Invisible Heroes 1998
Supreme Court, Darwin
Co-Production with Arafura Ensemble, Invisible Heroes is a celebration of facets of our identity as Australians. This joint performance between Tracks professional dancers, Tracks Dance Mob, Aboriginal student placement Stanley Stanislaus, and the Arafura Ensemble, involved the choreography of new works using music by Australian composers, Andrew Heleberg (Darwin), Peter Sculthorpe and Romano Crivici (Electra Quartet).
Invisible Heroes is a celebration of facets of our identity as Australians and the Australian experience: the land, our multicultural society, the influences of the ANZACS and ANZAC day, and survivors of WW11. The project aimed at building new audiences for both Tracks and the Arafura Ensemble, creating new original work, collaborating with artists from other art forms and collaborating with local artists. It gave Tracks Mob an opportunity to perform and provided Stanley an opportunity to choreograph and have his work seen. One performance only April 26.
Invisible Heroes is a celebration of facets of our identity as Australians and the Australian experience: the land, our multicultural society, the influence of Anzac’s and ANZAC Day and survivors of war.
Sarah Calver, David McMicken, Stanley Stanislaus, Arafura Ensemble
Tracks: David McMicken, Sarah Calver, Stanley Stanislaus
Tracks Dance Mob: Liz Pearse, Belinda Kinsella, Karen Day, Gordon Roberts, Cassie Reed, Cathryn Blight, Kate Evans, Derek Hewson, Kate Mornane, Lizzie Moore, Rosie Atkinson, Moira Stronach, Margo Ford, Daniel Cunningham
Musicians: Claire Kilgariff, Bronwyn Myers, Anja Tait, Lucy Eames, Paia Ingram, Airi Ingram, Tau Ingram, Mark Smith, Angus Cameron, Scott Trenwith, Fiona MacAuliffe, Marcus Karlsen, Fay Johnston, Kylie Johnstone, Tony Cavenagh, Sid Selvs-Nayagam, Stephanie Higgs, Nicole Marli, Jayne Hockey, Megan Atfield, Bill Grose, Nik Magnus, Vincent Wirrkthuna, Jeff Carter
Composers: Romano Crivici, Andrew Heleberg, Peter Sculthorpe
- Fanfare – Danced by Tracks Dance Mob
- Landscapes (Romano Vrivici) - (Danced by Tracks Dance Mob)
- Haru No Imi
- Symphonic Essays on War – Danced by David McMicken, Sarah Calver, Stanley Stanislaus
- Louange A L’Imortalite De Jesus, Movement VIII
- Tzur Chasidi
- Akh Roocheyok
- Mediterranean Sundance
- Small Town – Danced by David McMicken, Sarah Calver, Stanley Stanislaus, and the Tracks Dance Mob
Tracks Dance 1998
Co-Artistic Directors: Sarah Calver, David McMicken, Tim Newth
Administrator: Liann Stevenson, Joelene Paterson, Bong Ramillo
[under Ausdance NT]
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