Fiery Jack - #
What a fabulous forum - thank you for having us!
We are super excited about putting on the family and youth area of the BJC so counting down the days for that at the moment!
Also, (in between a packed out work season!) we're very excited to be resurrecting Broxford!
The FJ Family
I see on Facebook that Broxford is back this year (in a shortened form).
The text of the flyer reads:
13 - 18th September
@Kiln Farm, Oxford, OX44 9AR
It also adds an email address (Fiery Jack) but I won't repeat that in machine-readable form on the public internet.
I have nothing to do with the event, just passing on the information I've read!
World Juggling Day (Weekend) returns!
16th-18th June Cheshire UK
Please take a look on the events page and check out our website for details...then buy a ticket...then come and have a lovely time!
Just wanted to pop in and say Hi! We belonged to a juggling club about 30-40 minutes from home for several years. We only attended occasionally, as it was a bit of a drive, but after that club became inactive, we decided to give it a go closer to home. In January of this year, we started the St. Charles Juggling Group in the small town of St. Charles Michigan. We currently have about 10-12 regulars and hoping to grow the group some more. After only 2 months of juggling, we're already seeing a lot of enthusiasm and progress in our new jugglers. If you're ever in the area, come check us out. We're very informal and mostly beginning jugglers, but we're having fun!
Welcome to The Edge, and good luck with the club!
Rhodora Fitzgerald - - Parent #
Im looking for this juggling music which is heard in these 2 videos but they’re both different, It’s nearly impossible to find and nobody on reddit has been able to tell me, i’m praying that someone on here can help me find this song cause I really need it for my shows in the future, please and thanks.
https://youtu.be/4MjisIDPY7A (1st song)
https://youtu.be/AFKtV0DNdkc (Starts at 1:10)(a bit sped up)
The Google app has impressed me recently with its 'search a song' button. I had my hopes but it found nothing for this one. I guess that's because it's played live and noisy here!
THe music seems a bit generic to me: can you not use something else and make the performance more 'you'?
Richard Loxley - - Parent #
It's not uncommon for circus acts to have music composed specifically for their acts. This definitely sounds like "show" music, rather than a piece of general purpose music.
So it may have been composed for that circus, or for that juggler? If so, you'd probably need permission from them to use it - and they may well be reluctant to let other people use it.
Or it might just be generic sheet music that the circus band is playing.
The second video seems to be this circus: http://pauwelscircus.com/
It's unclear whether the first video is the same circus (in a different tent) or a different one.
I think the juggler is the same in both?
there will be a new edition of YANA Magazine in April. YANA describes itself like:
"YANA is a celebration of emotional juggling. At the crossroads of movement, rhythm, composition, mathematics, sports, architecture, design and hobbies, juggling is an elaborate, complex and diverse art form.
The magazine contains art works and essays created by jugglers from every part of the world, shedding light on the unique brains making it so special. A new platform for juggling to exist and be seen, from an intimate perspective rather than performative."
I will bring the first two editions to #hamburg circus meeting on Monday.
YANA is a print issue that cares about experimenting with design and strives to be itself a piece of art. I am very happy that this creative work exists.
Update on European Juggling Convention, EJC 2023 in Ireland:
Important EJC 2023 Announcement!
Hello Jugglers and Circus Family,
We have an update for this year's EJC. After many difficulties securing a site for the Convention, we are delighted to say we are now in final negotiations with a venue. We are working on this process at full speed, and hope to have a final decision and contract by the end of March.
So what we want you to know is that the final decision on the site will be made very soon. The team are fully dedicated and strong, and are fully confident of hosting the EJC this summer! Our dates remain 29 July - 6 Aug 2023!
We really appreciate both your patience and good wishes. Hosting an EJC is a huge task, and we are grateful for all the support now and to come. Be sure that we as a team promise to deliver the best EJC we can, and we look forward to welcoming you to Ireland very soon!!!
The EJC 2023 Team
#EJC2023 #ejcireland #europeanjugglingconvention #meetinIreland
I'm using your jugglingedge API now. If you see some moderate traffic from jonglaria.org or conventiontickets.de (a new domain for a central juggling convention ticketing system in germany) - that is me. Shouldn't be too much though, after some initial debugging the daily cache should work now.
Florian (from Tübingen)
Hi Florian, yes traffic is coming through nicely. I love to see it! I've also just had a couple of convention organisers from Germany get in touch to join the Edge which is clearly down to your efforts, thank you very much!
I'm interested to learn about your ticketing system too. I can't see a way to view the system on the homepage is it not live yet or do you have specific links to specific events?
I don't know if you are aware of the Edge Registration System. If you want to have a look around I've just given you access to my "first test" register. If you go to: https://jugglingedge.com/registration/ you will have a link to "My registers" in the top right hand corner which takes you to a list of the registers you have access to. The register link goes to the list of test orders in the system & the menu link gives you access to all the set up & report pages. Please feel free to have a play as much as you like!
I don't know, if I caused anyone to join, but I like jugglingedge and tell people about it, so could be :). This is all very early with the registration system (although they want to run the registration of #DropGmbHAichtal very very soon over it), so I didn't add any links to the actual registration pages on the startpage yet as of yesterday (I did add some API generated list of conventions running over the system today though). They decided to use an open source solution "pretix" for it.
I'm aware of the Edge Registration System and mentioned it alongside the system which Andreas Nitsche programmed, when we had a first networking meeting of juggling convention organizers in germany some weeks ago. I think one problem mentioned was that for the system of Andreas he (very understandable with a full time job and probably other obligations) couldn't really put enough time into maintaining it on the level required for the EJC, or something along those lines (those in the know, please correct me, this is just plausible hearsay from my part). So I think part of the decision to use "pretix" was that there is a developer working full time on it and one can get commercial support from him if needed.
As for myself, I've programmed a quirky registration system for #TuebingerCon9 and I think I like to hang on to it for a bit longer :). Special features include an age dependant price (last time we had < 6 years free entry, 6 < 11 1 Euro per year of age, 12-17 20 Euro, >=18 28 Euro and another set of different prices if you didn't register in advance) and this year I plan to make a CO2 optimizing carpooling feature for the convention participants. Those stuff is difficult to do nicely in an off the shelf system and I don't like the (at least perceived) software bloat.
Still I'd like to see what you came up in the Edge Registration System and I might have a look later, thanks a lot for the access!
I want to BACK again juggler. Last time I stop 2015 till now My favorite is passing juggle! Keep in touch. Pinky
Pinky Aiello - - Parent #
Pinky Aiello - - Parent #
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