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THE INDIAN AESTHETICS OF EMOTIONS (RASA) BY DR. PROF. DILIP LOUNDO

A lecture on the understanding of the Indian Aesthetics While exploring in-depth the meaning and the concept of ‘classic’, it would be essential to include into one’s perceptions and studies a fundamental attitude of celebration of diversity. The Art Heritage Exchange had precisely this in mind while deciding to create a platform for a wide […]

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Same project, different countries: the Art Heritage Exchange power

INTERVIEW TO OUR PROJECT MATES Last month, Dancehaus Review had the opportunity to interview four participants of Art Heritage Exchange, an online international project managed by Dancehaus Accademia Susanna Beltrami in collaboration with Eurasia Dance Project International Network. It’s curated by Susanna Beltrami, Lorenzo Conti and Stefano Fardelli.  The idea behind the project came from […]

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ART HERITAGE EXCHANGE

[VIDEO PRIMO STEP] Che cos’è un classico?/What is a classic? 60 studenti danzatori provenienti da tutto il mondo assieme a ospiti speciali e professionisti della cultura stanno lavorando a un progetto di scambio internazionale targato DanceHaus Susanna Beltrami & EurAsia Dance Project International Network dal quale nascerà una perfomance collettiva unica nel suo genere e […]

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INTERVISTA A MICHELE TADINI

MUSICA Nato e cresciuto a Milano, il musicista, compositore e docente di composizione (elettroacustica, live electronics) presso il CNSMD (Conservatorio Nazionale di Musica e Danza) di Lione, Michele Tadini, si diploma in chitarra e in composizione al Conservatorio di Milano e si specializza con Franco Donatoni alla Chigiana di Siena. Studia musica elettronica e qualsiasi stile […]

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ART HERITAGE EXCHANGE PROJECT

Art heritage exchange project – week 1 On Wednesday 2 December 2020, at 3 pm CET time, 62 dancers from 5 continents, 16 countries logged onto a Zoom meeting. One second before, they were scattered all around the globe; one second later, they were side by side on a screen and became, somehow, connected. I […]