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V Aniversário do Grupo de Capoeira Angola Irmãos Guerreiros – Porto

De 05 à 07 de Abril de 2013 / 5th of April to 7th of April 2013

O núcleo do Porto celebrará o seu quinto aniversário e todos os Capoeriristas serão bem-vindos a celebrar connosco: Vamos vadiar!!
The group in Porto will celebrate its 5th birthday and all Capoeiristas are more than welcome to celebrate with us: Vamos vadiar!!

Proporcionaremos 3 dias de treinos de Capoeira, música e rodas para principiantes e avançados com:
3 days of Capoeira training and music classes for beginners and advanced and many rodas with:

CM Perna (Irmãos Guerreiros– SP/Bremen)

Fundador do primeiro Grupo Irmãos Guerreiros no “Velho Continente”, sediado à 8 anos em Bremen na Alemanha. No Cazua da Cultura, desenvolve diversas actividades para crianças, jovens e adultos, tendo a capoeira angola como mote principal mas também musica e percussão, o samba de roda e outras expressões da cultura afro-brasileira. O objectivo principal deste espaço cultural é levar a toda a Europa, e especificamente a Bremen um pouquinho da cultura afro-brasileira.

The founder of the first Irmãos Guerreiros’s Group in the “Old World” located in Bremen Germany since 8 years. At Cazua da Cultura he provides several activities for children, youth and adults being Capoeira angola its primary focus but also music, percussion, samba de roda and other forms of afro-brazilian culture expressions. The main objective of this cultural spot is to bring to Europe and expressly to Bremen a bit of the afro-brazilian culture.

Prof Kenneth (Irmãos Guerreiros – Salvador/Viena)

Iniciou-se na capoeira angola em 1987 no Grupo de Capoeira Angola Pelourinho (GCAP).

Realizando trabalho enquanto Professor de capoeira com o Grupo Irmãos Guerreriros desde 2007, sediado em Viena, juntamente com seus alunos desenvolve diversos eventos de capoeira angola. A título de exemplo, o Solifest , projecto de solidariedade social e recolha de fundos para manutenção de um projecto social com crianças carentes na periferia de São Paulo; O “Dia da Consciência Negra”, evento que procura lembrar a resistência do negro à escravidão; e o Suncamp, evento reconhecido e valorizado por capoeiristas de toda a Europa.

He has starter capoeira angola in 1987 with Grupo de Capoeira Angola Pelourinho (GCAP).

Working within Irmãos Guerreiros’s Group as a Professor since 2007, located in Vienna together with is students he directs several capoeira angola events. Solifest, a social solidarity and found rising program for needed children in São Paulo’s periphery; “Dia da Consciência Negra” to remember the African people resistance to slavery; and Suncamp a well known and respected event among european Capoeiristas, just to point out some examples.

Prof Tijolo (Irmãos – SP/Porto)

Praticante de Capoeira desde 1992, começa a exercer a função de Professor de Capoeira Angola no ano de 1997, sobre a orientação do Mestre Baixinho e Mestre Marrom (responsáveis do grupo). Desde então, foi responsável por leccionar esta arte no Centro Comunitário da Cuhabe Educandário (Bairro de São Paulo, Brasil). Actualmente, é o representante em países lusos do Grupo Irmãos Guerreiros, leccionando e divulgando a arte de Capoeira Angola no Porto e em Lisboa.

He’s been practicing Capoeira angola since 1992 and in 1997 starts is work as Irmãos Guerreiros’s Professor under Mestre’s Baixinho and Mestre’s Marrom advice. Since that date he was the person in charge to teach capoeira angola in Centro Comunitário da Cuhabe Educandário (a São Paulo district). Nowadays e is the main figure of the Grupo Irmãos Guerreiros in Portugal, teaching and spreading Capoeria Angola both in Porto and Lisbon.

Mestre Murah (Dança Afro-brasileira/ Afro-brazilian Dance – SP/Berlim)

Dançarino, coreógrafo, gestor cultural e professor de dança

Docente e coreógrafo em São Paulo, este mestre da dança privilegiou na sua trajectória artística a dança afro-brasileira, com raízes no Candomblé. „A dança tem grande importância no âmbito dos rituais“, explica Murah. Consagrado Babalorixá, chega à Europa onde desde 1991 trabalha em diversos projectos com o mestre de percussão brasileira, Dudu Tucci, formando um duo respeitado, premiado por performances como „Obaluaê“ (1993) e Dança dos Elementos (1997).

Actualmente, enquanto gestor cultural do Centro intercultural Forum Brasil no bairro de Kreuzberg, oferece diversos cursos de dança, canto e diversos workshops.

Dancer, choreographer, cultural manager and teacher, this dancing master has always privileged afro-brazilian dance (rooted in Candomblé) in is artistically trajectory. “Dance is of great importance in the rituals” explains Murah the respected Babalorixá. He has arrived in Europe in 1991. Since then he’s been working in duo with Dudu Tucci. They’ve been recognized and awarded for “Obaluâe” (1993) and Dança dos Elementos (1997).

Nowadays he is the manager of Centro Intercultural Forum Brazil in Kreuzberg district – Berlin. There you may find several dancing and chanting workshops.

Porto: Encontro Capoeira Angola – III Aniversário IRMÃOS GUERREIROS

O núcleo do Porto celebrará o seu terceiro aniversário e todos os Capoeriristas serão bem-vindos a celebrar connosco: Vamos vadiar!!

The group in Porto will celebrate its 3rd birthday and all Capoeiristas are more than welcome to celebrate with us: Vamos vadiar!!

 

Proporcionaremos 3 dias de treinos de Capoeira, música e rodas para principiantes e avançados com:

3 days of Capoeira training and music classes for beginners and advanced and many rodas with:

 

CM Perna (Irmãos Guerreiros– SP/Bremen)

Fundador do primeiro Grupo Irmãos Guerreiros no “Velho Continente”, sediado à 8 anos em Bremen na Alemanha.

No Cazua da Cultura, desenvolve diversas actividades para crianças, jovens e adultos, tendo a capoeira angola como mote principal mas também musica e percussão, o samba de roda e outras expressões da cultura afro-brasileira. O objectivo principal deste espaço cultural é levar a toda a Europa, e especificamente a  Bremen um pouquinho da cultura afro-brasileira.

The founder of the first Irmãos Guerreiros’s Group in the “Old World” located in Bremen Germany since 8 years .

At Cazua da Cultura he provides several activities for children, youth and adults being Capoeira angola its primary focus but also music, percussion, samba de roda and other forms of afro-brazilian culture expressions. The main objective of this cultural spot is to bring to Europe and expressly to Bremen a bit of the afro-brazilian culture.

 

Prof Kenneth (Irmãos Guerreiros – Salvador/Viena)

Iniciou-se na capoeira angola em 1987 no Grupo de Capoeira Angola Pelourinho (GCAP).

Realizando trabalho enquanto Professor de capoeira com o Grupo Irmãos Guerreriros desde 2007, sediado em Viena, juntamente com seus alunos desenvolve diversos eventos de capoeira angola. A título de exemplo, o Solifest , projecto de solidariedade social e recolha de fundos para manutenção de um projecto social com crianças carentes na periferia de São Paulo; O “Dia da Consciência Negra”, evento que procura  lembrar a resistência do negro à escravidão; e o Suncamp, evento reconhecido e valorizado por capoeiristas de toda a Europa.

 

He has starter capoeira angola in 1987 with Grupo de Capoeira Angola Pelourinho (GCAP).

Working within Irmãos Guerreiros’s Group as a Professor since 2007, located in Vienna together with is students he directs several capoeira angola events. Solifest, a social solidarity and found rising program for needed children in São Paulo’s periphery; “Dia da Consciência Negra” to remember the African people resistance to slavery; and Suncamp a well known and respected event among european Capoeiristas, just to point out some examples.


Prof Tijolo (Irmãos – SP/Porto)

Praticante de Capoeira desde 1992, começa a exercer a função de Professor de Capoeira Angola no ano de 1997, sobre a orientação do Mestre Baixinho e Mestre Marrom (responsáveis do grupo). Desde então, foi responsável por leccionar esta arte no Centro Comunitário da Cuhabe Educandário (Bairro de São Paulo, Brasil).  Actualmente, é o representante em países lusos do Grupo Irmãos Guerreiros, leccionando e divulgando a arte de Capoeira Angola no Porto e em Lisboa.

 

He’s been practicing Capoeira angola since 1992 and in 1997 starts is work as Irmãos Guerreiros’s Professor under Mestre’s Baixinho and Mestre’s Marrom advice. Since that date he was the person in charge to teach capoeira angola in Centro Comunitário da Cuhabe Educandário (a São Paulo district). Nowadays e is the main figure of the Grupo Irmãos Guerreiros in Portugal, teaching and spreading Capoeria Angola both in Porto and Lisbon.


Mestre Murah (Dança Afro-brasileira/ Afro-brazilian Dance – SP/Berlim)

Dançarino, coreógrafo, gestor cultural e professor de dança

Docente e coreógrafo em São Paulo, este mestre da dança privilegiou na sua trajectória artística a dança afro-brasileira, com raízes no Candomblé. „A dança tem grande importância no âmbito dos rituais“, explica Murah. Consagrado Babalorixá, chega à Europa onde desde 1991 trabalha em diversos projectos com o mestre de percussão brasileira, Dudu Tucci, formando um duo respeitado, premiado por performances como „Obaluaê“ (1993) e Dança dos Elementos (1997).

Actualmente, enquanto gestor cultural do Centro intercultural Forum Brasil no bairro de Kreuzberg, oferece diversos cursos de dança, canto e diversos workshops.

 

Dancer, choreographer, cultural manager and teacher, this dancing master has always privileged afro-brazilian dance (rooted in Candomblé) in is artistically trajectory. “Dance is of great importance in the rituals” explains Murah the respected Babalorixá. He has arrived in Europe in 1991. Since then he’s been working in duo with Dudu Tucci. They’ve been recognized and awarded for “Obaluâe” (1993) and Dança dos Elementos (1997).

Nowadays he is the manager of Centro Intercultural Forum Brazil in Kreuzberg district – Berlin. There you may find several dancing and chanting workshops.

 

 

 

Custos / Costs:

The fee will be 65€ for all 3 days.

2 Dias / Days – 55€

1 Dia / Day – 30€

1 Oficina / 1 Class – 15€

 

Contacto / Contact:

Prof. Tijolo

(+351 913398386)

(+351 922199263)

[email protected]

 

Cumprimentos,

Professor Tijolo

 

DANCEBRAZIL & Mestre Jelon no New York Times

There was enough appreciative whistling to make a construction worker blush at Skirball Center at New York University on Saturday night, when DanceBrazil rolled through town with its crowd-pleasing style of high-octane, high-flying, pelvis-swiveling choreography. And let’s not forget the revealing costumes: the phrase “six-pack abs” doesn’t begin to do these folks justice.

Act II of “Ritmos,” or rhythms, by DanceBrazil’s artistic director, Jelon Vieira, was true to its title. Accompanied by Tote Gira’s live, percussive feast of a score, the work moved between silky samba sections and explosions of capoeira, Brazil’s martial arts dance. The performers, all men save for two women, might spend a bit less time hamming it up for the crowd and a bit more focusing on the intimate social dynamics that can make capoeira — with its spinning, lashing kicks and power moves executed in close quarters — so captivating. Still, it’s hard to be grumpy in the face of such an unabashed display of bravado, especially by dancers like these, whose rhythmic intelligence elevates sometimes stock material.

“Inura,” a premiere by the former Alvin Ailey dancer Carlos dos Santos Jr., is more ambitious, described in program notes as an exploration of the energy associated with the Yoruba deity Exu. Tania León’s score, which she conducted, features a spookily strange chorus and intriguing orchestration, creating a richly ritualistic mood. Here the women are given more to do, often taking central roles in sensual, impressionistic passages that meld capoeira with a modern fusion of styles reminiscent of Ailey.

These passages, like Manny Vega’s costumes, are sometimes more fussy than complex. Yet the eye and ears are drawn in and inclined to linger. CLAUDIA LA ROCCO

LAURA PAWEL

Dance Company

Baryshnikov Arts Center

“This is old school,” my neighbor said to me in a stage whisper during intermission at Laura Pawel’s dance program at the Baryshnikov Arts Center on Friday night. “Very Sarah Lawrence.” Ms. Pawel, who formed her company in 1968 after graduating from Sarah Lawrence College, approaches movement from a pedestrian, post-Judson Dance Theater aesthetic. There is a good deal of talking while moving; and the dancing, characterized by skipping, walking and shuffling, isn’t strenuous but deftly composed. Ms. Pawel experiments with improvisation within set choreographic structures.

Dancing with Ms. Pawel in the short trilogy of dances, “Sphinx,” “Phoenix” and “Griffins,” Pamela Finney was a grounded, austere counterpart to the choreographer’s lissome walks on demipoint and wiggling fingers. But the majority of works were for the group. In “Brambles,” from 2007, the dancers slyly commented on the aging process while contrasting off-kilter phrases with stillness. “I didn’t bump my head on the corner of anything today, and it doesn’t hurt,” Ms. Finney observed with deadpan flair.

The approach of talking and dancing extended to Ms. Pawel’s “There Might Be Mangoes,” a premiere for six brightly costumed performers set to live jazz music by the Cecilia Coleman Quartet. While the lines were funny in “Brambles” because the dancers seemed unaware of their humor, the dialogue was overly self-conscious in “Mangoes.” For Ms. Pawel to succeed in making an old form look alive, innocence can’t be sacrificed for a laugh. GIA KOURLAS

 
DanceBrazil members performing Jelon Vieira’s “Ritmos.”
By THE NEW YORK TIMES
Published: March 22, 2009

Skirball Center
for the Performing Arts

 
Fonte: http://www.nytimes.com