July 7, 1994
The Jazzantiqua Dance Ensemble is holding auditions for apprentice dancers at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Dance Collective studio, 4327 Degnan Blvd., Leimert Park Dancers must be between 16 and 21, and those with a minimum of two years of training are encouraged to apply. The audition will be in the form of a jazz dance class. The apprenticeship program is designed to prepare dancers to become full members of Jazzantiqua, a dance company that focuses on concert jazz dance.
July 3, 1994
The Jazzantiqua Dance Ensemble is holding auditions for apprentice dancers at the Dance Collective studio, 4327 Degnan Blvd., at 1 p.m. Saturday. Dancers must be between 16 and 21, and those with a minimum of two years' intensive training are encouraged to apply. The audition is in the form of a jazz dance class. The apprenticeship program is designed to prepare dancers to become full members of Jazzantiqua, a dance company that focuses on developing and performing concert jazz dance.
October 31, 1993 |
Two local artists have received a $4,500 grant to complete their multimedia interpretation of the late artist Romare Beardon's collage art. Choreographer Pat Taylor and composer Mark Shelby of Leimert Park worked for about a year on "The Art of Jazz--'Romare,' " a music-dance collaboration of Beardon's multilayered artwork. Beardon died in 1988.
February 14, 1988
Chapman College outscored Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, 25-6, in the first 10 minutes and coasted to a 76-61 California Collegiate Athletic Assn. men's basketball victory Saturday at home. Chapman (5-5, 14-9) shot 77% in the first half, compared to 27% for the Mustangs. Cal Poly made only two of its first 16 shots from the field and ended up shooting only 38% for the game. Chapman who 65%.
April 21, 1997 |
When music and movement are energetically fused, great things can happen. Such was the case Saturday night at Los Angeles Theatre Center, where the locally based company Jazzantiqua presented "Midtown Sunset," a jazz ballet suite celebrating the Harlem Renaissance. Inspired by the art of Romare Bearden and poetry of Langston Hughes, the previously seen work exudes a heartfelt and compelling honesty.
June 26, 1994 |
BLACK/NOTE "Jungle Music" Columbia * * * Post-bop combo Black/Note has done more for the L.A. jazz scene than any group in recent memory. The band's jump to a major label is the envy of the handful of L.A. ensembles that plow the same ground on the revitalized Crenshaw jazz scene. In its favor, Black/Note functions as a unit--no single member is being touted as the next big thing. But Black/Note does fit the record business's infatuation with revivalism.