THE EURYTHMY AGENCY
Eurythmy is an Art of Movement and of Forms which seeks to sculpt the space around the moving human being. With the creative laws of space and of non-linear time as working elements, eurythmists move between two centers of gravity: the human heart and the plane at infinity.
The Gabrielle Armenier Eurythmy Agency is committed to developing the movement art of eurythmy. Its main areas of work are eurythmy performances and artistic collaborations within the fields of the Arts, Humanities and the Sciences.
The Gabrielle Armenier Eurythmy Agency is proud to present two major Premieres of the Movement Art of Eurythmy in New York City:
- January 14th, 2017 - David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center
- February 8th, 2017 - Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall
THE BUDGET (minimum)
We have already covered 45% of our expenses.
We need a minimum of $2,500 to cover the remainder of them, which include:
- TRAVEL EXPENSES
- INSURANCE POLICIES
Any donation above $ 2,500 will go to:
- PERFORMANCE DETAILS - such as lighting cues which go beyond regular recital lighting, eurythmy costumes...
- The PROMOTION of these events - Facebook ads, newspaper, radio and TV
- The FILMING / RECORDING of these two events
- A U.S./ ASIA TOUR of the program given at Weill Recital Hall.
PAST AND FUTURE Projects of the Eurythmy Agency
Founded in the Spring of 2016, the Eurythmy Agency is currently collaborating with a wide variety of professionals in the fields of the Arts and of Higher Education.
A highlight of its first year was a lecture and eurythmy performance given at Harvard Divinity School in March 2016:
'The Spiritual Verticality of Biodynamic Agriculture' - Conversations between world-renowned biodynamist Philippe Armenier, pianist Brigitte Armenier, eurythmist Gabrielle Armenier. The performance included clarinetist Murray Colosimo, principal conductor at the Juilliard, and eurythmist Sea-Anna Vasilas.
Risks and challenges
Eurythmy is a new art of movement incredibly relevant to many of the questions our society is now faced with. Sadly, it is still quite unknow to the general public.
Our long-term goal is to set Eurythmy amidst other Performing Arts on the one hand, and to incorporate it into University Programs on the other.
Our short-term goal and the biggest challenge facing the performance at Weill Recital Hall is low audience attendance due to a limited knowledge of this art form.
We are therefore entirely committed to promoting this event through targeted Facebook ads, press, articles, radio and TV.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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