‘Taken by the Hand’ is a collection of five worlds colliding for one unifying dance. Our movement represents time, its passage and its impact, our emotive performance is combined with messages of community.
Watch a Flamenco show based on the question; does dance movement have a gender?
With choreographer and principal dancer of the Spanish National Ballet, it’s a co-production with
Sadlers Wells Theatre, Seville Flamenco Biennial, and the Flamenco Festival.
El Salto represented Spain at Expo 2020 in Dubai
Will be a large-scale spectacle of dance and live music, which will take place at the Tower of London, one of the capital’s most iconic buildings, from Wed 18 – Sun 22 July 2018. Directed by Hofesh Shechter, East Wall will bring together a large cast of dancers, musicians and community participants to celebrate east London’s rich cultural heritage.
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Ana Morales, Director Guillermo Weickert and composer Sabio Janiak share and the results of a ten-day residency in which the artists will explore the potential of silence as a performing.
THE MANDRAKE HOTEL – THE SON OF GOD
Institute of Contemporary Arts for Channel 4
Hagit Yakira Dance
Free Falling – premiere at Sadler’s Wells 2016 London
Choreography: Hagit Yakira
Composer/Musician: Sabio Janiak
Ella Mesma Company
Lady Like – performance at Sadler’s Wells – Jun 2016 London
Sabio Janiak FT Marina Avetisian
LOOP DANCE – Hanging Heavy
DIVIDED 2016 The Place – London
Hagit Yakira Dance in a Research and Development of a new ‘people project’
On falling And Recovering
Choreographer- Hagit Yakira
Composer/Musician – Sabio Janiak
Videography – Kiraly Saint Claire
Lee Smikle, Shoreditch Youth Dance Company and Guests.
SYD Spirit Workshops 2016
Soul Of Fado
This is the Promo Video of Soul of Fado, a new outdoor show fusing Fado music with contemporary dance and pyrotechnics. It was filmed at GDIF 2014.
NuFado is an intimate work that fuses contemporary dance, narrative, enchanting melodies and electronic harmonies. Created by performer Nuno Silva, following the highly successful run of ‘A Darker Shade of Fado’ at Greewich Dance, this show features famous Fado songs from Lisbon, such as ‘Barco Negro’ and ‘Foi Deus’, as well as new electronic compositions.
The fusion of contemporary and traditional Portugese music is performed by Nuno and played by eclectic musician Sabio Janiak. The music will be recreated with a unique combination of instruments, beatboxing, loops, electronic sounds and the traditional guitar.
Vocal/dance – Nuno Silva
Music/muli-instrumentalis -Sabio Janiak
Sabio & Sister Elements
Has spent the past 10 years performing in the UK and overseas under the moniker of Sarah Sayeed, and grew her reputation as ‘the fearless lyricist’ over this period. Bobby Friction described her as ‘A 360 degree conscious artist’, Asiana Magazine called her ‘The Asian Lily Allen’ and Live Nation stated that was an artist ‘Clearly in the driving seat and moving forward.’ The real proclamation came for the artist when a fan described her work and her thinking as ‘Ahead of Her Time’ Over the last 3 years Sister Elements has emerged as a new artist with a statement a vision. More mature and with more musical skills under her belt, she is out to prove she can grace the stages with her captivating live performances, and create music/albums which speak and reach out to people. In this exciting collaboration, Sister Elements works with The Sabio – live act to create powerful energetic new musical work.
LCP’s Dance Theatre 2011 remarkable production “Rights(?)” was sponsored by the BBC, in collaboration with the African dance company Tavaziva Dance. LCP Dance Theatre was formed in 2006 and is led by Polish Artistic Director Joanna Puchala who is now based in London. It is a multi-media and multi-ethnic dance company that uses live performance and film to raise awareness of human rights violations.
Both of the past two editions of Fashion Culture event proved a great success and the project has earned a wide recognition within the European fashion industry. Since the beginning, Fashion Culture has been supported by many influential representatives from the wide circles of art, culture and diplomacy, such as Prince Jan Zylinski and Republic of Poland Ambassador to the United Kingdom – Witold Sobkow.
Partners of the third edition of the project include:
University of the Arts – London College of Fashion and Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design (UK) Beckman’s College of Design (Sweden), Polimoda (Italy) Flanders Fashion Institue (Belgium), ESMOD (Germany) Cracow School of Art and Fashion Design and Cracow School of Art and Fashion Design – SAPU (Poland).
The Sabio feat Joanna Quail – White House
Victor Fung – L’Étranger
Victor Fung’s latest productionL’Étranger is a contemporary dance work departing from Albert Camus’s novel which explores the notion of time as a human experience. At times elaborated and suspended while stranded and disjointed at others, the protagonists finds themselves caught in fleeting moments of presence and existence.
Featuring a cast of some of the finest dance artists in Hong Kong together with an original score by Polish composer Sabio Janiak and lighting design by Lee Chi Wai, L’Étranger brings a unique cinematic experience to the live stage.
Needlefoot creates extraordinary dance worlds which transform your location and bring the twist in the tale to your live event.
Shoreditch Youth Dance
Performance Collaboration Exploration Education Choreography Training Shoreditch Youth Dance is a practice based education, training & leadership programme which supports and works with young people and emerging/ transitioning professional dancers. Founded in January 2010, SYD have been passionately creating challenging & inspiring projects whilst continuing to explore best practice in how to nurture and work creatively with and alongside young people. Young people and artists involved in SYD take part in all decision making and support the Artistic Director as young artist & leaders in training.
Arts Odyssey believes in ‘unity through diversity’. Using arts and culture as a transformative tool for social change we endeavour to increase intercultural harmony both within and across communities. Values of democracy, peace, global citizenship and human rights are central to our work.
Between chaos and consciousness – Hyperphysics – the book of knowledge
“SplaShow” is bringing a new flow to the sea of London show life and if you are looking for a mind blowing show… then fasten your seat belts and get ready for a SPLASH SHOW!
We present our style and vision of the shows organising by arranging our own ones involving new talents who need a chance to give a taste of their quality and together we’re making performances interesting and spectacular.