I am performing in Berlin! A runway show: Designer Ulrich Schulte found his love for fashion early in his life and spent his pre-study time in London to gain experiences in tailoring. Later, he studied fashion design at the FH Hannover. Since 2008, Ulrich Schulte works as Head Designer for RIANI and describes his work there as his big love.
A photo gallery of photos from the premiere of our knetic sculpture in at the Kunst im Klub Festival 2013 in Stuttgart. Heart. An interactive video and sound installation by Armando Braswell, Joachim Riederer, Philip Kannicht and Dr. Permi Jhooti.
I was fortunate enough to have many people in my life who helped me keep moving forward. They believed in me. This series is dedicated to all my “angels” who have helped me through those years. They have helped to shape the man I am today. I am not rich or famous, but I am living my dream and I am happy.
It has been over a year since I have been back in Stuttgart. The time has come! Don’t miss the premiere of my new piece entitled “Housed” at the Dance & Music 4 Gala. A charity event for the benefit of the Olgäle Foundation for sick children.(Olgäle Stiftung für das kranke Kind e.V.) It will be nice to dance on that stage again!
For Heart to function, one viewer must offer their own. Exposure of the often hidden relationship between viewer and performer reminds us that, as in life, we are affecting the experience of those around us, however we choose to engage or disengage. Passivity is not an option.
A solo performance
My latest appearance on SYTYCD Ukraine. This time as a dancer… I choreographed this piece just for the show. My 5th premiere in Ukraine. The music is Nat King Cole singing ” Nature Boy”. It was a cool experience… the cameras moving around you… next time I create, I will think differently… very inspiring.
PACEMAKER // EMOTION – kinetic video and sound installation with Joachim M. Riederer, Armando Braswell and Phillip Kannicht.
LUCA Tanzprojekte presented a dance workshop series at the Produktion Zentrum in Stuttgart. The workshop offered two levels of Modern/Jazz class ( taught by me ) and two levels of Contemporary class taught by Michéle Swennen. Those who still had energy left were encouraged to take part in the choreography workshop also taught by Michéle.
What is Armando doing in Kiev, Ukraine???? Choreographing for television ….. I love it. The dancers are passionate and intelligent. This experience has given me a lot to think about.
It was a great evening in Pforzheim. Super organized, lots of chocolate :), and lots of interesting ballets. A GREAT group of dancers. It was a great success.
It was nice to see old friends Salome Martins, and Ihsan Rustem tearing up the stage!!! I was blown away by their smooth, clean, and dynamic quality. A great duet by Patrick Delcroix. It was nice to see them dance again. Shout out to Katja Wünsche…. beautiful as always with a new solo by Marco Goecke. Garazi Perez Oloriz was AMAZING… I have seen this “Hissstory” Pas by Eric Gauthier many times….. I am always amazed at her virtuosity. Thank you to James Sutherland and Ballet Pforzhiem for having us.
Randy B. I danced for you.
It was a great two nights in Waiblingen! Eric Gauthier and Friends was a huge success. A two day gala, with not only great dance, but also interviews with the directors of each group. So nice to be around so many great dancers and see the different styles of the companies. At the end, the directors got on stage and danced Bollywood style with us!!!
When I go home to New York, I always try to do a little bit of everything. I took some classes, saw a show or two, watched some rehearsals, and taught a few workshops. This year I visited Dance Works Dance Center and the New York City Performing Arts Centre. It is always nice to go home and see my friends doing big things. Fallon Preziotti and Christopher Recchia are definitely two of them.
On July 30th, 2011 Phillip Kannicht and I presented “On The Run” a sound installation and improv in Club Zollamt Stuttgart. Presented by Outerim, it was a big success!
I had the chance to work with a group of young people from two youth houses in Stuttgart. Together we put on a performance in Theaterhaus called Ready To Dance! Here is a cool video explaining the project and process. It was a lot of work, but also a lot of fun.
” My second interview will bring you to the wonderful world of Armando Braswell, current member of Gauthier Dance, in Stuttgart, Germany. This man made me laugh throughout college. I always enjoyed being around him because he was full of animated and positive energy. Armando’s outlook on life is an optimistic one. He’s a person who encourages his friends to do their best and an artist who inspires audiences by his passionate dancing.” An interview on The Winger.com written by Bennyroyce Royon.