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Joan Ramon Graell, virtual nou president de l?APCC

L’acròbata Joan Ramon Graell és virtualment el nou president de l’Associació de Professionals de Circ de Catalunya (APCC) després de presentar-se una única candidatura que incorpora també a Karoli com a tresorer de l’entitat, Lluc Armengol com a vicepresident i Jordi Gaspar com a secretari. La candidatura arriba després d’una pròrroga en la presentació de candidatures i d’una polèmica reunió que van convocar alguns socis de l’APCC. Les eleccions seran el pròxim dia 12 de desembre. 


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  1. Pirámides humanas pueden ser realizados por animadores, acróbatas de circo por el que se pueden realizar trucos adicionales al mismo tiempo, como hacer juegos malabares o hacer el viaje pirámide o menos perfectamente por los aficionados a menudo para la diversión de fracasar y caer.
  2. Some circuses stayed afloat by merging with other circus companies. However a good number of old-fashioned travelling circuses with their usual mixture of acrobat, clown and animal acts are still active in various parts of the world ranging from small family enterprises on the edge of survival to the three ring extravaganzas like Vazquez Hermanos Circus in Mexico.
  3. Carnival is a festive season which occurs immediately before Lent; the main events are usually during February. Carnival typically involves a public celebration or parade combining some elements of a circus, mask and public street party. 
  4. The celebration in the neighboring island of Sao Nicolau is considered the most traditional, where incumbent groups celebrate the festival through the narrow colonial streets of Ribeira Brava, culminating in the picturesque town square.
  5. Three main parades take place during Carnival. The first is held on the first day, during which the Carnival King rides through the city on his carriage. The second is held on the first Sunday of the festival and the participants are mainly children.
  6. Cataluña recupera la autonomía política y cultural. Hoy en día, Cataluña es una delas regiones económicamente más dinámicas de España. La ciudad más grande y capital catalán, en Barcelona, es un importante centro cultural internacional y un importante destino turístico. 
  7. Personal computer hardware are the component devices that are the building blocks of personal computers. These are typically installed into a computer case, or attached to it by a cable or through a port. In the latter case, they are also referred to as peripherals.
  8. Contemporary circus combines traditional circus skills and theatrical techniques to convey a story or theme. Compared with the traditional circus, the contemporary genre of circus tends to focus more attention on the overall aesthetic impact, on character and story development, and on the use of lighting design, original music, and costume design to convey thematic or narrative content.
  9. Carnival is traditionally held in Catholic and, to a lesser extent, Eastern Orthodox societies. Protestant areas usually do not have Carnival celebrations or have modified traditions, such as the Danish Carnival or other Shrove Tuesday events.
  10. The Night Circus is a phantasmagorical fairy tale set near an ahistorical Victorian London in a wandering magical circus that exists only from sunset to sunrise. Le Cirque des Rêves, the Circus of Dreams, features such wonders and “ethereal enigmas” as a blooming garden made all of ice and a fire-breathing paper dragon.
  11. A traditional circus performance is often led by a ringmaster who has a role similar to a Master of Ceremonies. The ringmaster presents performers, speaks to the audience, and generally keeps the show moving. The activity of the circus traditionally takes place within a ring; large circuses may have multiple rings, like the six-ringed Moscow State Circus.
  12. The Circus-Circus is what the whole hep world would be doing Saturday night if the Nazis had won the war. This is the sixth Reich. The ground floor is full of gambling tables, like all the other casinos . . . but the place is about four stories high, in the style of a circus tent, and all manner of strange County-Fair/Polish Carnival madness is going on up in this space. 
  13. The modern circus is an amalgam other influences as well. Bands of Gypsies often brought with them circus skills and trained animals while traveling Britan, and Antonio Franconi, the founder of the French circus, is often credited as a co-creator of the modern circus.Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show was also an precurser to the circus we are now familar with.
  14. The influence of the American circus brought about a considerable change in the character of the modern circus. In arenas too large for speech to be easily audible, the traditional comic dialog of the clown assumed a less prominent place than formerly, while the vastly increased wealth of stage properties relegated to the background the old-fashioned equestrian feats, which were replaced by more ambitious acrobatic performances, and by exhibitions of skill, strength and daring, requiring the employment of immense numbers of performers and often of complicated and expensive machinery.
  15. The circus of Rome is thought to have been influenced by the Greeks, with chariot racing and the exhibition of animals as traditional attractions. The Roman circus consisted of tiers of seats running parallel with the sides of the course, and forming a crescent around one of the ends.
  16. Some circuses stayed afloat by merging with other circus companies. However a good number of old-fashioned travelling circuses with their usual mixture of acrobat, clown and animal acts are still active in various parts of the world ranging from small family enterprises on the edge of survival to the three ring extravaganzas like Vazquez Hermanos Circus in Mexico. 
  17. Despite the contemporary circus’ shift toward more theatrical techniques and its emphasis on human rather than animal performance, traditional circus companies still exist alongside the new movement. Numerous circuses continue to maintain animal performers, including Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus, UniverSoul Circus, and the Big Apple Circus from the United States.
  18. Contemporary circus combines traditional circus skills and theatrical techniques to convey a story or theme. Compared with the traditional circus, the contemporary genre of circus tends to focus more attention on the overall aesthetic impact, on character and story development, and on the use of lighting design, original music, and costume design to convey thematic or narrative content. 
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  20. The show brings together popular television actors and professional stand-up comedians to perform on a highly competitive stage. Jodis (or teams of two) are scored by the judges and the live studio audience to determine eliminations.
  21. Circuses were venues for chariot races, horse races, and performances that commemorated important events of the empire were performed there. For events that involved re-enactments of naval battles, the circus was flooded with water.
  22. Circus World was a theme park built north of Haines City, Florida in Polk County, on the east corner of the intersection of US 27 and Interstate 4. It was originally a property of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, and was intended additionally to be the circus’s winter headquarters.
  23. The way in and out of all the other places in the map. The outdoors, unlike all the other areas (which have a reddish tint), has a old, abandoned feel to it. The outdoors make a circle around the entire Circus. They also feature what looks like destroyed buildings, further increasing the abandoned feel. In one of these remains is another Zone, another contains a Speed Powerup, and another a weapon. 
  24. Jumping fleas are used for kicking small lightweight balls. They are carefully given a ball; when they try to jump away which is not possible because of the harness, they shoot the ball instead. Running fleas are used to pull small carts and vehicles or to rotate a Ferris wheel. 
  25. The nouveau cirque movement originated in the late 60s in France, trough the experience of the Cirque Bidon, and the consequential birth of Archaos. Then in Australia, the West Coast of the United States and the United Kingdom.
  26. Some flea circuses may appear to use real fleas, but don’t. A variety of electrical, magnetic, and mechanical devices have been used to augment exhibits. In some cases these mechanisms are responsible for all of the “acts,” with loose fleas in the exhibit maintaining the illusion.
  27. The show drew audiences at venues unknown to old-time sideshows, like rock clubs and the 1992 Lollapalooza festival. The Jim Rose Circus held its last known performance in 2005 at the Fright Dome at Circus Circus in Las Vegas[citation needed], but some of its performers still tour individually. 
  28. Twilight Circus is becoming increasingly popular and well known for Moore’s work with artists such as Big Youth, Michael Rose of Black Uhuru and Ranking Joe. He originally started off producing dub albums from his Dutch studio, before recording vocalists for inclusion on his critically acclaimed Foundation Rockers album.
  29. Extreme Circus is a genre of contemporary circus that often encompasses forms of sport and stunts with acts such as fire-dancing and synchronized trapeze, and playing music chosen to blend with each act.
  30. However a good number of old-fashioned travelling circuses with their usual mixture of acrobat, clown and animal acts are still active in various parts of the world ranging from small family enterprises on the edge of survival to the three ring extravaganzas like Vazquez Hermanos Circus in Mexico.
  31. Compared with the traditional circuses of the past, the contemporary approach tends to focus more attention on the overall aesthetic impact, on character and story development, and on the use of lighting design, original music, and costume design to convey thematic or narrative content.
  32. Vaudeville Caravan brings the joy and wonder of the classical circus to elderly living in residential care facilities. The program utilizes music, juggling, magic, and improvisational theater to create personalized, meaningful interactions with the elderly residents at eight Chicago-area nursing home facilities, and also with elderly veterans at the Veteran’s Administration Hospital of Hudson Valley’s Long Term Care facility in Montrose, NY.
  33. Music used in the production is often composed exclusively for that production, and aesthetic influences are drawn as much from contemporary culture as from circus history. Animal acts appear less frequently in contemporary circus than in traditional circus.
  34. Public and private schools and not-for-profit organizations serving disadvantaged children, families, and the elderly can become part of the Circus for All! Program by completeing our registration form. Each organization needs to register with us only once, and your group will be considered for free and discountyed tickets throughout this year’s tour and in future years.
  35. It was originally constructed in 1919 and was the first such permanent building for circus performances in Germany. It was particularly known as the first building specifically for clown shows, although even in its early days it was also used for a range of other events.
  36. Highwire is the same as tight wire but at much greater height. Although there is no official height when tight wire becomes high wire, generally a wire over twenty feet high will be regarded as a high wire act. Traditionally, the difference is in style of performance.
  37. A Museum Show which might be deceptively billed as World’s Greatest Freaks Past and Present,” is a sideshow in which the exhibits are usually not alive. It might include tanks of piranhas or cages with unusual animals, stuffed freak animals or other exotic items like the weapons or cars allegedly used by famous murderers
  38. Like some other parts in the rest of the Mediterranean coast of the Iberian Peninsula, Catalonia was colonised by Ancient Greeks, who settled around the Roses area. Both Greeks and Carthaginians (who, in the course of the Second Punic War, briefly ruled the territory) interacted with the main Iberian substratum.

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