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« The work’s biggest asset, however, was Linda Bouchard’s fresh-sounding and nicely structured score. It started with children’s voices and evolved into electronic textures from which acoustical instruments, most notably two violins, emerged like beacons from the fog. At the end the voices returned, and a vaguely perceived canon, Frere Jacques, rounded off the composition. »

Par Rita Feliciano pour Dance View West
12 février 2014
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«  Nelson’s « RingRoundRozi, » from last year, begins as a playful romp. Dancers dash and skitter madly across the stage, bounding and leapfrogging, balancing on their hands and catching themselves effortlessly. Linda Bouchard’s commissioned sound collage, featuring children’s voices and percussion, jostles with Nelson’s intermingling traffic patterns for quick-shifting groups of dancers. With precision the dancers cut diagonals and carve curves from thin air. »

Par Lisa Traiger pour Washington Post
2005
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« RingRoundRozi,” created by KT Nelson, whose title is co-artistic director, begins with dancers lounging at the front of the stage in practice clothes. As David Finn’s stark lighting and Linda Bouchard’s score evoke an ominous atmosphere, dancers splinter off into largely conventional duets and trios that frequently fall short of mirroring the mood. The exception is a poignant duet for Justin Flores and Ms. Zivolich, who, in a series of daring lifts, manage to infuse the choreography with a darting, candid musicality. »

Par Gia Kourlas pour New York Times
14 octobre 2005
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“Two weeks ago, on the opening night of ODC’s Dance annual “Dancing Downtown” season, the revival of co-artistic director’s KT Nelson’s smashing RingRoundRozi stole a bit of thunder from the two premiers by artistic director Brenda Way.”

Par Allan Ulrich pour San Francisco Chronicles
Mars 2005


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