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Available Light: Ithaka
Recording of dance performance "Available Light Ithaka" presented at the McLean Performance Studio on September 24-26, 2015 featuring Nikolaos Markakis as primary choreographer and performer created in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the Degree of Masters of Fine Arts Graduate Program in Dance, York University, Toronto, Ontario. Also features musical performances by Christo Markakis on lyra, Natalie Wong (on violin September 24 and 26) and Leo Zhang (on cello September 25)., Nikolaos Markakis (2016). Cultivating Roots: A Tensional-Hybrid Investigation of Embodied Resources through Traditional Cretan Folkloric and Contemporary Dance Practices (Masters of Fine Arts dissertation).
Fall Immersion : Ariadne
Recording of performance "Fall Immersion : Ariadne" choreographed by Nikolaos Markakis in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the Degree of Masters of Fine Arts Graduate Program in Dance, York University, Toronto, Ontario, and presented at Hub 14 from 19-21 November 2015. Features performer Justine Comfort., Nikolaos Markakis (2016). Cultivating Roots: A Tensional-Hybrid Investigation of Embodied Resources through Traditional Cretan Folkloric and Contemporary Dance Practices (Masters of Fine Arts dissertation).
New Light / Ancient Light : Metaxy
Recording of performance "New Light / Ancient Light : Metaxy" preented at the Sandra Faire and Ivan Fecan Theatre from February 10 - 12, 2016. Choreographed by Nikolaos Markakis as Proscenium Arch Case Study in partial fulfillment of the Requirement for the Degree of Masters of Fine Arts Graduate Program in Dance, York Unviersity, Toronto, Ontario. Featuring performances by: Sierra Chin Sawdy, Justine Comfort, Maria Gialedakis,Samantha Grist, Miles Gosse, Amanda LaRusic, Charlampos (Bob) Markakis, Christos Markakis, Kleanthu Markakis, Megan Nadain, Nicholas Papadakis, and Gillian Sapounakis., Nikolaos Markakis (2016). Cultivating Roots: A Tensional-Hybrid Investigation of Embodied Resources through Traditional Cretan Folkloric and Contemporary Dance Practices (Masters of Fine Arts dissertation).