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2018-2019 Programs By Discipline

aless

Rinkside
Joined
Mar 26, 2018
Links to past seasons'' programs music can be found here:
https://goldenskate.com/forum/showth...53#post1143453

Men

Dmitri Aliev RUS
SP:
FS: Clouds, The mind on the (Re)Wind" by Ezio Bosso; choreo by Ilya Averbukh

Jason Brown USA
SP: Love is a B*tch by Two Feet; choreo by Rohene Ward
FS:

Josh Brown GBR
SP: "Bad Boy Good Man" by Tape Five; choreo by Jeranjak Ipakjan
FS: "I Dreamed A Dream" (from Les Miserables); "One More Day" (from Les Miserables); "On My Own" (from Les Miserables); choreo by Jeranjak Ipakjan

Mauro Calcagno ARG
SP:

Matthew Cangelose USA
SP:
FS: Gershwin’s Concerto in F

Donovan Carrillo MEX
SP: Samba; choreo by Gregorio Nuñez
FS: Ya lo sé que tu te vas (Juan Gabriel); choreo by Gregorio Nuñez

Young-Hyun Cha KOR
SP: Grand Budapest Hotel
FS: D'Artagnan

Nathaniel Chapple USA
SP:
FS: Game of Thrones

Nathen Chen USA
SP: "Caravan" by Duke Ellington, performed by Fanfare Ciocarlia
FS: "Land of All" by Woodkid

Timothy Dolensky USA
SP: "Spark" by Amber Run; choreo byDaniil Barantsev
FS: "Faux" by Novo Amor and Ed Tullett," with remix by Said the Sky (2017-18 FS); choreo byRyan Jahnke

Ryan Dunk USA
SP:
FS: La La Land soundtrack

Alexei Erokhov RUS
SP: "Black Earth" (inspired by the Turkish folk song "Kara Toprak") by Fazil Say; choreo by Daniil Gleikhengauz
FS: "Io Ci Saro," performed by Andrea Boccelli

Paul Fentz GER
SP: "Blue Skies" performed by Sam Harris
FS: Game of Thrones soundtrack by Ramin Djawadi (last year's); choreo by Paul Boll, Mark Pillay,
Paul Fentz

Gabriel Folkesson SWE
SP: Elvis Presley Selection; choreo by Stephane Lambiel, Susanne Seger
FS: "Bohemian Rhapsody" by Freddie Mercury performed by Queen; choreo by Stephane Lambiel, Susanne Seger

Artem Frolov RUS
SP:
FS: "Cry me a river" performed by Michael Bublé

Stephen Gogolev CAN
SP: "Run Boy Run" by Yoann Lemoine, performed by Woodkid; choreo by Mary Angela Larmer, David Wilson
FS: Sherlock Holmes (soundtrack) by Hans Zimmer; choreo by Mary Angela Larmer, David Wilson

Daniel Grassl ITA
SP:

Tomas Llorenc Guarino Sabate SUI
SP:

Laurent Guay CAN
SP: Poeta; choreo by David Wilson
FS:

Petr Gumennik RUS.
SP :
FS: Romeo and Juliet

Denis Gurdzhi GER
SP:

Tomoki Hiwatashi USA
SP: “Cry Me a River” performed by Michael Buble
FS:

Charles Henry Katanovic CRO
SP: "

Mikalai Kazlou BLR
SP: "

JoonSoo Kim USA
SP “Nero” by Two Steps from Hell
FS: “Concierto de Aranjuez” by Rodrigo

Alex Krasnozhon USA
SP: "Dancing on My Own;" choreo by Scott Brown
FS: "Piano Concerto in A minor, Op 16" by Edvard Grieg; choreo by Marina Zueva

Si-Hyeong Lee KOR
SP: James Bond
FS: Love Never Dies by Andrew Lloyd Webber

Eric Liu CAN
SP:
FS: Four Seasons (Winter) by Vivaldi

Jimmy Ma USA
SP: “Sahara Tango” and“Mi Gente;” choreo by Nikolai Morozov
FS:

Luc Maierhofer AUT
SP:

Kao Miura JPN
SP:
FS: Romeo & Juliet

Sena Miyake JPN
SP:
FS: Tchaikovsky's violin concerto

Jordan Moeller USA
SP: “I Need” by Clark Beckham
FS:

Sondre Oddvoll-Boe NOR
SP: "You are the Reason" by Calum Scott; Choreo. by Mark Pillay
FS: "Bring Him Home (from "Les Miserables") by Claude-Michel Schoenberg; original choreo by Michael Huth. (2016-17 program)

Nikolaj Molgaard Pedersen DEN
SP: "Electro Swing (Freshly Squeezed)" by DJ Dunya - Xylo Swing; choreo by Igor Tsion
FS: Soundtrack selection by Patrick Doyle; choreo by Igor Tsion

Joseph Phan CAN
SP: Million Eyes by Loïc Nottet; choreo by Jeffrey Buttle
FS:

Calvin Pratama INA
SP:

Camden Pulkinen USA
SP: "Oblivion" by Astor Piazzolla; choreo by Stéphane Lambiel;
FS: West Side Story soundtrack by Leonard Bernstein; choreo by Tom Dickson

Sean Rabbitt USA
SP: East of Eden (reprise of 2016-17)
LP: West Side Story

Aleksa Rakic CAN
SP: "The Blower's Daughter" by Damien Rice; choreo by Mark Pillay, Joanne McLeod, Megan Wing
FS: Selection by Sergei Rachmaninov; choreo by Mark Pillay, Joanne McLeod, Megan Wing

Kevin Reynolds CAN
SP : Illusionary World by 植松伸夫 Nobuo Uematsu (Final Fantasy IV); choreo by Lance Vipond
FS : Music of Ni no kuni (a role-playing video game ) by 久石譲 Joe Hisaishi; choreo by Lance Vipond

Egor Rukhin RUS
SP:

Daniil Samsonov RUS
SP:
FS: "Rhapsody in Blue" by Gershwin

Hiroaki Sato JPN
SP: Too Close; choreo by Massimo Scali
FS: Shostakovich Symphony Number 5 "Revolution;" choreo by Misao Sato

Emmanuel Savary USA
SP:
FS: “Io Ci Saro,” performed by Andrea Bocelli with pianist Lang Lang

Roman Savosin RUS
SP:

Dustin Sheriff-Clayton CAN
SP: “Make it Rain” by Ed Sheeran
FS:

Koshiro Shimada JPN
SP: Adios; choreo by Stephane Lambiel
FS: Winter in Buenos Aires; choreo by Stephane Lambiel

Mitsuki Sumoto JPN
SP: Tosca; choreo by Nanami Abe
FS: "Mi Mancherai" from the Il Postino soundtrack; choreo by Nanami Abe

Keiji Tanaka JPN
SP: Memories (previous season's SP); choreo by Massimo Scali)
FS: William Tell Overture

Bennet Toman CAN
SP: “Complainte de La Butte” performed by Rufus Wainwright from Moulin Rouge; choreo by Joey Russell
FS: “Elgar’s Enigma Variations, Opus 36: Nimrod” by Edward Elgar from Dunkirk; choreo by Jeffrey Buttle

Kazuki Tomono JPN
SP: Nuovo Cinema Paradiso
FS:

Andrew Torgashev USA
SP: "Open Arms" by Journey
FS: "El Tango de Roxane" from the Moulin Rouge soundtrack

Dinh Tran USA
SP: David Bowie’s “Let’s Dance”
FS:

Tatsuya Tsuboi JPN
SP:
FS: Symphony No. 9 by Dvorak

Shoma Uno JPN
SP: Flamenco version of Stairway to Heaven by Rodrigo y Gabriella
FS: Moonlight Sonata by Beethoven

Sota Yamamoto JPN
SP: Air on a G String by J. S. Bach
FS:

Alexander Zlatzov BUL
SP:
Kazuki tomonos FS is to Riverdance, I don't know whether it's been discussed but it's not in this overview so I thought I'd point that out
 

Ice Dance

Record Breaker
Joined
Jan 26, 2014
I'm not really bothered by single skaters doing tango even if it's the SD rythm. They are two different disciplines and I don't think they should pay attention to each other tbh - for example, I only follow Ice Dance sporadically, I'm sure it's true (and the opposite too) for many viewers

Because if athletes & coaches don't pay attention to the rhythm dance selection and you/your athlete skates after the RD at Worlds/Europeans/4CCs/Junior Worlds, you might wonder why the all-event ticket holders groan as soon as your music comes on?

(Actually, the best reason to pay attention to the selections in ice dance is that often ice dance as a larger discipline is the most musically oriented. Dancers and/or their choreographers are often the first to go out on a limb and find & develop new music for the sport. Many many famous singles & pairs programs were successful dance programs first. And, of course, it occasionally happens the other way as well).
 
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pearly

Record Breaker
Joined
Sep 1, 2017
I think coaches and athletes are much less bothered than we are because they have different panels and judges at competitions. But yes, it would be nice to be thoughtful and consider the audiences as well.
 

Tutto

Record Breaker
Joined
Jan 25, 2013
Sorry if its a wrong thread to ask this but I've just re-watched this movie and wonder if anyone ever skated to the Thorn Birds soundtrack?
 

xeyra

Constant state
Record Breaker
Joined
Jan 10, 2017
Virginia Elisa BUSTOS ARG
SP: "Seven Nations Army" performed by White Stripes ft. Haley Reinhart; "Mambo No. 8" by Perez Prado; "Mambo No. 5" by Perez Prado; choreo by Fernando Montiel

Oh, it's the same cover Marin Honda is doing as well!
 

Baron Vladimir

Record Breaker
Joined
Dec 18, 2014
Because if athletes & coaches don't pay attention to the rhythm dance selection and you/your athlete skates after the RD at Worlds/Europeans/4CCs/Junior Worlds, you might wonder why the all-event ticket holders groan as soon as your music comes on?

(Actually, the best reason to pay attention to the selections in ice dance is that often ice dance as a larger discipline is the most musically oriented. Dancers and/or their choreographers are often the first to go out on a limb and find & develop new music for the sport. Many many famous singles & pairs programs were successful dance programs first. And, of course, it occasionally happens the other way as well).

Which only means ice dancers should pay more attention to what music they are skating. If full time audience get bored by the music of single skaters it is because ice dancers exploited it before, so its their fault in first place why they didnt choose non boring tango, its not the fault of single skaters choreographs. Ice dance tech committee clearly encourage skaters, coaches and choreographs to think wider while they are choosing the tango music, so i hope they listen that advice.
 

SnowWhite

Record Breaker
Joined
Nov 30, 2016
Country
Canada
From Minto:

Conrad Orzel SP "In My Blood" Shawn Mendes

Nam Nguyen SP "That's Life" Frank Sinatra
 

Harriet

Record Breaker
Joined
Oct 23, 2017
Country
Australia
Vanessa James and Morgan Cipres, from her Instagram story (sorry, I don't have a link):

SP: 'Uninvited', Alanis Morrissette.
FS: 'Wicked Game' by Chris Issak, cover version (artist not stated).

Thanks to 1critic for posting the info in their FanFest!
 

Dr. Jenn

Medalist
Joined
Jan 10, 2014
Vanessa James and Morgan Cipres, from her Instagram story (sorry, I don't have a link):

SP: 'Uninvited', Alanis Morrissette.
FS: 'Wicked Game' by Chris Issak, cover version (artist not stated).

Thanks to 1critic for posting the info in their FanFest!

That sounds awesome - right up their alley, and a hit with 90s kids like me! ;)
 

NoNameFace

GS given name - Beatrice
Record Breaker
Joined
Nov 12, 2012
Vanessa James and Morgan Cipres, from her Instagram story (sorry, I don't have a link):

SP: 'Uninvited', Alanis Morrissette.
FS: 'Wicked Game' by Chris Issak, cover version (artist not stated).

Thanks to 1critic for posting the info in their FanFest!

Finally 'Wicked Game' as a program, especially by such sensual, seductive couple with knack of making songs with lyrics work! I love James Vincent MacMorrow's cover, but I think it would be too slow and lyrical, my cover pick would be one by Daughtry. Major props for both musical choices!
 

lauravvv

Medalist
Joined
Jun 19, 2012
Country
Latvia
Parsons/Parsons:
FD: To Build a Home by The Cinematic Orchestra
I am not sure if this is a good idea for them so soon after Papadakis/Cizeron's FD to Build a Home. Hopefully they and their coach and choreograoher have done something totally different with it. Still, comparisons are inevitable in any case.
 

Harriet

Record Breaker
Joined
Oct 23, 2017
Country
Australia
my cover pick would be one by Daughtry

I like this one by Theory of a Deadman.

Apparently they'll be performing the SP to 'Uninvited' at The Ice tonight - with Guillaume right there to see how it goes, which is a bonus! - so we might get to see it early when the show is broadcast on TV.
 

RemyRose

YOLO
Record Breaker
Joined
Dec 28, 2005
Country
United-States
Sergei Voronov

LP Kaleo - Way down we go

Choreographed by Denis Ten

https://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20180728-00000052-mai-spo

After the performance, according to the interview of the Mainichi Shimbun, Voronov said, "I'd like to slide through the program he choreographed as my future responsibility, obligation, to convey his thoughts and feelings is my destiny "I said.

 The performance is a song "Way Down We Go" tied up with the main character 'Logan' by a character of American comic. The hero has an image of immortality, and Ten proposed that it is suitable for Voronov who is active and still keeps skating even now when he turned 30.

 The choreography was held at the end of May, and Voronov said, "I never thought deeply, but when I think about it now, it was destiny, not from God but it is a given mission." In the free demonstration, Voronov cares for Mr. Ten. In the choreography of the places we have synchronized the movements Mr. Ten showed on the ice, the last looked up to the sky, and showed a praying look.
 

pearly

Record Breaker
Joined
Sep 1, 2017
Sergei Voronov

LP Kaleo - Way down we go

I love it. I heard this song on the radio some 2 weeks ago but couldn't Shazam it. Great music for Voronov. And also beautiful that we will have Denis's choreography this season.
 

SnowWhite

Record Breaker
Joined
Nov 30, 2016
Country
Canada
I am not sure if this is a good idea for them so soon after Papadakis/Cizeron's FD to Build a Home. Hopefully they and their coach and choreograoher have done something totally different with it. Still, comparisons are inevitable in any case.

Still better than what they had last year. Actually I think this is a good style for them, but they could have done it with a different song.
 
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