Fusion: Edward Dizon
Click on the links below to hear audio segments from an April
2007 interview by Armand Venenciano
with Edward Dizon, who is the director of Fusion Dance team.
Male Fusion Dancers
(Ed Dizon top left)
Background Information on FUSION
Background and childhood (1.3 MB Click here for audio file)
Ed talks about life growing up and the differences of Filipino and American views.
What does it mean to be Filipino? (1.6 MB Click here for audio file)
One of the hardest questions… Ed talks about
Experiences in Filipino Culture (3.6 MB Click here for audio file)
Ed talks about his experiences in Filipino culture.
PCN (Pilipino Culture Night) (216 KB Click here for audio file)
Ed talks about events in PCN
When was the last time you have been to the
Background on FUSION (3 MB Click here for audio file)
Origins of FUSION.
How did you get into Dancing? (1.8 MB Click here for audio file)
Dancing as a hobby?
Goals as a Dancer (510 KB Click here for audio file)
Past Goals as a dancer explained.
Promoting FUSION (824 KB Click here for audio file)
Myspace, e-mail blasts and so-on
Fusion Promoting for Dance Auditions
Look At picture.
Current Dance Classes
Benefiting from FUSION (1.3 MB Click here for audio file)
If students joined a program such as FUSION.
Fusion Involved with Filipino-American community? (3.5 MB Click here for audio file)
Events that relate to connecting to the Filipino- American Community.
Fiesta Filipina - June 11, 2006
Favorite Food (687 MB Click here for audio file)
Two types, one of them has to deal with remembering his Auntie
Future Goals for FUSION? (1.7 MB Click here for audio file)
Lots of goals listed in the interview.
Filipino- American History? (3.0 MB Click here for more information)
Ed talks about leaving an imprint, leaving something so that he can be remembered.
Promoting FUSION: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v289/NICKELAZZ/may12_flyer_v.jpg
Fiesta Filipina: http://a697.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/00839/69/69/839309696_l.jpg
SF State's FUSION: Fusing Students with Dance: http://xpress.sfsu.edu/archives/arts/008327.html
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last revised: 5-30-07
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