Tag Archives: Deborah Friedes

Another Addition to the Overflowing Internet

The internet is almost full, according to Seth Godin. Perhaps this post – or even this entire blog – is contributing to the problem. But Seth brings up some good points, which I thought were worth sharing here: Ten years … Continue reading

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Meeting Deborah Friedes

Since this past February, Winger contributor and independent dance blogger Deborah Friedes and I have been emailing and commenting on each others’ posts after Katie Glasner (my dance professor at Barnard and Deborah’s teacher at Princeton Ballet School) suggested we … Continue reading

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Kazuaria – Renana Raz Dance Group

  I just read Deborah Friedes’ most recent post and then listened to the podcast of her interview with Israeli choreographer and dancer Renana Raz. The above video is an excerpt from Raz’s Kazuaria, a piece that, according to Raz, … Continue reading

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Deborah Friedes: Blogging from Israel

One of my Barnard dance professors recently emailed me with some information about Deborah Friedes, a former student of hers from the Princeton Ballet School. Deborah is currently studying the modern dance scene in Israel on a Fulbright scholarship by … Continue reading

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