WEDNESDAY, April 24TH, 7:30 PM
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With both humorous and serious moments, Vic’s Mix is a kind of “best of” spanning the immense creative territory explored by Quijada, extracting jewels from the choreographer’s repertoire. In a remix of his own work, orchestrating the clash between urban pop and classical composition, Quijada goes further in his experiments defying notions of theatricality and audience expectations, while making sure that each body gravitating onstage in the highly athletic segments exemplifies the RUBBERBAND Method.
Vic’s Mix showcases excerpts from previous RUBBERBANDance pieces. The music for the production is based on original works created by Jasper Gahunia and those of other composers (Prokofiev, Verdi, Bach, Vivaldi, etc.).
Vic’s Mix is a RUBBERBANDance Group production supported by Festival international DansEncore, the Canada Council for the Arts, the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, the Conseil des arts de Montréal, and the Ontario Arts Council.
The premiere of Vic’s Mix took place in June 2016 as part of the Festival International DansEncore in the Salle Anaïs-Allard-Rousseau of the Maison de la Culture in Trois-Rivières.
EXPERIENCE MORE – CELEBRATE THE ARTS:
Please join us pre-show at Eptek Art & Culture Centre to explore “Quilting Forward,” their latest exhibit.
Like RUBBERBANDance’s fusion of classic music and dance forms with contemporary/urban styles, “Quilting Forward” sees the fusion of a centuries’ old artform with contemporary design. The exhibit features work from the PEI Modern Quilt Guild, and we invite all RUBBERBANDance attendees to take advantage of the opportunity to experience this unique form of visual artistry before the performance.
Between 6:30 – 7:30 PM, the public is invited to drop into Eptek to enjoy the exhibit as well as the musical stylings of Wayne Ellis, acoustic guitarist playing select pieces from an array of musical genres.
Choreography: Victor Quijada
Original cast: Jean Bui, Marilyne Cyr, Arielle Locke, Franklin Luy, Sovann Prom Tep, Zack Tang, Lavinia Vago, Lea Ved, and Paco Ziel
Lighting design: Yan Lee Chan
Original music: Jasper Gahunia
Music: Various composers
Costume design: Camille Thibault-Bédard