north east scotland's festival of new music

East Coast Moves

Citymoves presents a programme of four fresh new bite-sized performances, showcasing the best local dancers and choreographers, including Rosalind Masson's Potentially Plugged In To the Universe, and Lucy Boyes' Once removed, a mix of live dance, sound and photography.

Rosalind Masson
Potentially Plugged In To the Universe

Choreography, text and performance: Rosalind Masson
Music: Lady Gaga - 'Bad Romance'

This piece was developed in response to a collaboration that disintegrated. First shown as part of Heads Up at Dancebase 2009 then at Pool at the Traverse 2009. A humorous yet thoughtful solo flagging up issues of identity and female roles.
Thanks to Karen Wood, Dancebase, The Workroom, Stef Smith and Merav Israel.

Ruth Kent
This Woman's Work

Ruth is delighted to be creating a new piece as part of East Coast Moves. "This Woman's Work" is a collaboration with Lighting Designer, Simon Gane, Musician, Ali Leith (Harp), performed by Dance Artists, Mhairi Allan and Lynn Brown.

Lucy Boyes
Once removed

Sound: Samuel Richards
Photography: Mike Byrne
Dancers: Jack Webb and Lucy Boyes

A mix of live dance, sound and photography. Layers of human instinct and emotion are revealed as the dancers react to the audience, set and sound scores.

Aberdeen Dance Collective

Choreography: Steven Martin and Lorraine Jamieson
Dancers: Lynn Brown, Jessica Lee, Linzy McAvoy & Katie Milroy


Thursday 28 October 2010, 7.00 pm

The Lemon Tree, 5 West North Street, Aberdeen, AB24 5AT

Ticket Prices: £9, £7 conc <book here>