Warning after the perch there are some questionable acts…
A classic routine…
Interesting to see how their act evolved, which I believe they are still performing.
Flying trapeze artist Han Ho Song from the National Circus of Pyongyang, North Korea pulling a Quintuple (5) somersault in Germany. :-0
According to YouTube: “New Year 1963-64. Graduates of the All-Russian Workshop for Stage Artistic. Parts of their acts. Performers: Kolmogorov brothers, Bukhtiyaroiv & Ozernov, Rzhavinski & Danilkin. Teachers: Lev Maslukov and Tamara Abramova”
Another circus artist giving a TED talk, this time focusing on something close to our heart, failure. http://lifesbestsword.wix.com/svencircus
I’ve been interested in finger dexterity for a while, it directly relates to my job. So I enjoyed this new finger dance video that’s doing the rounds. The idea is not new- finger dances have been around for a while but it’s nice to see things moving in different directions. Also worth a look is Greg Irwin’s finger ballet/fitness (video below).
A fantastic recreation by a fanatical fan…
Circus Space graduate Andy Puddicome of Headspace delivers a TED talk on meditation.
I have to be honest – I’m a bit of a nerd when it comes to ‘juggling with a message’ style pieces. One of my guilty pleasures.
Back when men were real men, and women were real women and fuzzy little green creatures from Alpha Centauri were REAL fuzzy little green creatures from Alpha Centauri (1960) these guys were performing crazy tricks in Circus Knie…
I love tricks.
Thanks to Norbi for pointing this one out to me.
I love the editing style, so different from western TV….
Nice video from some students at Circus Space