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The “BEBOP” Arts Platform For Jazz, Dance, Theatre, and Film Begins Trading on OTC

NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / September 2, 2022 / The BeBop Channel Corporation(OTC PINK: BBOP), believed to be the first public company dedicated to jazz, dance, theatre and film, began trading on September 1 on OTC Markets under the symbol BBOP.

By focusing on the ‘High Arts', BeBop seeks to convert Arts patrons into investors and to disrupt the traditional philanthropic model on which Arts organizations heavily rely for donations and grants to survive.

Veteran jazz musician, playwright and Interim CEO Gregory Charles Royal, says "the High Arts garner billions of dollars in worldwide revenue from jazz festivals to dance classes, from Arts products to radio, film and print. Why shouldn't the High Arts-as a consolidated industry-not enjoy the benefits of the capital markets and offer Arts supporters an opportunity to potentially benefit financially while continuing to support the artistic endeavors that they love?"

'BeBop', which began the process of going public under former CEO, DC journalist Steve Clemons, believes there is plenty of room for growth in this vastly underdeveloped industry of consolidated Arts genres.

The platform kicked off with a media buy from Philip Morris International (PM) in 2021. Co-Founder Sue Veres Royal, who has over 20 years of experience as a nonprofit executive in DC and New York, says "BeBop is a 21st century approach to connect artistic opportunity and live audiences around the world--a 'Huff Post' for the Arts, if you will".

The company says it will seek to partner with several existing Arts organizations and companies during its current June 30 fiscal year. It continues to build out its streaming channel that runs on Smart TV apps including Roku (ROKU), Amazon Fire (AMZN) and Apple TV (AAPL); the Film channel currently has over 650 films from up-and-coming filmmakers from 85 countries. The company has also started its development of live events with its Off-Broadway production God Doesn't Mean You Get to Live Forever running on 42nd Street in New York City.

‘BeBop' bills itself as The Global City for the Arts where Artistry Knows No Borders.



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Certain information set forth in this press release contains "forward-looking statements", under applicable securities laws (collectively referred to herein as forward-looking statements). Except for statements of historical fact, the information contained herein constitutes forward-looking statements and includes, but is not limited to statements of future partnerships.

These statements are not guarantees of future performance and undue reliance should not be placed on them. Such forward-looking statements necessarily involve known and unknown risks and uncertainties.

Although forward-looking statements contained in this press release are based upon what management of the Company believes are reasonable assumptions, there can be no assurance that forward-looking statements will prove to be accurate, as actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. The Company undertakes no obligation to update forward-looking statements if circumstances or management's estimates or opinions should change except as required by applicable securities laws. The reader is cautioned not to place undue reliance on forward-looking statements.

Sue Veres Royal
(202) 302-6703
[email protected]

SOURCE: BeBop Channel Corporation

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Dancers in vintage costumes are dancing a pavane. 1913.

In France, officers dance the first officially authorized tango. In this, France differs from Germany, where the emperor forbade officers to dance the tango. France, 1914.

International dance competitions. Tango Guibert and René Blanc (Royal restaurant in The Hague). The Netherlands, 1914.

Eccentric dance from the last act "The Beautiful Cuban" (Rembrandt Theatre). The Netherlands, Amsterdam, 1914.

An American woman teaches English boys how to dance the Charleston. Great Britain, 1925

Dutch dance marathon. The photo shows the couples participating in the competition. Netherlands, Amsterdam, 1925.

Dancing in the streets to the sounds of the organ on the occasion of the 650th anniversary Amsterdam, the Netherlands 1925

"Swenson Sisters" in the dance number of the Music Hall on the Champs Elysees. Paris, France, 1926

Lucille Hill in costume and headdress performs the Charleston. United States of America, 1926.

A dancer dances on top of a skyscraper under construction in Charleston. It was a publicity stunt for American dancers. United States of America, 1926 year old

The Charleston is danced by a white man and woman, while the Negro children clap to the beat. United States of America, 1926

Dancer in exotic costume in Utrecht. The Netherlands, 1926.

Dancers from 1926

Members of the Arunta tribe perform a hunter's dance with spears and shields. The Arunta are an Aboriginal tribe near Alice Springs in central Australia, 1926.

Black Bottom dancers. Paris, France, 1926 year old

Dancing in the snow. USA, 1926.

Dancers in an expressive pose. Mary Wigman School. 1926

Charleston joint performance, USA, 1926.

Dancing couples on the dance floor Princess in London. 1927

Russian beauty queen, Nina Alvis, performing at the London Theatre.30

The second lineup of the Ziegfried Follies. The first group of dancers are currently married to an American millionaire or to representatives of the English aristocratic society. 1930

Revue girls. Germany. 1930

Girls from a Broadway show. 1931

Mary Wigman from the ballet school in Berlin teaches her students how to dance with graffiti on the floor and walls. Berlin.1931

Two women dance on mats. Around a man and a woman in traditional dress who make music and clap their hands. Tripoli, Libya, 1931

Chicago Dance Marathon: After 1300 hours of dancing, Jerry Ann collapses. The couple set a new record, United States of America 1931

Rumba, the original Cuban dance. Miami Beach, United States of America, 1933

The slow dance begins with a spell that drives ghosts into a circle of dancers. Negroes dance without masks, but painted with lime and paint and look very creepy. Kenya 1935

Chief's wife in a dance costume. Kenya 1935

"Orchestra" with monotonous tam-toms slowly but surely leads the dancers into ecstasy. Kenya 1935

Blacks during a dance. Kenya 1935.

With wild cries, blacks fight in ecstasy. Kenya 1935

A shaman watches over the dancers. Kenya 1935.

Man and woman dancing conga. 1935

New English dance "Continental" created by famous dancer Fred Astaire. "Continental" performed by the famous couple Ruth and William Penn, 1935

A dancer in Zoadiba, Cameroon, 1937

A man and a woman dance a wild swing. New York, United States of America, 1938.

London cabaret dancers parody Chamberlain. England, 1939 g

Dance floor, women in long evening dresses, men in tuxedos or uniforms. 1940

Dance school. 1941

A couple dancing to bebop, Amsterdam, 1953

A man and a woman are dancing jive. Netherlands, 1950s


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    Bebop (dance) -

    For the article of the same name, see Bebop.

    Ve-bop , or "bop", is a jazz dance couple born in the cellars of Saint-Germain-des-Pres in Paris after liberation between 1945/46.

    At this time, young people and artists (Jacques Prevert, Roger Vadim, Roger Vaillant ...) meet in modest bistros in Saint-Germain-des-Prés to have fun, to forget the horrors of World War II. The dancers were nicknamed "the basement rat" after the troupe formed by Yano Merry and running on swings, boogie-woogie, New Orleans jazz and traditional jazz (Sidney Bechet, Claude Luther...). Their dance of swing and boogie woogie will be called be-bop .


    • 1 Cellars of Saint-Germain-des-Prés where it all began ...
    • 2 Bebop and rock and roll
    • 3 Various currents
    • 4 Where to dance be-bop today? Where it all began...
    • 5 External links

    The cellars of Saint-Germain-des-Prés where it all began...

    • Le Caveau de Lorientais , open window in the basement of the Hotel Des Carmes, Rue des Carmes.
    • Le Tabou , a bistro at 32/33 rue Dauphine, opened April 11, 1947. The group Grrr formed by Boris Vian and his brothers perform there and the place is frequented by the existentialists Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir, Yves Montand and Simone Signoret, Jean-Louis Barrault and Madeleine Renaud, Juliette Greco, Anne-Marie Casalis, Alexander Astruk ...
    • Club Saint-Germain, which parades the greatest musicians of the day: Charlie Parker, Kenny Clarke, Count Basie, Errol Garner, Duke Ellington. Boris Vian launches bebop presented in Paris on February 1948 years old, during the famous Dizzy Gillespie concert at the Salle Pleyel.
    • Vieux Colombier, where Sidney Bechet performs and is frequented by Raymond Quenot, Giacometti, Albert Camus, Jean-Paul Sartre...
    • Blue Note , etc.

    In 1948, the 1- and World Championships at the Bebop Coliseum took place.

    Be-bop and rock and roll

    In June 1954, the producers of the film Graine de Violence came to find a troupe of Jit preventers at Vie Colombier for a private movie screening and discovery of this new music from America, rock and roll from Bill Haley and his Comet.
    The same evening, the press was called to Vieux Colombier and announced a jet-bop in a rock and roll number that was actually their regular bebop.
    There was Juliet Greco, Eddie Constantine and other artists... all came out to dance.
    After 1954, the World B-bop Championship held in Lyon continued every year, but was called the World Championship of ... Rock and Roll.

    The dance is characterized by a rounded physique , rounded figures or helps in the trajectories of two dancers, great freedom of movement, great elegance ; there are common "figures" that we find in most dancers, but each teacher creates his own figures and gives them arbitrary names: therefore, be-bop is a dance that is difficult to qualify, as is the musical current be-bop, which was an extravagant mix of jazz. , blues and swing tones.

    Various currents

    In the south-east of France, the style is more fluid, closer to the ground, more slippery. The fantasies that we see more and more often in dance (lunges, throws, brushes, etc.) are all variants that signify the development of the dance at a local level. In Paris, bebop is danced more lively, more "touching".

    There are different stylistic trends in be-bop, three of which are significant:

    • 1°) Parisian (Saint-Germain is the most famous),
    • 2°) Marseille dance (Le Bop or Be-bop jazz) is performed over 6 beats, very smoothly, at a fairly fast pace, with simplified steps for the rider (4 steps: 1-2-3-5) and 8 steps. (1-2-3 and 4-5 and 6) for a dancer who, with a lot of "slippery" steps, can perform the fast movements required for the dance.
    • 3°) Lyon is the most spectacular style in boogie-influenced footwork. It is danced on a basis of 6 beats called 3-3-2 combined with 10 beats at a very fast pace up to 72 MPM or 144 BPM and is mostly danced in the New Orleans rivavela.

    Where to dance be-bop today? Where it all began...

    To dance be-bop, you need to visit the following establishments (not an exhaustive list..):

    • In Paris, Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Le Caveau de la Huchette, rue de la Huchette, a stone's throw from Notre Dame. This is a jazz cellar in the basement, the place is legendary, a live orchestra plays in front of the audience on a small platform 10 cm high, as if it is among the audience, the dance floor is small and the level of the dancers is excellent. Every evening is interesting, on weekdays it is better to dance.

    Please note that basement type clubs are slowly disappearing, for example club Z , a small basement in Saint Germain, with a favorite evening, Thursday night, to the sound of vinyl records from a DJ who closed his doors in 2010. Slow Club, is another famous place in Paris, which closed its doors in 2005 when there, the orchestra made the dancers swing until the end of the night.

    Today the concerts have been moved to various taverns on the Seine and the Marne, "to lose the spirit of the cellars is to lose some be-bop!"

    • In Bordeaux, on the docks, the Comptoir du Jazz, through the association Rock and Swing Club, offers Be-Bop sessions at 3- and Sundays of the month at the Hollywood decor cinema. Outside is a nice jazz and world music club during the week.
    • In Marseille and its region Be-bop is very active and several schools teach this dance: one of the most important: "Be Bop N ° 1" is in Plan de Campagne (between Marseille and Aix-en-Provence) in Marseille "Bebop forever". " in Saint-Barnabe ( 12- e ) ... you can also find bebop lessons in Aubagne or even in Châteauneuf-lès-Martigues.

    External Links

    • Swing Temple
    • "The Birth of Bebop" on Yano Merry's official website
    • Be Bop №1
    • Bebop forever
    • Hot swing, Marseille
    • OSC Cestas, Swing Danses N'Co in Bordeaux

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