Behind the Scenes with Brian

RIOULT’s newest video features an interview with dancer Brian Flynn that includes behind the scenes footage of Pascal creating his highly anticipated world premiere set to Bach’s The Well-Tempered Clavier.

The interview also shows the Company working with visual artist and animation designer Brian Beasley while in residency at Kaatsbaan.

Don’t forget to tell us what you think! We value your opinion and comments.  If you have any questions you can write to us at: RIOULT video blog


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4 Responses to “Behind the Scenes with Brian”

  1. Shauna Edson Says:

    These video interviews are wonderful! It is so great to see portraits of the dancers as people, and to get some inside looks at how Pascal creates and how the company works.

    Penelope, I believe you are in charge of the online presence now? Bravo, this is marvelous!!

    We just had the honor of performing Wien at our shows this past weekend (Stacy can give you her impressions of how that went!) and it is great to be able to stay connected with you all this way. We’ll be making a field trip to the Joyce in January, looking forward to it!

  2. Queelaflils Says:

    I highly enjoyed reading your post, keep on writing such exciting posts!

    • RIOULT (rē-you) Says:

      Thank you for following our blog and leaving your thoughts behind. We hope to keep bringing new exciting material to it and we look forward to hearing from you again.

      All the Best,

  3. RIOULT (rē-you) Says:

    Hi Shauna,

    Thank you for leaving your comments on the blog. We love hearing from our readers.

    Wien is a wonderful piece to perform. We hope you stay in touch and if you come to see us at The Joyce please come and say hello. Stacy will be very happy to see you there.


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