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Hong Kong Dance Alliance to Produce ‘New Force in Motion’ Series in 2018-19

2018.7.10

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Hong Kong Dance Alliance to Produce ‘New Force in Motion’ Series in 2018-19

 

10 July 2018 – The upcoming edition of ‘New Force in Motion’ presented by Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD) will be produced by Hong Kong Dance Alliance (HKDA). The double-bill production, ‘New Force in Motion’ Series: Out of sight, out of mind by Gabbie Chan and Moha by Jennifer Mok, will be performed on 28-30 September 2018 in the Black Box Theatre, Kwai Tsing Theatre.

 

‘New Force in Motion’ presents new dance works of emerging choreographers. It aims to offer a professional platform for young choreographers to showcase choreography, encourage development, and stimulate creativity through artistic mentoring and collaborative research. The HKDA first acted as the producer for ‘New Force in Motion’ Series: Solitary by Rex Cheng and Unmixed by KT Yau in 2017-18, the production was awarded for 20th Hong Kong Dance Awards Outstanding Small Venue Production. To continue the shared vision for dance development, and to facilitate the professional production process, the HKDA serve as the producer of the program again in 2018-19.

 

Two young local choreographers, Gabbie Chan and Jennifer Mok, were selected by the LCSD Art Form Panel (Dance and Multi-Arts) from the applications it received.

 

Gabbie Chan

Chan graduated from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, majoring in Chinese Dance. From 2012 to 2014, Chan joined the Dance Art Company and performed in productions including In search of Hui Sin, M-cident, and Lament of the Exile. In 2015, she joined Passoverdance and started creating choreography. Chan’s recent choreographies include the environmental dance Recycle Green presented in iDance Festival Hong Kong in 2015, and The 16th Day presented in The 44th Hong Kong Arts Festival in 2016. Other works include Whisper of Bubble, Fabric, He, She, It , Past , Chase and more. Chan is currently the Artist in Residence of Passoverdance.

 

Jennifer Mok

Mok graduated from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, majoring in ballet and later in modern dancer. Mok joined the City Contemporary Dance Company as dancer from 2007 to 2014. In 2015, Mok performed in her first choreography, A Major Clown in G Flat, in Femininity of E-sides Dance Company, and was nominated for Outstanding Choreography and Outstanding Performance by a Female Dancer in the 18th Hong Kong Dance Awards. In 2018, Mok was invited to the Hong Kong Dance Exchange Festival and 2018 Dance Round Table in Taiwan. In 2017, she presented her work You are Beautiful in The 45th Hong Kong Arts Festival. Currently, Mok works as an independent artist in different fields of performing arts.

 

‘New Force in Motion’ Series: Out of sight, out of mind by Gabbie Chan and Moha by Jennifer Mok

Date: 28 – 30 September 2018

Venue: Black Box Theatre, Kwai Tsing Theatre 

 

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Enquiries:

Ms Chloe Wong (Project Assistant)

E-mail: chloe@hkdanceall.org

Tel: 2267 6733

 

20th Hong Kong Dance Awards - Recipients announced

2018.4.21

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20th Hong Kong Dance Awards Presentation and Gala Performance - Recipients Announced

 

24 April 2018, Hong Kong - The 20th Hong Kong Dance Awards Presentation and Gala Performance was held on 20 April 2018 at Kwai Tsing Theatre Auditorium. 

 

Presented by Hong Kong Dance Alliance (HKDA), the Hong Kong Dance Awards aim to recognize outstanding achievements in the Hong Kong Dance industry and raise public awareness of the diversity and excellence of the local dance scene. This year celebrated 20 years of the Awards with a gala performance to a packed house and Wilfred Wong Ying-wai, GBS, JP, Chairman of the Hong Kong Arts Development Council, as Guest of Honour.

 

Awards Presentation

This year, 13 awards were voted by a Selection Jury composed of the HKDA Executive Committee members and expert panellists and the results were announced live on stage.  Presentations included a newly created award for Emerging Choreographer, and awards for outstanding work in choreography, production, performance, design for dance, dance education, and services to dance.

 

Among the recipients were: KT Yau Ka-hei for Emerging Choreographer and Lai Tak-wai for Outstanding Choreography in So Low (Leisure and Cultural Services Department, ‘Dance On’ Series).  Hong Kong Ballet’s Le Corsaire, received four awards, including Outstanding Large Venue Production and Outstanding Performance by a Male Dancer for Xia Jun as Lankendem. Outstanding Performance by a Female Dancer went to Hua Chi-yu as Lady White in Lady White of West Lake (Hong Kong Dance Company).  Outstanding Medium Venue Production went to CCDC’s Why Not Kill Us All…

 

In addition to the above awards, the Distinguished Achievement Award was presented to Anna CY Chan for her indefatigable work in dance education, promotion of local dance, and innovation in ways to create, present, and sustain dance in Hong Kong.

 

Gala Performance

Under the artistic direction of David Liu, a dazzling gala performance showcased the diversity and high quality of dance in Hong Kong with performances from companies including City Contemporary Dance Company, Hong Kong Ballet, Hong Kong Dance Company, the School of Dance of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, K&B Dance Company, (R&T) Rhythm & Tempo, and Studiodanz. There was live music by pianists Chung Chi-woo, Yim Wan, Grace Lau and Stephen Xavier, and violinist Amelia Chan.  

 

 

The Awards recipients are listed below.

For complete press release, please click here.

 

For more information, please visit the HKDA website: www.hkdanceall.org.

 

 

20th Hong Kong Dance Awards - List of Recipients

香港舞蹈年獎2018 得獎名單

 

 

新晉編舞

Emerging Choreographer

邱加希

KT Yau Ka-hei

 

 

傑出編舞

Outstanding Choreography

黎德威 康樂及文化事務署 「續.舞」系列 《So Low》

Lai Tak-wai for So Low

(Leisure and Cultural Services Department, ‘Dance On’ Series)

 

 

傑出大型場地舞蹈製作

Outstanding Large Venue Production

香港芭蕾舞團 《海盜》

Hong Kong Ballet for Le Corsaire

 

 

傑出中型場地舞蹈製作

Outstanding Medium Venue Production

城市當代舞蹈團 《恐.集》

City Contemporary Dance Company for Why Not Kill Us All…

 

 

傑出小型場地舞蹈製作

Outstanding Small Venue Production

康樂及文化事務署/程偉彬、邱加希 「舞蹈新鮮人」系列:《獨.蝸》、《純生》

Leisure and Cultural Services Department (‘New Force in Motion’ Series),

Rex Cheng and KT Yau Ka-hei for Solitary and Unmixed

 

 

傑出男舞蹈員演出

Outstanding Performance by a Male Dancer

夏俊 飾 蘭根丹 香港芭蕾舞團 《海盜》

Xia Jun as Lankendem in Le Corsaire (Hong Kong Ballet)

 

 

傑出女舞蹈員演出

Outstanding Performance by a Female Dancer

華琪鈺 飾 白蛇 香港舞蹈團《白蛇》

Hua Chi-yu as Lady White in Lady White of West Lake (Hong Kong Dance Company)

 

 

傑出群舞演出

Outstanding Ensemble Performance

香港芭蕾舞團 《海盜》

Hong Kong Ballet for Le Corsaire

 

 

傑出視覺設計

Outstanding Visual Design

蘇.希利及黎宇文 西九文化區管理局「觀.影——香港舞者」

Sue Healey and Maurice Lai for ON VIEW: HONG KONG (West Kowloon Cultural District Authority)

 

 

傑出舞台及服裝設計

Outstanding Set and Costume Design

曉高.米蘭 香港芭蕾舞團 《海盜》

Hugo Millán for Le Corsaire (Hong Kong Ballet)

 

 

傑出聲音設計

Outstanding Sound Design

梁寶榮 城市當代舞蹈團 《恐.集》

Leung Po-wing for Why Not Kill Us All… (City Contemporary Dance Company)

 

 

傑出舞蹈教育

Outstanding Dance Education

康樂及文化事務署( 大專生藝術通識計劃)及新約舞流《真假距離》

Leisure and Cultural Services Department (General Education in Arts Programme for Tertiary Students) and Passoverdance for Grey Area

 

 

傑出舞蹈服務

Outstanding Services to Dance

城市當代舞蹈團 城市當代舞蹈節

City Contemporary Dance Company for City Contemporary Dance Festival

 

 

傑出成就獎

Distinguished Achievement Award

陳頌瑛

Anna CY Chan

 

 

Enquiries:

Ms Thalia Wong

Arts Administration Trainee, Hong Kong Dance Alliance

E-mail: thalia@hkdanceall.org

Tel: 2267 6631

 


20th Hong Kong Dance Awards – Anna CY Chan to Receive Distinguished Achievement Award

2018.4.9

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20th Hong Kong Dance Awards – Anna CY Chan to Receive Distinguished Achievement Award

 

9 April 2018, Hong Kong – Hong Kong Dance Alliance (HKDA) is pleased to announce that Anna CY Chan is the recipient of Distinguished Achievement Award for her indefatigable work in dance education, promotion of Hong Kong dance, and innovations in ways to create, present, and sustain dance.

 

The award will be presented at the 20th Hong Kong Dance Awards Presentation and Gala Performance on 20 April 2018 (Friday), 8pm at Kwai Tsing Theatre Auditorium.

 

Anna CY Chan – Recipient of Distinguished Achievement Award

Chan, West Kowloon Cultural District Authority Head of Dance and 2016 City Contemporary Dance Laureate, started her dance journey as a student at the Jean M. Wong School of Ballet, where she later served as Vice Principal. Professionally trained in Australia and UK and with Master’s degrees in Dance and Education Studies from Universities of Surrey and Sheffield, respectively, Chan was Hong Kong Dance Alliance researcher and authored the 2004 Hong Kong Dance Award winning book Intelligent Moves: Dance Education advocating dance education as means for students to achieve full learning potential. As Alliance Chairperson she led it through major developments including achieving HKADC year grant status. She was the inaugural Head of Performing Arts Education Centre at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts creating successful community engagement projects and bringing thousands of school children to the Academy to learn about and participate in performing arts, and attend special performances by Academy students in all performing arts disciplines. Since she has been with WKCDA she has changed the way the dance community and audiences experience the art form, raising the bar in terms of skills, expectations, scope, and engagement. She is a dynamo who in a relatively brief career has already made a significant impact on dance in Hong Kong and represents all that is good in Hong Kong dance and its promise for a bright future.

 

 

20th Hong Kong Dance Awards Presentation and Gala Performance

Date and Time: 20 April 2018 (Friday) 8pm

Venue: Auditorium, Kwai Tsing Theatre

Tickets: $170, $120

 

Established in 1999 by Hong Kong Dance Alliance, the Hong Kong Dance Awards recognize outstanding achievements and contributions to the art form by Hong Kong artists and organizations, and is the major event of the thriving Hong Kong dance industry.

 

For complete Press Release, please click here.

 

Enquiries:

Ms Thalia Wong

Email: thalia@hkdanceall.org

Tel: 2267 6631

 


20th Hong Kong Dance Awards – Box Office Opens

2018.3.20

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20th Hong Kong Dance Awards – Box Office Opens

 

20 March, Hong Kong – Tickets for the 20th Hong Kong Dance Awards Presentation and Gala Performance are now available at URBTIX.

 

Stepping into its 20th year, the Hong Kong Dance Awards Presentation and Gala Performance continues to recognize outstanding achievements by Hong Kong artists and organizations, as well as raising public awareness of excellence in the local dance scene. The Awards will take place on 20 April 2018 (Friday), 8pm at Kwai Tsing Theatre Auditorium, under the Artistic Direction of the renowned performer and choreographer David Liu.

 

The ceremony presents awards for outstanding achievements in choreography, production, performance, design in dance, and education and services to dance. This year for the first time, a new Emerging Choreographer Award will be presented to recognize an up-and-coming cutting-edge choreographer, while a Distinguished Achievement Award will be bestowed upon a recipient to be announced soon.

 

Together with award presentations, the evening also offers the extraordinary array of a Gala Performance that will give the audience a rare chance to see some of Hong Kong’s finest dances and its greatest dancers performing together on the same evening. The program includes outstanding excerpts from Le Corsaire by the Hong Kong Ballet, Spring, from Four Seasons, Tale of Three Cities by Hong Kong Dance Company, Requiem HK by City Contemporary Dance Company, and Three Fingers At Arm’s Length by the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts School of Dance.

 

The Gala is a once-a-year only opportunity to see this exciting line-up of diverse styles from Hong Kong’s leading dancers and companies and to share in the suspense as award envelops are opened and recipients announced.

 

20th Hong Kong Dance Awards Presentation and Gala Performance

Date: 20 April 2018 (Friday)

Time: 8pm

Venue: Auditorium, Kwai Tsing Theatre

Tickets: $170, $120

 

Ticketing details:

URBTIX Internet Ticketing: www.urbtix.hk

Telephone Credit Card Booking: 2111 5999

Ticketing Enquiries: 3761 6661

Program Enquiries: www.hkdanceall.org | 2267 6631

 

Enquiries:

Ms Thalia Wong (Arts Administration Trainee, Hong Kong Dance Alliance)

Email: thalia@hkdanceall.org

Tel: 2267 6631

 


20th Hong Kong Dance Awards – Shortlist Announced

2018.3.2

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20th Hong Kong Dance Awards - Shortlist Announced

 

2 March 2018 - Hong Kong Dance Alliance (HKDA) is pleased to announce that 44 outstanding nominees have been shortlisted for the 20th Hong Kong Dance Awards (Full list here) . Award recipients will be announced during the 20th Hong Kong Dance Awards Presentation & Gala Performance, to be held on 20 April 2018 (Friday), 8pm at Kwai Tsing Theatre Auditorium.

 

The shortlist was determined by a ballot of expert panelists after reviewing all the nominations received this year in 13 award categories. A final ballot will be conducted in March, when the panels of dance professionals will be joined by all members of the HKDA Executive Committee to decide the Awards.

 

A new award for Emerging Choreographer will be introduced to recognize up and coming choreographic talent.

 

In addition to the awards for outstanding achievement in specific categories, the Distinguished Achievement Award for exceptional, long-term contribution to dance will be presented and the recipient announced shortly. Previous recipients of this award include Lau Siu-ming, Jean Wong, Willy Tsao, Helen Lai, Yuri Ng, Mui Cheuk-yin, Aaron Kwok and Jackie Chan.

 

Since 1999, the Hong Kong Dance Awards have celebrated outstanding achievement in the Hong Kong dance field and recognized artists and organizations for their contribution to the development of dance in Hong Kong.

 

For this special ceremony marking 20 years of the Awards, HKDA welcomes the renowned dancer and choreographer David Liu as the Artistic Director for this year’s Gala. Generously sponsored by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council and the Leisure and Cultural Services Department, the Gala gives dance lovers a unique opportunity to enjoy performances by a wide range of leading local dance artists in one sparkling evening which showcases the diversity and excellence of dance in Hong Kong. Among groups performing will be the Hong Kong Ballet, Hong Kong Dance Company, City Contemporary Dance Company and the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts.

 

Tickets for the 20th Hong Kong Dance Awards will be available at URBTIX (www.urbtix.hk) from 20 March onwards. For more information about the Awards, please visit: www.hkdanceall.org.

 

For complete Press Release, please click here.

 

Enquiries:

Ms Thalia Wong

E-mail: thalia@hkdanceall.org

Tel: 2267 6631


20th Hong Kong Dance Awards – Call for Nominations and New Award

2017.11.1

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20th Hong Kong Dance Awards – Call for Nominations and New Award

 

 

1 November 2017, Hong Kong – Hong Kong Dance Alliance (HKDA) announces the Call for Nominations for the 20th Hong Kong Dance Awards. Marking 20 years of excellence, Hong Kong Dance Awards pay tribute to outstanding work of individual artists and dance organizations in productions throughout the year, as well as acknowledge distinction in other activities related to dance and the Hong Kong dance community. Artists honored in the past include Lau Siu Ming, Willy Tsao, Helen Lai, Yuri Ng, Mui Cheuk Yin, Jean Wong, Aaron Kwok, and Jackie Chan. The 20th Hong Kong Dance Awards Presentation & Gala Performance will be held at Kwai Tsing Theatre Auditorium on 20 April 2018 (Friday).

 

Call for Nomination

Nominations in twelve award categories are open for submission by anyone – from dance practitioners to audience members. Following the close of nominations, a shortlist, determined by balloting distinguished experts in the dance field, will be announced in early 2018.  As in previous years, this year’s Expert Panels have been expanded to further enhance the representativeness and diversity of the Awards.

 

New Choreographer Award

To celebrate this special anniversary, the Hong Kong Dance Alliance Executive Committee are pleased to announce the establishment of an additional award intended to draw attention to the work of new choreographers. The candidates of “New Choreographer Award” will be nominated by the Expect Panel and Executive Committee members of the HKDA, the recipient will be announced at the Presentation.

 

Nominations close on 3 January 2018 (Wed). Interested parties can complete the Nomination Form and submit via 1) email, 2)  Google Form, or 3) by post to 7/F, 26-28 Tai Yau Street, San Po Kong, Kowloon by 6pm on or before that day.

 

 

20th Hong Kong Dance Awards

Call for Nomination in the Following Awards Categories                  

 

  • Outstanding Choreography
     
  • Outstanding Large Venue Production (with more than 750 seats)
     
  • Outstanding Medium Venue Production (with 250 to 750 seats)
     
  • Outstanding Small Venue Production (with less than 250 seats)
     
  • Outstanding Performance by a Male Dancer
     
  • Outstanding Performance by a Female Dancer
     
  • Outstanding Ensemble Performance
     
  • Outstanding Lighting and/or Visual Design
     
  • Outstanding Set and/or Costume Design
     
  • Outstanding Music Composition and/or Sound Design
     
  • Outstanding Dance Education, Youth Dance, Community Dance, or Environmental Dance

 

  • Outstanding Services to Dance

 

 

For Hong Kong Dance Awards 2018 Procedures and Rules guidelines, please click here.

 

For complete Press Release, please click here.

 

Any enquiries can be directed to admin@hkdanceall.org.

 


Tom Brown receives Honorary Doctorate from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

2017.10.23

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Tom Brown receives Honorary Doctorate from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

 

23 October 2017 - Hong Kong Dance Alliance (the Alliance) presents its warmest congratulations to Tom Brown, who is being honoured with a Doctorate by the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (The Academy) in recognition of his achievements and contributions to the performing arts in Hong Kong.  The ceremony takes place at the Academy Drama Theatre this afternoon.

 

Brown has made an immeasurable contribution to the Hong Kong dance community over the past 30 years.  He served the Academy as Head of Modern Dance, Associate Dean of Dance and Dean of Graduate Education.  A founding member of the Alliance, he is Emeritus Chairman and a member of the Alliance’s Executive Committee as well as the Editor of dance journal/hk. In 2015 he received the Hong Kong Dance Award for Distinguished Achievement. The Alliance would like to express its sincere thanks and appreciation for all he has done to promote the development of dance and dance education in Hong Kong.

 

Tom Brown – 2017 recipient Honorary Doctorate from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

 

Tom Brown is the Editor of dance journal/hk, and the retired Dean of Graduate Education and former Associate Dean of Dance and Head of Modern Dance at Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts where he taught for 29 years.

 

He danced in New York City and Philadelphia in companies of Rudy Perez, Group Motion, and Zero Moving Dance Company, among others, and in works directed by José Limón, Daniel Lewis, and Anna Sokolow. In New York, he directed, choreographed, and danced for his own company, Dance Junction. He has staged over 100 productions from dance scores internationally; choreographed for concert stage, opera, drama, and musical theatre; notated the works of Humphrey, Takei, and Nijinska; and published in journals, anthologies, and conference proceedings.

 

He is Emeritus Chairman and a current executive committee member of Hong Kong Dance Alliance, Fellow of International Council of Kinetography Laban, member of the International Editorial Board of Research in Dance Education, Editor and contributor of Why They Dance: Narrations of Hong Kong Dance, and contributor to Hong Kong Dance Yearbook 2013-2014. Most recently, he has choreographed for the Musica Viva productions of Rigoletto (2013), Turandot (2014), and Romeo et Juliette (2015). Brown was the Bessie Schönberg Scholar and holds an MFA from Sarah Lawrence College. In 2007, he received the Commendation Certificate from the HKSAR Secretary for Home Affairs “in recognition of outstanding contributions to the development of arts and cultural activities”. In 2015, he received the Distinguished Achievement Award at the Hong Kong Dance Awards.

 

 

For the complete press release, please click here.

 

 


'New Force in Motion' Series: Solitary by Rex Cheng and Unmixed by KT Yau – Box Office Opens

2017.7.28

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'New Force in Motion' Series: Solitary by Rex Cheng and Unmixed by KT Yau – Box Office Opens

 

 28 July 2017 – Tickets for the 'New Force in Motion' Series: Solitary by Rex Cheng and Unmixed by KT Yau are now available at URBTIX.

 

Presented by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department and produced by the Hong Kong Dance Alliance, this year's 'New Force in Motion' Series features premiere by two emerging choreographers - Rex Cheng and KT Yau. The enchanting double-bill performance will run from 8-10 September 2017 at Black Box Theatre, Kwai Tsing Theatre for four performances. Tickets are priced at $160, available at URBTIX now.

 

‘New Force in Motion’ Series: Solitary by Rex Cheng and Unmixed by KT Yau

Date:  8 – 9*.9.2017 (8pm); 9 – 10.9.2017 (3pm)

           *With Meet-the-artist Session

Venue: Black Box Theatre, Kwai Tsing Theatre

Price: $160 (Free Seating)

Advance tickets 20% off discount for standard tickets are still available online until 9 August 2017.

 

 

Solitary by Rex Cheng

Solitary examines life and death from the perspectives of chronic patients and their caretakers. Conceptualized from the choreographer's own experience, he stimulates audience's train of thoughts about sufferings and desolation. It will exhibit an expressive performance that intrigues audience with the fabrication of movements, sound, lines and dance theatre.

 

In the hub of life and death,

Feeling the desolation and emptiness of the weak,

Searching for the second pulse in life.

 

Choreographer: Rex Cheng

Lighting Design: Au Yeung Hon Ki

Sound Design: Mike Yuen

Dancers: Odette Leung, Andy Lee, Soames Lee, Chan Wing-yip

 

 

Unmixed by KT Yau

Unmixed describes the gaps and wrestling across generations. Life is fraught with restrictions and boundaries which are painful to endure. Three devising dancers will demonstrate the inescapable confinement, which will echo with audience’s personal experiences. It will inspire them to reflect on their values and roles in a community.

 

The work describes the explicit attempt of humans to control others, which conveys the uselessness within an unescapable confinement. 

You are invited to catch a glimpse of the participants who are floating in the choices made of unconsciousness, and experience their trivialness.

 

Choreographer: KT Yau

Lighting Design: Au Yeung Hon Ki

Sound Design: Wong Yi

Props Design: Kahy Chan

Devising Dancers: Kerry Cheung, Carman Li, Kingsan Lo

 

 

For the complete press release, please click here.

 

Enquiries

Ms Akama Chin (Project Officer, Hong Kong Dance Alliance)

E-mail: akama@hkdanceall.org

Tel: 2267 6631 

 


Hong Kong Dance Alliance Leads Delegation to World Dance Alliance Global Summit in Canada

2017.7.21

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Hong Kong Dance Alliance Leads Delegation to World Dance Alliance Global Summit in Canada 

 

21 July 2017 – The Hong Kong Dance Alliance (HKDA), the official Hong Kong organization of the World Dance Alliance (WDA), will lead a delegation to attend the triennial WDA Global Summit held at Memorial University, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada from 23 to 28 July 2017.

 

This year’s Summit gathers WDA regional organizations from the Americas, Asia Pacific, and Europe to explore resistance and support of formations of power through dance under the theme of Dancing from the Grassroots. The summit includes roundtable discussions, parallel international conferences, masterclasses, performances, a choreographic lab, and digital dance concerts, that will provide delegates from Hong Kong and elsewhere rich creative experiences.

 

The Hong Kong delegation will present two productions during the Summit – Babel 3.5 choreographed by Iris Lau and Never Stop Blooming by Judy Yiu. In addition, Hong Kong delegates Rex Cheng and Judy Yiu will conduct masterclasses in Tai Chi Movement and Contemporary Dance with Gymnastics. While attending the Summit, HKDA representatives will make use of the wide-range of networking opportunities to explore opportunities for collaborations and to promote dance in Hong Kong to international participants.

 

The delegation is financially supported by Hong Kong Arts Development Council. Post-Summit sharing sessions and masterclasses will be conducted by the HKDA in Hong Kong during August and September.  

 

For the complete press release, please click here.

 

Enquiries:

Ms Cathy Lau (Administration and Project Manager, Hong Kong Dance Alliance)

E-mail: cathy@hkdanceall.org

Tel: 2267 6663 

 


Advance Tickets Discounts for ‘New Force in Motion’ Series 2017 available until 9 August

2017.7.20

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Advance Tickets Discounts for 'New Force in Motion' Series 2017 available until 9 August

 

 

20 July 2017 – An advance tickets discounts will be offered to those who reserve tickets for the upcoming ‘New Force in Motion’ Series performances presented by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department and produced by Hong Kong Dance Alliance.

 

This year’s ‘New Force in Motion’ Series features premieres of Solitary by Rex Cheng and Unmixed by KT Yau. Four performances will be held on 8-10 September 2017 in the Black Box Theatre, Kwai Tsing Theatre. From now to 9 August 2017, audience could enjoy a 20% discount on standard tickets* by filling in the online form!

*The discount offer is only applicable to standard tickets.

 

‘New Force in Motion’ Series: Solitary by Rex Cheng and Unmixed by KT Yau

Date: 8 – 9*.9.2017 (8pm); 9 – 10.9.2017 (3pm)

* With Meet-the-artist Session 

Venue: Black Box Theatre, Kwai Tsing Theatre

Price: $160 (Free Seating)

Program Enquiries: 2268 7323 | Ticketing Enquiries: 3761 6661

Credit Card & Internet Ticketing: 2111 5999 | www.urbtix.hk

 

For the complete press release, please click here.

 

Enquiries:

Ms Akama Chin (Project Officer, Hong Kong Dance Alliance)

E-mail: akama@hkdanceall.org

Tel: 2267 6631