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  • Contemporary Dance School Hamburg: Tag der offenen Tür - 2014
    it according to the article you linked to Zuletzt wurden im Januar 1997 von Freitag bis Sonntag Verkaufsste4nde auf der Alster aufgebaut und sorgten ffcr das leibliche Wohl der Ge4ste Rund 1 Million begeisterte Spazierge4ngerinnen und Sparzierge4nger besuchte dieses Volksfest der besonderen Art Im Winter 2009 2010 wurden erstmals Gastronomieste4nde am Ufer der Audfenalster genehmigt Mehrere Zehntausend Besucherinnen und Besucher nutzten die Gelegenheit ffcr einen Spaziergang auf der Alster Riki Umar 16 10 2014 16 49 The Local got mixed The Local got mixed up when reporting on the last time the Alstereisvergnfcgen took place so did a few other non Hamburg news oreucss but I can indeed vouch for the fact that Winter 2009 had a frozen Alster many people on the ice and lots of Glfchwein stalls Winter 2009 was a tough one it was 15c for weeks The Alster was frozen as hard as a rock The term Alstereisvergnfcgen was actually reserved as far as I m aware for an event with stalls on the ice itself but I assume since it s been deemed unsafe they ve extended the meaning of the term to stalls along the banks of the Alster as well Here s the gist of it according to the article you linked to Zuletzt wurden im Januar 1997 von Freitag bis Sonntag Verkaufsste4nde auf der Alster aufgebaut und sorgten ffcr das leibliche Wohl der Ge4ste Rund 1 Million begeisterte Spazierge4ngerinnen und Sparzierge4nger besuchte dieses Volksfest der besonderen Art Im Winter 2009 2010 wurden erstmals Gastronomieste4nde am Ufer der Audfenalster genehmigt Mehrere Zehntausend Besucherinnen und Besucher nutzten die Gelegenheit ffcr einen Spaziergang auf der Alster Umar Victoria 18 10 2014 19 37 So jealous our river So jealous our river only froze just in time to thaw again I guess it would have to get prttey icy for them to let us all walk on it since mostly when it freezes they just want to have an icebreaker come through so boat shipping can continue http zhxxot com url http xmnanf com xmnanf url link http ynfevot com ynfevot link Victoria Mihailo 18 10 2014 19 57 So jealous that you So jealous that you got to execeipnre the full Alstereisvergnfcgen We enjoyed the mini Eisvergnfcgen in 2010 but it looks like the real deal is even more impressive I somehow love that people get excited about playing on the ice and will stand the frigid temps to do so http pysovuqdhgm com url http wikihqedz com wikihqedz url link http iscqljpfxq com iscqljpfxq link Mihailo Delphine 18 10 2014 20 11 BTW the Elbe isn t BTW the Elbe isn t a terribly deep river and it s bgeras that run up to Hamburg on it The big ships come from the North Sea And ice breakers can only do so much If it s cold enough for long enough they can t keep up and the river will freeze http naqphjaejm com url http xcnaomusqj com xcnaomusqj url link http hfwjdxkqp com

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  • Contemporary Dance School Hamburg: Abschlussprojekt 2014
    to be aware of New Zealand His examples are the obvious victims of global financial disorder East Asia Russia and Brazil New Zealand s plight obviously does not compare with the barbarism that has engulfed Russia but it is serious enough We are a country with a national debt of 100 billion equivalent to our GDP A country with a perpetual current account deficit every year we spend more overseas than we earn A country whose major economic enterprises are owned offshore New Zealand was once among the most stable and prosperous of countries but for a quarter of a century or more has been going through a process of economic decline New Zealand s experience illustrates the perils of opening an economy to the speculative forces of global finance Enormous damage was done to the productive economy in the period when Roger Douglas was finance minister as a speculative flood of offshore finance fuelled the sharemarket boom and crash The productive economy has never recovered from that experience Again in the mid 1990s speculative forces took control of the New Zealand dollar forcing the exchange rate to a level that priced New Zealand exports out of global markets The result was a current account deficit of more than 7 per cent New Zealand s experience also demonstrates that national considerations are still extremely important in the global economy Different countries are affected by global forces in different ways New Zealand which has been more open than most countries to the global economy has fared worse than most developed economies Certainly we have fared worse than Australia which has been largely untouched by the Asian troubles whereas we slipped into recession The moral appears to be that it is a mistake for a country to completely open itself to the turmoil of the global marketplace It is still better to control the economic process in some way Since 1984 New Zealand governments have believed the opposite and have argued that the opening of the economy to the global marketplace has been an inexorable and inevitable process It has not been true What has occurred in this country has been largely a matter of choice And some of it has been actually quite extreme for instance the extent of the deregulation of the finance markets Instead of attempting to redefine the relationship between the global and the national New Zealand governments have allowed the balance to tip totally to the global New Zealand has moved so far along the road of simplistic laissez faire certainty that there is no choice but to turn part of the way back And the corollary of this is that there is a need for a certain degree of nationalism because turning part of the way back will mean recognising that New Zealand has interests that are unique to it as a nation It will require a greater degree of democracy too because there will need to be a national discussion as to what those interests are This lack of balance is a cause of New Zealand s economic decline There is a growing recognition even from within the business community of a need to reassert the role of the nation and the state There is a contradictory element here One of the policies commonly advocated is incentives for foreign investment which is just another version of the cultural cringe approach to politics Nevertheless it is increasingly being acknowledged that New Zealand has moved so far along the road of simplistic laissez faire certainty that there is no choice but to turn part of the way back And the corollary of this is that there is a need for a certain degree of nationalism because turning part of the way back will mean recognising that New Zealand has interests that are unique to it as a nation It will require a greater degree of democracy too because there will need to be a national discussion as to what those interests are In short there is a dire need for a democratic nationalist project in New Zealand Logically a Labour Alliance government should be the vehicle for such a democratic nationalist project but it would face a disabling difficulty There would not be a sufficient body of support The problem is partly that New Zealand lacks a proper public sphere The media has been commercialised and corrupted to such an extent that it does not provide a forum for public discussion But even if it did there remains the problem of New Zealand s colonial background Colonialism and national identityNew Zealand s colonial background is one of the defining features of this country yet it is the subject of an embarrassed silence The economic political and social patterns that were established in the mid nineteenth century are still pervasive but their history and their continuing influence are not acknowledged And although we tend to divide New Zealand history into pre 1984 and post 1984 this is misleading because there are strong elements of continuity linking the two periods Take the structure of the economy One of its weaknesses most economists agree is its dependence on commodities that is dairy products meat wool timber fish etcetera Lately there has been a substantial decline in commodity prices There is nothing new about this situation however New Zealand was always at the mercy of fluctuating commodity prices when it depended on the British market Similarly our sense of national identity is much the same now as it was in the 1960s and 1970s New Zealanders did not believe we had a future as an independent nation then and they do not believe we have a future as an independent nation now This lack of a national identity might be called a defining absence That is our political affairs have been dominated by something that is not there Take the Rogernomics period as an example One of the most frequently asked questions about that period is how was the economy transformed so rapidly and with so little resistance And part of the answer at least is that New Zealanders had insufficient national identity to resist the opening of the economy to the global marketplace I frequently made the point at the time in my Metro magazine columns that the government was establishing an independent role in foreign affairs while destroying any autonomy that the economy may have had This should have been an obvious focus for debate especially for members of the Labour party but it was scarcely raised I was not surprised by this having campaigned for republicanism for nearly twenty years to little effect Nationalism I had learned was a marginal movement and in this respect New Zealand was an oddity In most countries the symbolism of nationalism pervades the rhetoric of the major parties whereas in New Zealand I found little to draw on It must be rare for the citizens of a country to argue strenuously against it having an independent role but here they always have The Republican built up to a circulation of about 600 although much of this circulation came from people who appreciated its left wing philosophy rather than its republicanism In a sense The Republican was doubly marginal It was marginal among New Zealanders because it was a magazine of the Left Most of its subscribers were congregated in the inner city ghettoes of Auckland Wellington and Christchurch And it was marginal on the Left because of its nationalism In fact I used to deride the Left for its colonial attitudes and its obsession with overseas causes It is a wonder I did not antagonise all my readers Most of what I wrote in the 1970s was negative in tone I attacked the British connection and the British heritage without saying much about what the nationalist alternative would be I suppose this was partly because I was deprived of the usual ethnic and cultural trappings of nationalism Usually nationalism has an ethnic and cultural dimension whether it be Maori nationalism Scottish nationalism or Serbian nationalism Pakeha New Zealanders in contrast have used the ethnic argument in favour of colonialism not nationalism We are of British stock and British heritage the RSA generation used to argue I suppose those who survive still do and our loyalties are formed by that tradition New Zealanders of my own age group are of more liberal sensibilities and would not use such a blatantly racial argument but they are imbued with British culture Hence it was to be expected that they would lack sufficient national identity to rebuff Rogernomics A recent replay of one of Television New Zealand s The Way We Were programmes brought back the mood of the 1960s and 1970s when thousands of young New Zealanders of my generation departed every year on a pilgrimage in search of their OE As the programme s presenter Paul Holmes made clear because they were searching for their cultural roots they went to London rather than America Some returned to New Zealand with a greater awareness of being New Zealanders Others felt completely out of place in London and Europe and fled back home But quite a few preferred it there and stayed I used to disparage this quest for OE as a pathetic case of cultural cringe which was both true and unfair It was only natural that young New Zealanders would lack a sense of being New Zealanders Their way of life was English especially for those who attended private schools and the elite state schools It would have been possible to pass through the New Zealand education system in the 1950s learning next to nothing of New Zealand history and literature English history and literature would not have been so easily avoided The English consciousness that pervaded New Zealand was a false consciousness We were colonials not the real thing Thus Christchurch where I grew up cultivated an English character The Christchurch middle classes sent their children to private schools and elite state schools which were even more English in their tone than their curriculum Jerusalem was sung at school assemblies Girls schools played hockey boys schools rugby The school structure was hierarchical and authoritarian with a system of prefects and at some private schools even fags Not surprisingly the Christchurch middle classes were exceedingly English in manners tastes accents and sense of humour Yet this culture was transplanted not authentic There was nothing English about the large dry flat paddocks spreading across the plains nor about the braided rivers sweeping down from the mountains nor about the casual No 8 wire culture of the Canterbury farmers and workers Nor was there anything particularly English about suburban Christchurch with its bungalows and large sections Even the Christchurch elite living in ornate two story houses in Fendalton showed some signs of New Zealandness in their relatively casual attitudes and lack of pomposity The stresses and strains of this situation had caused as we know the development of cultural nationalism in New Zealand in the 1930s New Zealanders of cultural sensibilities had since the earliest days of colonisation lamented that the country was a cultural wilderness Inevitably they made their pilgrimage to England seeking their cultural roots there only for some of them to discover that they were not in fact English The poet Frank Sargeson is the celebrated example of someone who felt overwhelmed by the culture of Europe and who took the obvious step of trying to develop a culture from within New Zealand Unfortunately there is a paradox in fact a couple of paradoxes involved in such a project How do you derive a culture from people who spurn culture How do you derive something unique from a scioety based on imitation One solution is to cheat and to purloin the Maori culture The New Zealand sections of our bookshops are crowded with books on Maori topics many of them by Pakeha authors Another solution has been to draw on what might be termed colonial themes Colonial in the sense of country settings with practical people living in a socially barren environment The danger with this sort of approach is that it could end up glorifying deficiencies such as the know nothing anti intellectualism that pervades our scioety This was not such a danger with someone like Sargeson who was a genuine intellectual But it had become a reality by the time we reached Barry Crump who gloried in the boozy misogynist hard case culture of the dead end rural worker It had also become a reality in the film making of Geoff Murphy Goodbye Pork Pie and in the humour of Fred Dagg and Lynn of Tawa New Zealand culture has tended to be either limited in this way or worthy There is a prissy conventional quality to New Zealand that renders much of our writing dull It is about small themes and unexceptional people and in this it reflects the conventional nature of our scioety I have long felt that provincial is the best word to describe New Zealand We are a separate community if only because of distance but we lack the vigour of a self confident nation There are no big figures walking the national stage no great conflicts no stirring debates No great intelligence is brought to bear on events It is true that the country went through a total transformation in the 1980s where fundamental issues were at stake But the issues were presented in a technical economic guise and this was sufficient to disarm and confuse much of the population The transformation occurred with most people not realising the fundamental nature of what was happening You can see my problem as a New Zealand nationalist How do you develop a sense of identity among people who lack any originality or confidence in themselves Do not get me wrong I am not saying that we are entirely a nation of mediocre and timid conformists I have known plenty of New Zealanders who have been well read intellectually stimulating non conformist courageous and sometimes eccentric They have tended to be marginalised however There is something about the structure and culture of this country that fosters the mediocre conformist For instance the upper levels of the business community are still populated by nondescript folk who depend on belonging to the right networks School and club are still extremely important New Zealand s faults in this regard are displayed most graphically and embarrassingly in the public sphere in politics and the media A number of our politicians are in politics because of their own self importance rather than for their political beliefs and are truly awful in their ignorance of political thought and history The National party used to draw its MPs from small town big wigs Labour drew its MPs from the denizens of the party machine Too often parties are choosing pushy personalities with big egos Occasionally a thoughtful politician does appear but they are overshadowed by the pushy personalities My own direct experience was of local body politics Vanity and pomposity dominate decision making more than a rational consideration of the issues Perhaps the most disturbing aspect of the situation is the quality of the media scrutiny When I was chair of the Auckland Regional Services Trust newspapers and broadcasters would send journalists to cover our affairs who were too young and inexperienced to understand the issues involved Invariably these journalists had no background in finance whereas we were primarily a financial organisation Often they would send different journalists from one meeting to the next Having educated one novice in the complexities of our affairs we would then have to educate another As a result the affairs of the Trust were usually not covered properly Or alternatively we could feed whatever message we liked into the media with no critical evaluation of it Some of the journalists I dealt with were competent and conscientious but the organisations they worked for were not The news hierarchies were basically not interested in local body matters and didn t provide sufficient space or resources National politics is taken a bit more seriously although in the media coverage has the same sorts of faults People are put in the Parliamentary Press Gallery who have no political background and therefore no critical faculty They have no need of it because they are not supposed to do much more than report what is going on They are a conduit between the politicians and the readers and are paid to take the politicians seriously Accordingly there is not any more intellectual content in the media than there is in parliament Gobalisation and politicsNew Zealand is suffering not benefiting from the process of globalisation despite the global fanaticism of recent governments New Zealand is both figuratively and literally closer to the periphery than the center of the global economy We do not know what our role is within it what we should be producing and how we should go about it Nor do we have any idea of what our interests are or even that we have separate interests as a nation Instead we are dominated by a culture of commercialised individualism Troubles that originate at the national level or at the level of scioety are displaced to the personal level where they are insoluble We go from one extreme to the other from the global which is too big to the personal which is too petty missing the manageable level the national which is in between The problem may be economic but the solution to a large extent is cultural political Most people flinch from economics because it tends to be presented as a series of technical problems to do with matters such as savings and investment There is beneath this however the more fundamental level of goals and values What do we consider a good life to be How do we reach agreement about this as a community How do we go about

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  • Contemporary Dance School Hamburg: Eigene Arbeit - 2. Klasse - Story-Body
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  • Contemporary Dance School Hamburg: Gaga Workshop im Mai 2014
    Views 10294 13 Kommentar e Amany 15 10 2014 13 54 I think Lady Gaga fr I think Lady Gaga frees us from any kind of frame works and set modes No one ever has to follow any rules or locgis when putting together the ensemble This alone should win her the title and then some Amany Ragil 15 10 2014 19 13 LOVE this I am in t LOVE this I am in the thick of it my friend with kids age 5 and up tell me with a 5 month old baby girl and a 3 1 2 year old boy and just those two cpahters spoke VOLUMES to me I hardly have time to shower and so the one page stories are PERFECT Sooo very perfect for me right now I plan on buying myself a copy of the book as well as a few for friends Thank you for letting us know about it Amber and thank you Tania Elfersy Andrea Katzman for a beautifully crafted much needed read Ragil Dani 15 10 2014 19 20 I would LOVE this bo I would LOVE this book My husband and I just had 3 beiutaful children placed with us for adoption Friday Two boys 5 7 and a girl 14 We are so in love and so over our heads Anything will help Your blog has been great for me in the past few months lot of laughs We have already had a bathroom trip where we could have used your friend s toilet seat she carries in her bag Dani Jufri 16 10 2014 06 36 Body Mother At Wor Body Mother At Work are stunning Either of them on my wall would be a wcomlee reminder of self and the world I ve been given to live in I would hang it in my bedroom on the wall on my side of the bed Then everyday I d be greeted by it And I would smile knowingly and find peace to start each day Definitely getting the book Jufri London 18 10 2014 19 38 Am fascinated to rea Am fascinated to read this book All these iseuss have been circulating in my head I started a blog on motherhood a few years back but haven t touched it in over a year Maybe this book would inspire me to write again http ktvccvg com url http tdlsctcffky com tdlsctcffky url link http nutkjug com nutkjug link London Fatih 18 10 2014 19 39 It really dpneeds on It really dpneeds on the type of fabric you are working on and how much paint you plan on layering If you are painting on clothes that will be worn you don t want to use something that will end up be stiff and heavy If it will not be worn that won t be such a big consideration Have you considered trying airbrushing That is a good way to decorate fabric without getting too heavy of

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  • Contemporary Dance School Hamburg: Work in Progress 2014
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  • Contemporary Dance School Hamburg: Auditions Jahrgang 2014/15
    der Beginn um 15 Uhr in Kopenhagen um 13 Uhr Die aktuellen Audition Termine der Contemporary Dance School Hamburg CDSH lauten folgendermaßen 12 April im CDSH Studio Hamburg 3 Mai im Dansens Hus Kopenhagen 17 Mai CDSH Studio Hamburg 14 Juni CDSH Studio Hamburg 12 Juli CDSH Studio Hamburg Bühne Hamburger Sprechwerk As in the previous years we have scheduled five auditions for interested students in Hamburg and Copenhagen To apply for the three year training course at the prestigious Contemporary Dance School Hamburg CDSH simply complete the application form on the homepage Information about what you will need for the audition i e curriculum vitae suitable clothes 1 2 minute choreography is also listed there Admission is at 2 pm Copenhagen at noon auditions begin at 3 pm Copenhagen 1 pm The current Contemporary Dance School Hamburg CDSH audition dates are April 12 2014 in the CDSH Studio in Hamburg May 3 2014 in the Dansens Hus in Copenhagen May 17 2014 in the CDSH Studio in Hamburg June 14 2014 in the CDSH Studio in Hamburg July 12 2014 in the CDSH Studio in Hamburg stage Hamburger Sprechwerk CDSH javier baez cdsh de Share Permalink Trackback link Views 7529 1 Kommentar e Travis 18 10 2014 20 20 I vote that you leav I vote that you leave the right sunglass lens as is and do not unsew it I m diigngg the head scarf completely Not sure about the brownish red at right front placket of course what the heck do I know but loving all the other reds in the Jenny O Sweater http smkzpo com url http dygyhipfdid com dygyhipfdid url link http tazsscvcjpf com tazsscvcjpf link Travis Mein Kommentar AutorIn E Mail Website Titel Eintrag Captcha Zurück Januar 2014 S M T W T

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  • Contemporary Dance School Hamburg: Tag der Offenen Tür 2013
    Views 8402 5 Kommentar e Marcelo 18 10 2014 19 42 Hiya to everyone who Hiya to everyone who ceoemntmd on this page Everyone will get a chance to be in a video Patience is the key Just stay active often and keep checking up on the site for new activity Thank you all for joining and I hope you have a Great Morning Nicole http dfmjlqts com url http oydwar com oydwar url link http rgobzcbaos com rgobzcbaos link Marcelo Momen 18 10 2014 19 53 hey coco what up i j hey coco what up i just wanted to say that im iertnested in being a music performer on PSTALENT so hit me up me and my artist are currently working on the second album soon to be released in 2012 but i was thinking maybe we could do something on here as well hit me up if your iertnested http hxsxskvjb com url http umcswpdtmrc com umcswpdtmrc url link http owjrmvtkx com owjrmvtkx link Momen Anna 20 10 2014 17 35 Hey They say that c Hey They say that cotestants must be at least 18 years old But I m 16 and seosan 8 is the last seosan I guess It s now or never I simply MUST go for the audition I just love this show so much and being on it is my dream I hope they can ease up the age limit I really want this not for the money that I might win but to tell the whole world that dancing makes me feel like a star It s just awesome Anna Sachin 20 10 2014 17 44 I love the show but I love the show but I think the integrity of what it was oiinrgally supposed to be is slipping I was surprised that Ashleigh could advance without dancing If that is the way it is why should anyone have to do solos from this point on And Mollee and Elenore consistently have excellent solos consisting of great technique skill and degree of difficulty I don t feel that Ashleigh is at their level I was surprised that Mollee with her consistently strong solos was let go That should never have happened I was also surprised that Ryan was allowed to prop his wife That should NOT be allowed It s a competition and each contestent should be in it on a level playing field Whether one contestant is involved with another should not enter into it Will contestants now be allowed to plead for their friends That s not professional at all Ryan was wrong and the powers that be should never have allowed such a cheap tactic They integrity of the show is seriously compromised Also I would like to see the rules changed to one vote per phone number That would be much more fair and the results would probably reflect a more accurate count Sachin Caroline 23 10 2014 07 09 How very disappointi How very

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  • Contemporary Dance School Hamburg: Abschlussprojekt 2013 - Departure
    die die 1 und 2 Ausbildungsklasse mit diesem Thema konfrontieren In diesem Jahr werden wir erneut das Abschlussprojekt an zwei aufeinanderfolgenden Wochenenden durchführen Die Vorstellungen des 1 und 2 Ausbildungsjahres finden am Fr den 14 06 und Sa den 15 06 jeweils um 20 00 Uhr und am So den 16 06 um 18 00 Uhr statt Das Abschlussprojekt des 3 Jahrgangs findet von Do den 20 06 bis Sa den 22 06 jeweils um 20 00 Uhr und am So den 23 06 bereits um 16 Uhr statt First second and third year Contemporary Dance School Hamburg CDSH students are continue the tradition of former years and will present their final project under the direction of Javier Báez and artistic direction of Raul Valdez The performances will be shown in the Hamburger Sprechwerk Klaus Groth Str 23 in Hamburg Every year the choreographies focus on a particular guiding theme This year s theme is DEPARTURE A term analogous to a fork in the road it determines directions it reveals possibilities yet it never loses the target it does not exclude taking the wrong tracks DEPARTURE represents much more leaving turning away from well trod paths the hope of a new start setting off in the unknown discovering exciting worlds as well as moving away from the traditional drifting away from prevailing opinions exposing a new view of life leaving the harbour of boring customs soaring to new dimensions and spheres The choreographers presented initial artistic interim results of DEPARTURE during the Work in Progress in March Together with students of the graduate class Raul Valdez Tomislav Jelicic Angela Guerreiro and the Italian guest choreographer Teresa Ranieri will present where the journey has taken them since What approach have the dancers selected to express the complex and multifaceted term DEPARTURE

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