About ARTCAST Season 2

ARTCAST, the Michele Brangwen Dance Ensemble’s Internet Television Series, returns to YouTube for a second season beginning Sunday November 9 at 8 p.m. ET.

ARTCAST features new dance, music and film created in multiple cities. Season 2 includes episodes created in New York, Houston, Los Angeles and Vancouver.

Episodes are available for viewing anytime immediately following each broadcast on YouTube.com/brangwendance or brangwendance.org

November 9
EPISODE 1: IN AND OUT OF THE SHADOWS
A new film with choreography by
Michele Brangwen & music by
Grammy-nominated composer
Tim Hagans, inspired by John Cassavetes’
film SHADOWS. Guest artist Joe
Hertenstein on drums joins MBDE
dancers and musicians. Houston

November 16
EPISODE 2: ASTORIA
Award-winning filmmaker Peter Josyph
premieres ASTORIA, part 2 of his serial
film NO STANDING IN ST. PETERSBURG.
Part 1 premiered on ARTCAST Season 1.
The Russians are back! ASTORIA stars
Anna Istomina & Raymond Todd. New York

November 23
EPISODE 3: QUANTUM BASS
The Michele Brangwen Dance
Ensemble transforms the Quantum
Bass Center’s studios into an intimate
performance environment. Featuring
Lindsey McGill, Thomas Helton and
Seth Paynter. Houston

November 30
EPISODE 4: RAIN GIRL
A new film with choreography and
text by Michele Brangwen and music
by Tim Hagans. Inspired by
Hemingway’s “Big Two-Hearted River”
tributing the resilience of the
human spirit. Featuring dancer
Robin Gilbert. New York

December 7
EPISODE 5: FILM AT THE TOP
Part 3 of Peter Josyph’s serial film
NO STANDING IN ST. PETERSBURG.
An actress, played by Elena A. Shadrina,
tries to comprehend her enigmatic
director, played by Kevin Larkin.
New York

December 14
EPISODE 6: QUANTUM BASS PART 2
Featuring SQUEAKY DREAM,
conceived by Lindsey McGill and
performed by Roberta Cortes,
Michele Brangwen, Seth Paynter &
Thomas Helton, followed by a duet
by Roberta Cortes & Seth Paynter.
Houston

December 21
EPISODE 7: SITATUNGA
A new work from composer
Mark Masters that tributes the wild and
innovative spirit of legendary saxophonist
Dewey Redman. Performed by the
Mark Masters Jazz Ensemble featuring
Kirsten Edkins. Presented by the
American Jazz Institute. Los Angeles

December 28
EPISODE 8: VANCOUVER
A new documentary short by
filmmaker Yunuen Perez Vertti
about West Coast Women Artists,
a collective of visual artists who
incorporate indigenous art within
a contemporary context. Vancouver

 

 

 

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s