Thursday, September 20, 2018

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Winners 17MASDANZA


The  pieces  that received an award in the 17th. Edition of  The International Contemporary Dance Festival of The Canary Islands and that will perform in the Winners’ Gala tonight, at the Maspalomas Cultural center at 20,30 h. are:

JURY PRIZE SOLO CONTEST

Ex-Aequo Award presented to the following pieces:

SHADOWLINES (15’) Tokyo, Japan

Created by: Chikako Kaido

Performer: Hyun Jin Kim

Music: Instailing (Instailing), Comp Vier (Goem)

Video Design: Semiramis Ceylan

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CANTANDO SULLE OSSA (15’)  Vicenza, Italy

Created and Performed by: Francesca Foscarini

Music: I-IV (Gregg Kowalsky)

Costumes: Federica Todesco

Lighting Design: Tiziano Ruggia

JURY PRIZE CHOREOGRAPHY CONTEST

ACCOMPANY (15’) Seoul, South Korea

Created by: Hyauk Jin Geon

Performers: Hyauk Jin Geon, Sun Chun Han

Music: Festival (Sigur RĂłs)

Costumes: Haute Neuf

Lighting Design: Min Jae Kim

AUDIENCE PRIZE SOLO CONTEST

BIRD’S EYE VIEW (12’)  Bologna, Italy

Created and Performed by:Simona Bertozzi

Music: Memory Man, Bed Rock (3/4 Had Been Eliminated)

Costumes: Simona Bertozzi, Marcello Briguglio

Lighting Design: Antonio Rinaldi

AUDIENCE PRIZE CHOREOGRAPHY CONTEST

COEXISTENCE (15’) Seoul, South Korea

Created by:  Boram Kim

Performers: Boram Kim, Kungmin Jang

Music: When A Man Loves A Woman (Percy Sledge), Elephant (Damien Rice), Sidaeyugam (Seo Taiji), Main Title of Taxi Driver (OST by Bernard Hermann)

BEST PERFORMER


MI ARMA (15’) Granada, España

Creadora e Intérprete: Laila Tafur

MĂşsica: Nana Del Caballo Grande (CamarĂłn de la Isla), Deadman (Neil Young)

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SPECIAL  MENTION BY THE JURY FOR THE CHOREOGRAPHY AND PERFORMERS


FIFTH CORNER (14’40”) Barcelona, Spain

Created by: Guido Sarli, Manuel RodrĂ­guez

Performers: Xavi Auquer, Ares D’Angelo, Lautaro Reyes

Music: Houdini Rites, Musik Für Alle (Black To Comm), Jhoto 3 (Pan Sonic), Duettino – Sull’Aria (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)

Costumes: Manuel RodrĂ­guez, Guido Sarli

Lighting Design: Manuel RodrĂ­guez, Guido Sarli