ZEROS & ONES / 2008 & 2015 / 32 MINUTES
” […] Poetically and politically charged. The musical selection recalls the warmth and clamour of India without falling prey to clichés, supports the piece’s proposal. Despite being in his late forties he commands the stage with intensity. His maturity has added precision to his movements. “
Lili Marin, Le Devoir, 2008
September 12, 2015 – Maison de la culture Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie, Quartiers Danses Festival, Montreal
September 18, 2015 – Maison de la culture Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie, Quartiers Danses Festival, Montreal
About the creator
Roger Sinha was born in England to an Armenian mother and an Indian father. He grew up in Canada where he graduated from the Toronto Dance Theatre, drawing inspiration from his cultural background to develop his unique language of movement and personal choreography. He takes his vocabulary from contemporary dance, martial arts, ballet with subtle hints of Barata-Natyam, Indian dance. “Sinha is a creative powerhouse whose onstage presence is as generous as it is captivating” – Voir, 1995. See full biography.
Choreography and dance / Roger Sinha / Text / Nadia Chaney / Translation / Emmanuel Schwartz / Original music / Dino Giancola, Ganesh Anandan, Roger Sinha (didgeridoo) / Other musics / Rossini, Sheila Chandra, Bikram Gosh / Musical design and direction / Roger Sinha / Video / Roger Sinha / Wardrobe / Josée Gagnon & Jane Doberman Hartford / Lighting / Caroline Nadeau / Technical direction / Jack Pilon