高樱是中国大陆首位获此殊荣的歌手。鲁尼兹亚奖成立于1996年卡拉拉市，为意大利重要的流行音乐奖项，致力于奖励意大利本土最具影响力和最具创作力的歌手，在意大利有着广泛影响力，到目前为止已超过150位歌手荣获这一奖项，获奖人几乎囊括了意大利所有知名歌手，包括世界著名男高音安德烈·波切利(Andre Bocceli），意大利流行音乐天后劳拉普西尼（Laura Pausini），艾罗斯（Eros Ramazotti），苏奇洛（Zucchero），安东那齐（Biagio Antonacci）卡帕来扎（Caparezza）组合等知名艺人。
此前，鲁尼兹亚奖组委会与意中文化交流与发展中心（ICCX）通力合作，成立意中艺术评审委员会，奖励在意大利本土以外的国际歌手奖项，以促进中意文化交流，组委会在为期一年的评选中，最终评选出五名提名奖，分别为张楚，高樱，朱哲琴，汪峰，许巍。最终组委会发言人兼鲁尼兹亚奖主席斯蒂法诺（Stefano De Martino），宣布2014年鲁尼兹亚奖颁发给中国歌手高樱，此外该奖项也得到了意大利驻北京使馆文化处的支持。
2014年6月13日 – 14日
$250, $180, $140
http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XNzA4NjE3NTE2.html (video clips)
關於桑吉加 About Sang Jijia
14.6.2014 (星期六) 演出後
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As If To Nothing
Pass through the ashes of time, recreate the memories between you and me
2010 Hong Kong Dance Awards
- Outstanding Dance Production
- Outstanding Achievement in Choreography
“The choreography is supremely kinetic, with endlessly flowing movement that requires the dancers to contort every part of their bodies.” – South China Morning Post, Hong Kong
“A cutting-edge work.” – Global Times, Beijing
Enter the maze of déjà vu, trapped by our own memories. In every delicate moment, memories seem so close and yet so far. It is slowly swallowed by time. Struggling between remembering and forgetting scattered names, distorted faces, floating time, transforming scenes and familiar plots. What is left inside is emptiness. In this misplaced world, what is real? What is fake?
As If To Nothing is an adrenaline-packed and interactive multimedia work created by the internationally renowned choreographer Sang Jijia, featuring electronic music by Dickson Dee and video design by Adrian Yeung. This tour-de-forcereturns for another breathtaking journey led by CCDC dancers and their extremely physical and emotional performance.
About Sang Jijia
Acclaimed as “the most perfect dancer”, Sang Jijia was selected by the influential American choreographer William Forsythe to work with him at the Frankfurt Ballet for four years. At 23, Sang won the top prize in the men’s section of the 1996 Paris International Modern Dance Competition. He was hailed by the Guangdong province as “Star of the Century” in 1997. At 27, he joined the Rolex Mentor and Protégé Arts Initiative and studied choreography in Germany. Sang’s choreography combines extremely intense physical movement and unique rhythm to create psychological tension and anisotropy. As an internationally renowned choreographer, Sang has choreographed and performed for numerous well-known dance companies in Europe and Asia at their invitation.
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Hong Kong Cultural Centre Foyer Exhibition Area E2
14.6.2014 (Sat) Post-performance
Kwai Tsing Theatre Auditorium
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Full-time students, senior citizens aged 60 or above, people with disabilities and accompanying minder, Comprehensive Social Security Assistance recipients
CCDC reserves the right to substitute artists
The music is commissioned by City Contemporary Dance Company in 2009 with sponsorship from CASH Music Fund
CCDC is financially supported by the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
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[Hong Kong Station] Date and Time: 27/4/2004 (Sun), 6:00pm -11:00pm | Venue: Multi-media Theatre, HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity, Hong Kong
Short film screening curated by So-So Film.
Ticket: $100 (At Door) / $50 (Student)
Following the huge success of the Kill The Silence Festival last year in Macau 18 acts and over 12 hours of live performance, this year we are bringing the festival to both Macau and Hong Kong in April.
Kill The Silence is the only independent music festival that embraces rock, electronic, experimental, noise music and independent short film screening in a genres breaking and boundaries crossing environment.
Presenter: Re-Records, Day’s Eye Records and Twenty Alpha
Venue Sponsor: HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity | Equipment Sponsor: miso tech co ltd
In association with Live Music Association.
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/KillTheSilenceFestival
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Concert by Otomo Yoshihide (大友良英)
Date : 2014-04-25
Location : M1060 Multimedia Theater, Run Run Shaw Creative Media Centre,18 Tat Hong Avenue, Kowloon Tong. Hong Kong
Time : 7:30pm
Lecture by Otomo Yoshihide (大友良英)
Date : 2014-04-29
Location : M6094 Future Cinema Theater, Run Run Shaw Creative Media Centre,18 Tat Hong Avenue, Kowloon Tong. Hong Kong
Time : 7-9 pm
Otomo has been international recognized and prolific in his musical output which has spanned across Free Jazz, Noise, Free Improvisation, Sound Art, and compositions for large amateur ensembles. Over the years he has worked with luminary figures such as John Zorn, Christian Marclay, and Luc Ferrari. In 2013, Otomo won national recognition for his soundtrack for TV drama “Ama-chan” which aired every morning on the national public broadcasting network, NHK. The opening theme quickly became a hit and another song he wrote went on to win the National Records Award of Japan. Now Otomo is Japanese household name, which makes everything even more confusing.
For this exclusive performance at SCM, local musicians Sin:Ned (Electronics), Fiona Lee (Electronics), Chin King (Guzheng), and dj sniff (turntables) will join Otomo in a unique performance inspired by his installation performances Yuheisha (幽閉者) and Ensembles.
Additionally on Tuesday April 29th, Otomo will give a lecture on his work after the 2011 disaster in Japan, Project Fukushima.
For more information check out the SCM announcement webpage.
Some video links of Otomo’s work:
Both programs are free of charge.
Introduction to the Concepts Behind Momentum
A central idea in Chinese culture is the Doctrine of the Mean, or the Middle Way. It is often understood as not too much or too little. This concept of equilibrium is especially important in modern society. The mutual generation and conquest between the Five Elements (wu xing, namely metal, wood, water, fire and earth) in Taoism is a manifestation of the system of equilibrium. However, with rapid urban development and ecological imbalance, it is difficult for men to keep neutral. It is with this in mind that Momentum was created: using Taoist concepts of Nine Halls Diagram (jiu gong), Eight Trigrams (ba gua) and Five Elements as foundation; dance, sound and installation as media; this is an earth-purifying ritual with a message of environmental protection.
Renowned experimental musician Dickson Dee is a long-term collaboration of CCDC. A design teacher introduced him to the Taoist concepts of Nine Halls Diagram, Eight Trigrams and Five Elements when he was a student, bringing his attention to the equilibrium between things and how he can draw inspirations from it. Dickson has been applying these ideas to graphic design, abstract painting and music composition. The ideas are still influencing his life today.
The diagrams in the ancient Yellow River Chart (he tu) and the Inscription of the River Luo (luo shu) are an important part of the philosophies explained in the Book of Changes. They are also the source of the Nine Halls Diagram. Episode I of Momentum is performed at the Peak. Dickson first divides the performance space into nine squares, echoing the Nine Halls Diagram. Then he works out the Eight Trigrams based on cardinal directions. From there, he derives the Five Elements of each area. Each Element has its own corresponding sound, equivalent to Do, Re, Mi, So, La in Western musical scale. There are also corresponding colours, emotions, movements, even internal organs… This forms a framework, within which choreographer Xing Liang and Mui Cheuk-yin create the dance work according to the numerology of each dancer. The pace, the movement, the beginning, the end, everything about the work comes from this framework, echoing the corresponding Element. At the same time, Dickson also places 21 pieces of rock according to the framework. Some are filled with water, others hold plants, branches or urban refuse. A few pieces of wood coal are placed in the other end of the performance space, symbolising the natural cycle of life and death. The music and sound effects are also created according to the same framework.
The performance is devised to evoke a sense of harmony, peace and joy, as well as to cultivate a new understanding of nature, space, traditional culture and environmental protection.
Episode I, “Natural Forest Version”, is a site-specific dance work performed in an open, grass-covered park, whereas Episode II, “Concrete Forest Version” is performed in the confined space of an art gallery. Likewise, the work is based on Taoist concepts, with multimedia and sound installations laid out according to the Nine Halls Diagram, Eight Trigrams and Five Elements. Visitors can take part in this interactive game according to the animal that represents their birth year, to find quietness and serenity in this loud and bustling city.
編舞 Choreographers：梅卓燕 Mui Cheuk-yin、邢亮 Xing Liang
1a Space Gallery
City Contemporary Dance Company is financially supported by the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.
A Sonic Tribute to Zbigniew Karkowski (1958-2013)
An update on the sound compilation tribute to Zbigniew Karkowski.
As of today, I have already received the contributions from 13 people.
Almost one hundred artists, however, said they’d contribute and many of you
have asked for an extension of the January 31st deadline.
Therefore, the deadline for sending your tracks/pieces has been extended to:
Another additional reason for this extension is that I’ve just received
confirmation that we have found the resources (available only from March)
to make a physical edition of this tribute compilation (most likely a data
DVD with uncompressed audio files, due to the amount of total recorded
This would be through the non-profit “SONM” initiative (Sound Archive of
Experimental Music and Sound Art) I created as few years ago in the
“Puertas de Castilla” Cultural Center in Murcia, Southern Spain:
Some of Zbigniew’s work, which he personally pased on to me, is already in
and also –thanks to the contributions of Thomas BW Bailey and Carl Michael
von Hausswolff- also an incipient section/tribute to Zbigniew:
Those resources include being able to send 5 copies of the physical release
to all participating artists. Any distribution of any remaining copies
(SONM is not a label/distributor and is a non-profit organization) will go
into covering some manufacturing+postage expenses. If any profits are made
(unfortunately very unlikely) they will all go to Atsuko Nojiri, partner of
In addtion to this, an online / streaming-only release of the compilation
will also be done in parallel through the SONM Archive website.
With best regards,
Tuesday, December 17 grudnia 2013
Centrum Sztuki Wspolczesnej SOLVAY Modern Art Center
Zakopianska 62, Krakow
Edwin van der Heide, Atau Tanaka, Vj Milosz … Skype
Marek Choloniewski, Mariusz Pedzialek, Michal Gorczyca, Konrad Gęca,Dickson Dee …in Solvay
- please send us 3 seconds long audio or video piece to be part of collaborative composition dedicated to Zbigniew, all performed during the concert
audio or video send to: firstname.lastname@example.org (before 7pm European time)
JIMFestival 2013 produced by Asia Network & Noise Asia
999Royal Suites & Tower
Power Station Of Art
Shaw Modern Art University
Shanghai / Power Station Of Art
Beijing / 北京二十二号院街艺术区
Shenzhen / Q Cafe - 999Royal Suites & Tower and Today Club - OCAT
東言舍藝術設計研究所 (Beijing) www.otonowork.org
here are some great artists confirmed to join this year JIMF,
the offical home page: http://jim-festival.com/
-上海当代艺术博物馆 Power Station Of Art (Shanghai)
-邵氏現代艺术学院 Shaw Modern Art University (Beijing)
-丹枫白露酒店 Q Cafe/999Royal Suites&Tower (Shenzhen)
-今日俱乐部 Today Club (Shenzhen)