Thursday, October 4, 2012

Adam Kinner & Roque review

Dear Montréal,

We spoke with the inspirational Adam Kinner today on Movement Museum.  Adam is a musician who has discovered dance and is running wild with this new passion of his.  He is currently working on his graduate degree at Concordia, he is participating in the Danses Buissonnières - Classe 2012 with his piece I’m faking it, and has plenty of other projects on the go.  He also shares with us a couple of his great music tracks.

We let the interview run long since Adam was such a pleasure to talk to, and then turned out attention to a team review/debate of Manuel Roque’s Ne meurs pas tout de suite, on nous regarde.  The show was presented at Tangente on the weekend of September 20th.  You can catch our interview with Manuel during our episode from that week.  Allison and J.D. have very different tastes in dance, and it’s always fun to discuss a show we’ve both seen!

Our show from OCTOBER 4th, 2012


Until next week,

J.D. Papillon and Allison Burns

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