daydreaming About My Father.


Regent Park Arts and Cultural Centre, September 22, 2012. Performances of Mumia, 1000 Cranes, Daydreaming About My Father, Resisting Slaughter, Multi-verse.


International Festival of the Poetry of Resistance October 12, 2012. Mumia, Resisting Slaughter, 1000 Cranes, Daydreaming About My Father.


Array Music. December 1, 2012.


“Been A Long Time Coming” University of Toronto Scarborough, Mississauga and St. George Campuses, Feb. 4,5 and 6.


 

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