All the fun of a juggling convention; with an official Ministry workshop or two thrown in and a late-night contact-only cabaret. EJC 2006 was a blast! Enjoy the video!
Spherclism (Poipoipoi Matt) has made a DVD, mostly from the Poi community, with other manipulation too, Diabolo, staff and Multi Ball contact from Drew and raf.
Trailer availiable on google video
Details of the DVD content
Still from the DVD
I’ve only seen the edit of my bit, it was filmed in just 20 minutes at bristol juggling convention. and I love what Matt has done with it, he’s taken my performance, my work and added to it with his editing, and choice of music, so that the final piece of film isn’t what I would have created on my own, it’s better, it’s a combination of both our art.
Looking forward to seeing the final product when it come out…soon.
Musicality workshop picture
Musicality workshop picture 2
A few people have e-mailed me to ask what music was played during Drews Musicality Workshop at EJC 2006
Also at Play Festival, and at Ueberpoi 2005 and Nottingham 2005
Here’s the track listing:
Quannum – “I Changed My Mind”
The warm up spin was too this lovely track which Ryan and I used as the soundtrack for the Bodyrolling Montage
The Turtles – Happy Together
For the Beat and bigger changes in the music
Yann Tiersen – Amelie Soundtrack Tracks 2 and 3 A great album for movers manipulatiors and Jugglers.
Zeida – Track 1 French hip hop that I got from the Berlin Circus crowd, I don’t even know if I spell it right or what the album is called!
Gorillaz – Clint Eastwood
for the wicked Bass line
Serge Gainsbourg – Angoisse
Feeling and mood – Sadness
Shimon and Andy C – Body Rock
Feelig and mood – Bounce bounce
Unknown Artist – Zorba the Greek
A wicked progessive tempo version which starts too slow to do anything useful, and finishes too fast. I didn’t play this at EJC this time but normally do in the workshop.
Paul Mauriat – Etude in the Form of Rythm and Blues and
Walther Murphy – 1/5th of Beathoven – from the Saturday night Fever Soundtrack
Fun stuff at the end – I’ve soo got to make routines to these 2.
A huge thank you to the super dude peg master Burning Dan for once again rescuing me in the Music Department. That’s 3 times now, this is starting to become a habit. Thanks dude.
And big thanks to everyone who came and wiggled and made it soo much fun for me to run. 🙂
Any other questions just post them below in coments
First batch up on Flickr
A beautiful artistic bicycle act from Germany. Filmed in 2001
Music by Vanessa Mae