He can play the horn. He can sing. And that's made him the latest musical star of a great New Orleans tradition. But Trombone Shorty mainly just wants you to dance: "I know you came here to move," he sings to an office full of NPR staff.
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Music by NOLA French Connection Brass Band / Video by Hugo Cohen and Clément Guegan Thanks to Hugo Cohen and Louis "Gaspard" Arnould
Kate Stewart interviews dancer and choreographer Aleah Mo about her World Champion status and working with Jeeni.
La banda navarra Broken Brothers Brass Band versiona "War Time", original de la Hot 8 Brass Band. Enlazan con "Rebirth Melody", de la Rebirth Brass Band.
Chuck Daellenbach and his fresh-faced players, each with red-striped sneakers and matching outfits, strolled into the NPR Music offices, took their places behind Bob Boilen's desk and started blowing as if they'd played this peculiar gig a hundred times.
“There Will Never Be Another You” - Eli Bennett saxophone solo jazz jam session October 11, 2018 JW Marriott Parq Vancouver
Here’s an brass original tune from us!
"His (Dani) delivery is so natural and witty that the hip hop dance that punctuates and illustrates his seminal chatter feels seamless, an almost inevitable embodiment of a sperm’s excitable, tumbling, slyly sliding journey into blissful union." - Ka Bradley
Al – Col – Hol is a visual roller coaster of intense sensation created by #PPL Dance. Rapt by the abusive use of the psychoactive drug – ethanol, freedom is given to the emotions we believe are so easily suppressed. This company brings together their distinctive fusion of street and contemporary dance and their taste for epic visuals to produce this piece of work.
The first in a trilogy of screendance films about our tug-of-war with wilderness. Here we explore a building's decay. The choreography and original score are both in decrescendo to illustrate the building's retreat from the physical world, and Nature's advance on it. Awarded Best Dance Film at the 2012 Fastnet Short Film Festival, and nominated for Best of Festival and Best Original Music.
BYU Ballroom Dance Company Waltz - A Time for Us Choreography: Max Sinitsa, Tatiana Seliverstova, and Curt Holman
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