CHOREOGRAPHY IN ITS CONTEXT. Why is each choreographer’s work different?. Choreography is always influenced by the individual artists’ personal history, attitudes and values the culture of the company and its people and the social environment of the choreographer and company.
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Choreography is always influenced by
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He joined Jazzart as a dancer, teacher and choreographer, later taking over the performance company in 1986. Under his direction, a philosophy of professional dance training and performance emerged that was inclusive and all-encompassing, recognising the importance of the socio-political and economic context.
Jay Pather, Vusabantu Ngema, Jenny van Papendorp, Dawn Langdown, Sharon Friedman, Christopher Kindo, Mark Fleishmann, Jenny Resnick, Sonwabo Masepe, Balu Searll, Sifiso Kweyama, Sbonakaliso Ndaba and Ondine Bello and many others
Hinkel forged a teaching and performance ethos based in the populist thinking of the South African political ‘struggle’.He was concerned with race and gender discrimination issues and focused on serving disadvantaged communities. Strongly politically aware, Jazzart Dance Theatre provided both the tool (the dance company) and the medium (the performance works) for political protest
an era with the l populist thinking of the South African political ‘struggle’.
"Bolero"AA Vita Award winning work Taken from http://www.jazzart.co.za/
Taken from was first performed using, as it did, Western classical music, a racially mixed cast, and the juxtaposition of contemporary, classical, African traditional, Indian and Mpantsula steps.http://www.jazzart.co.za/