Circus Electronica

Circus Electronica is a revolutionary new production for audiences of all ages. Live DJ and world-class acrobats capitalize on the explosive growth of Electronic Dance Music to deliver a high impact experience. Circus Electronica represents a bold new direction in theatrical entertainment: capture new audiences with the cutting edge of music while delivering traditional ticket buyers with an explosive cirque experience.

Deliver full blown aerial acrobatics or a fully produced ground based show. The production is scalable for the largest arena spaces all the way down to intimate show rooms and clubs. With two complete versions of the production, Circus Electronica can be tailored for any space.

This North American debut blends the scintillating grooves of electronic music and the most awe-inspiring traditions of the Circus into an incredible once in a lifetime experience.


Glasnost Festival

The International Glasnost Festival Tours, starting in 1988, featured soloists from the Bolshoi Ballet, Kirov/Mariinsky Ballet, National Ballet of Czechoslovakia and more companies of Russian Federation countries. 1988 was the first time in over a generation that North Americans had seen the astounding Russians perform. The tours acknowledged the hopes and yearnings of all people for worldwide peace and harmony. The Soviets’ yearnings for freedom were deep and heartfelt. For Americans, this period was a hope for an end to the angst of the “Cold War”. The program features one ballet by each couple from classic repertory.The original International Glasnost Festival Tour attracted a wide audience, because it spoke about universal themes of peace, freedom, and harmony. And Moscow Ballet’s work has been inspired for the past 20 years on this founding period during the Glasnost and Perestroika era. A lot has changed in the world since then, and many dreams are not as bright, but the idea of Glasnost, the public voice, remains a constant goal. World peace and optimism for and about Glasnost was a historic period of great hope and a continuing inspiration. In 2015, the outstanding Russian ballerinas and danseurs of the “Glasnost Revisited” tour of North America performed excerpts from the classics for North American audiences. Carmen 4
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Art Decade band

Art Decade band

Every once in a great while, a band comes along that throws you for a loop. Try as you may, you just can’t put your finger on their style because they’re so beautifully mysterious.

Art Decade’s guitarist/vocalist/arranger Ben Talmi “grew up on a strict diet of the finest classical music there is,” and it shows. The group’s Western Sunrise album is filled with some of the most breathtaking string arrangements you’ll ever hear on a popular music album.  The band’s other half is Binod Singh, its lone Canadian and more of a Motown and soul guy, on bass. The outfit describes its music as neo indie classical, symphonic post-pop and rock, but it actually fits all these categorizations and more. You don’t have to listen long to pick up on a progressive electric guitar part here, and a club dance beat there. Were you to limit it mentally to only the classical/symphonic label, you may well miss out on also recognizing the group’s more aggressive rock instincts, which are very much on overt display.

Art Decade has teamed up with visionary animator and director, Whitney Alexander to bring together the stunning music video for Western Sunrise. The initial concept of the video was to create a sort of painting in motion in the style of the impressionists. “Alexander actually ended up surpassing what I thought was even possible” – Ben Talmi. The end result has caught the attention of such blogs as Mashable, Hypebot, Motionographer and many more. Production on the follow up for the Western Sunrise video has since started up with director Whitney Alexander at the helm once again.

Art Decade released their debut full length LP “Western Sunrise” via Eldest Only Recordings on May 29th, 2012.


Western Sunrise