On July 22 and 23, 2012, in a spectacular, multi-media event at Florence’s Bargello Museum — one of the city’s most prized historic buildings—the grace and talent of dancers and musicians will combine with the Image-Art of Adi Da.
Not-Two Is Peace is an adaptation by the Florence Dance Company of Adi Da's masterpiece, the book, Not-Two Is Peace. Not-Two Is Peace is part of an ongoing collaboration between The Florence Dance Company and the Art of Adi Da, that began in July of 2008 in a Piazza in Florence, Italy. Since then 3 major ballets that have been performed in Italy in the course of over 50 public shows. This now continues in 2012.
For more about the Not-Two Is Peace Dance Event, click here.
A promotional video from The Florence Dance Company showing Divina.com, a work presented in Italy at the Bargello Museum in Florence, in July, 2010. An expanded group of the Florence Dance Company's principal dancers perform a dance based on Dante Alighieri's 700 year-old epic literary masterpiece, "La Divina Commedia" (The Divine Comedy). Choreographed and directed by Keith Ferrone and Marga Nativo, the dance takes place in front of a monumental multimedia display of the breakthrough (and sometimes animated) digital art of Adi Da Samraj. All of this is accompanied by live musical performances from master Florentine pianist, Stefano Maurizi, and the electronic musical mastery of Maurizio Fasolo, and Enzo Regi (who lead the European underground electronic group, Pankow). Voice in song by Hélène Tavernier, guitar Lorenzo Castiglia. Piano preludes introducing each part are composed and performed live by Naamleela Free Jones.
Slide show of this stunning ballet, Quattro Maggiore ("Four Seasons"): Adi Da Samraj per Vivaldi, which combines The Florence Dance Company, the Image-Art of Adi Da Samraj, and the music of Vivaldi's Four Seasons.
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