This week, Vancouver dance makers Josh Beamish and Noam Gagnon team-up at the Dancing on the Edge Festival, Cor Flammae explores found and created safety and shelter, and Flygirl Productions serves up some Wild Fruit.
Two of Vancouver’s most celebrated gay dance makers join forces as Josh Beamish dances in Noam Gagnon’s fighting chance (Jul 11 & 13), as part of the 2016 Dancing on the Edge Festival. This new work explores the dynamic tensions that move us and the possibility of success if great effort is made.
Cor Flammae, Vancouver’s summer chorus of classically trained, queer singers, presents a pair of concerts this week. In Refuge: Sanctuary (Jul 15) and Refuge: City (Jul 16) the choir explores found and created safety and shelter featuring new works by Vancouver composers Shane Raman and Michael Park, plus works by Peter Tchaikovsky, Joan Szymko, Stephen Smith, Rodney Sharman, and Dominique Phinot,
Flygirl productions presents Wild Fruit (Jul 15), an LGTBQ dance party and the only place you’ll find Madonna, Daft Punk, and the Spice Girls together. Billed as the the home of music that doesn’t take itself too seriously, the evening features your secret guilty pleasures and sing along wonders with Riki Rocket as DJ Tanner.