1. Jon Batiste Leads A Private Street Parade

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    Jon Batiste is from New Orleans, where a street parade might assemble around the corner on any given day. Evidently, he likes a good walkabout: He's liable to lead his band at a guerrilla concert in the New York City subway, or out of a venue, or — as he did at the Newport Jazz Festival — off stage and into the audience. After playing a set at Newport, he and the Stay Human band kept walking. They walked past the backstage trailers, through the quad stage, and up onto an overgrown rampart of Fort Adams — the 190-year-old edifice which houses the festival. After a long day of travel, interviews and a headlining performance, they were there to give us a special and private encore. They chose the tune "Believe In Love," which Batiste voiced with a tender edge and a melodica. Appropriately enough, the keyboardist and bandleader calls his portable performances "love riots": attempts to generate instant community through music. Then, having done their best to share said love with our cameras, the six musicians started walking again, into the crepuscular haze and out of sight.– PATRICK JARENWATTANANON SET LIST Believe In Love PERSONNEL Jon Batiste, voice/melodica; Eddie Barbash, alto saxophone; Barry Stephenson, bass; Ibanda Ruhumbika, tuba; Joe Saylor, tambourine; Jamison Ross, cowbell/backing vocals. CREDITS Producers: Mito Habe-Evans, Patrick Jarenwattananon; Event Manager: Saidah Blount; Videographers: Mito Habe-Evans, Adam Kissick, Colin Marshall, Nick Michael; Audio Engineer: Kevin Wait; Special Thanks: Newport Jazz Festival, Mark and Rachel Dibner of the Argus Fund, The Wyncote Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts; Executive Producer: Anya Grundmann

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    • Escalas de Forestier full edit

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      An edited version of a performance in Barcelona shot by the amazing Nicola Scandroglio. Here are notes in spanish. El deterioro está bailando con nosotros todo el tiempo, solo que nuestros pies se mueven tan de prisa que no lo notamos. "decay is dancing with us all the time, only our feet move to fast for us to notice" shot entirely at the Escalas de Forestier in Mont Juic. Special Thanks to Marina Fernandez D Haro

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      • Escalas de Forestier (edited version)

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        An edited version of a performance in Barcelona shot by the amazing Nicola Scandroglio. Here are notes in spanish. El deterioro está bailando con nosotros todo el tiempo, solo que nuestros pies se mueven tan de prisa que no lo notamos. "decay is dancing with us all the time, only our feet move to fast for us to notice" shot entirely at the Escalas de Forestier in Mont Juic

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        • Escalas De Forestier

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          An amazing video of a performance in Barcelona shot by Nicola Scandroglio. It is the entire work of Escalas de Forestier. This performance is dedicated to the memory of Augusto Gualdi

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          • 40 seconds from a show of force

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            A quick taste of ProjectLIMB's A Show of Force.

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            • Inner Loop

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              Inner Loop - (an edited version) a free automatic looping downtown transportation no driver no beginning no end a cycle a circle a journey through public space encountering secrets hiding in plain view a multi generational cast all exploring the only time we ever have Directed by Gabriel Forestieri Music by Marizelda Eggertsson Performed by Dale Andree, Joshua Archibald, Joanne Barret, Belaxis Buil, Miu Buil, Carly Dorman, Marizelda Eggertsson, Gabriel Forestieri, Jenny Larsson, Elkey Love Lucien Martin-Ursal, Kristen Mclaren, Jorge Luis Morejon, Rebecca Pelham, Lize-Lotte Pitlo, Sandra Portal-Andreu, Carlota Pradera, Laura Prada, Emily Tedesco, Carlos Torres, JoAnna Ursal, Katie Wiegman The performances took place over two weekends - February 22nd, 23rd, and March 1st, & March 2nd 2014.

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              • Pandaemonium & The Beast of Bracknell

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                Pandaemonium was Rag and Bone's first major outing, a dreamtime whirlwind to Summon the Beast of Bracknell Forest and a finale performance for the 2008 Big Day Out Festival at South Hill Park, Bracknell. The Beast, an 18ft high creature was made almost entirely from rubbish and scrap from Bracknell waste tip.

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                • ECHOES - ELLA ROBSON GUILFOYLE

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                  Echoes, the first full-length work by emerging choreographer Ella Robson Guilfoyle, is a breath-taking combination of contemporary dance and circus. Via a full size trampoline, a trampowall and 2 chinese poles, this spectacular performance explores the extraordinary in the journeys and routines of our daily lives. The paths of the performers alter and overlap, sparking momentary relationships that dissipate and re-form, causing confusion, joy and frustration. Echoes premiered at Maiden Lane Estate, Camden as part of CircusFest 2014 for The Roundhouse April 3-5 2014. http://www.roundhouse.org.uk/whats-on/circusfest-2014/echoes/ Echoes is now touring and available for bookings. For more information contact: info@ellarobsonguilfoyle.com www.ellarobsonguilfoyle.com

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                  • The Ghost Horn

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                    The Ghost Horn - a floating beacon of light and sound was an event devised by Tim Hill/Rag and Bone to celebrate Somerset's Waterways. This video was shot by Somerset Film to document two celebratory events at Taunton and Bridgewater - both events combining processions on water, brass bands, choirs and the arrival and departure of a ghostly giant lantern. The video above was edited by Rag and Bone to show excerpted highlights.

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                    • Frenetic Engineering - Talent Show (walkabout)

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                      Get your talents out! Lorraine, Julie and Kevin the trainee get everyone excited and involved in the Talent Show. Any talent goes – no nasty judges here and the audience clap to activate the clap-o-meter to decide the winner. Each interaction ends with an amazing, no expense spared awards ceremony to ‘We Are The Champions’, complete with a party popper pyro finale! This versatile act excels at adapting to the event and audience and can be performed as a show or walkabout. Bookings - fools@foolsparadise.co.uk

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