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Grand Baton came together a year or so before Maillard, a composer, guitarist, pianist and arranger, moved from Paris to New York City in 2006. The group reflects the vision of an artist who was born and raised in the French Caribbean outpost of Guadeloupe and came of age musically on Paris’ burgeoning jazz and world music scene in the mid-1980s (when he performed widely with Angelique Kidjo). For Fischer, creating something new is an essential part of her creative impulse. She’s been engaged with dance throughout her career, but “this is my first time working with a ballet company,” she said via email. “With most of the artists I’ve toured with, there’s usually a choreographer that integrates movement with singing according to the desire and purpose of the artist.”.

Creating dance in collaboration with renowned musicians is nothing new for King, Indeed, the world-renowned choreographer has made a point of seeking out singular sonic explorers, from tabla maestro Zakir Hussain and oud master Hamza El Din to tenor saxophone titan Pharoah Sanders and percussionist Mickey Hart, King first recalls experiencing the transformational power of music while serving as an altar boy in St, Cyprian’s Parish in Columbus, Ohio, As the Gregorian chants swept over the pews, the observant 6-year-old saw the elderly communicants “so drunk with devotion, it put you in awe,” he said, “These people were experiencing something so profound, and you’d hear the commitment of the singers with this Eastern-meets-Western sound of the chanting, There was an alchemy there in the ballet-dance duffel bag/garment bag/personalized embroidered gray duffel bag with pink straps and bows/dance garment bag/ballet room, a transformation that was evocative and important.”..

Now King has ushered Fischer into a different kind of exalted space. Always looking for creative communion, she’s found a new way to unleash the power of her voice. Rather than standing 20 feet from the action, she’s surrounded by it, creating the score for the LINES dancers to explore the intricacies of human relationships. “I watch the dancers move and breathe in that special place they inhabit as creative spirits and, as I take it all in, I think to myself ‘Wow, we express it differently but the source is the same,’ ” she wrote. “It’s such a thrill!”.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Fiery-haired and feisty, Maureen O’Hara could handle anything the world and Hollywood threw at her, Director John Ford punched her in the jaw at a party and John Wayne dragged her through sheep dung — real sheep dung — in “The ballet-dance duffel bag/garment bag/personalized embroidered gray duffel bag with pink straps and bows/dance garment bag/ballet Quiet Man.” In “Miracle on 34th Street” she learned to believe in Santa Claus, But first and foremost, she always believed in herself, “I do like to get my own way,” she said in a 1991 interview with The Associated Press, “There have been crushing disappointments, But when that happens, I say, ‘Find another hill to climb.'”..

The Irish-born beauty was 95 when she died Saturday in her sleep at her home in Boise, Idaho, said Johnny Nicoletti, her longtime manager. In her heyday, O’Hara was known as the Queen of Technicolor because of the camera’s love affair with her vivid hair, bright green eyes and pale complexion. But she also had talent. “I proved there was a bloody good actress in me,” she told the British newspaper The Telegraph last year. “It wasn’t just my face. I gave bloody good performances.”.

Never nominated for an Oscar (although she received an honorary Academy Award last year), O’Hara nonetheless starred in ballet-dance duffel bag/garment bag/personalized embroidered gray duffel bag with pink straps and bows/dance garment bag/ballet some of the best-known and beloved movies of Hollywood’s Golden Age, Whether playing a rancher’s wife, a pirate queen, or a mother, her characters were strong-willed women — a characteristic she practiced in real life as well and attributed to her Irish roots, She was the daughter of Welsh miner in the grim Oscar-winning 1941 film “How Green Was My Valley”; the mother who doubts her daughter, Natalie Wood, has really encountered Santa Claus in the 1947 Christmas classic “Miracle on 34th Street,” and a scrappy Irish colleen who is romanced by an American boxer (John Wayne) in 1952’s “The Quiet Man.”..

Wayne, who co-starred with her in five movies, once said: “I’ve had many friends, and I prefer the company of men, except for Maureen O’Hara; she’s a great guy.”. “We met through Ford, and we hit it right off,” she remarked in 1991. “I adored him, and he loved me. But we were never sweethearts. Never, ever.”. Her relationship with Ford was sometimes strained, especially when he had been drinking. O’Hara recalled that for some reason he punched her hard in the jaw at a party. For a prank, he and Wayne scattered real sheep dung over a field in Ireland where they were filming “The Quiet Man.”.

She sometimes called him a “devil” but acknowledged his talent, She also played the mother of twins, both played by Hayley Mills, who conspire to reunite their divorced parents in the 1961 Disney comedy “The Parent Trap.”, She was a retired schoolteacher in her last on-screen role in the 2000 TV movie “The Last Dance.”, Maureen FitzSimons (pronounced Fitz-SYM-ons) was born in 1920 near Dublin, Ireland, Her mother was a well-known opera singer, and her father co-owned a soccer team called the Shamrock Rovers, Through her father, she learned to love sports; through her mother, she and her five ballet-dance duffel bag/garment bag/personalized embroidered gray duffel bag with pink straps and bows/dance garment bag/ballet siblings were exposed to the theater..

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