Their latest performance ‘ALLIANCE’ features past and current pieces by creative directors James Koroni and Tracey Katof.
Dance Advantage: Any final thoughts, James?
James Koroni: Sometimes no words can speak the language of atrocity. Dancers are fluent in a dialect that is crucial to communicating emotional experiences that are necessary for making social change. Enforced Arch is dedicated to inspiring and supporting dancers that explore this talent.
Emily Dann called it “compelling in every way” and Grover wasted no time in bumping the video up to Killer Reel status.
Creative Directors, James Koroni & Tracey Katof On The Kiner Hour Radio Show w/ AshaniMfuko
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On this episode of The Kiner Hour – Let’s Talk Dance with Ashani Mfuko radio show, Roman Baca, Marine Corps Veteran & Exit 12 Dance Co. Artistic Director, share about his current arts service project in Iraq, through http://missioncontinues.org and Dancing To Connect.The live show begins at 7 pm EST on http://mission101broadcasting.com. You can tune in, and call in live at 917-267-8924. The Kiner Hour – Let’s Talk Dance with Ashani Mfuko radio show, every Sunday night, 7-8 pm EST on http://mission101broadcasting.com.
Vegan choreographer James Koroni uses the medium of dance to express his passion for animal welfare and social justice, one sashay at a time.
Organizers of the Paris Vegan Day decided to ask James Koroni and his modern dancers to come and perform their piece called “Please, Don’t Touch,” …bringing together movers concerned, as much as he is, with ecological and animal living condition issues.
–Paris Vegan Day
“• Prior to the dessert binge – Leanne of Vaute Couture and I went to see vegan choreographer James Koroni of enforcedarch.com perform in a benefit show for Autism. I snapped some pictures of his piece “Arrest Yourself” which was dark, edgy and really fun.”
“Enforced Arch is dedicated to using dance as a platform for addressing social issues like animal rights, as well as highlighting other veg dancers and performers like Tonya Kay, Bettina May and Ray Hesselink.”
James Koroni danced for Madonna.