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Kalaa Utsavam - Indian Festival of ...
“Rivers serve to remind us that we are linked to the varied philosophies, cultures and languages that the river witnesses in its continual flow through our lands.” – Leela SamsonThe river is the very source of life.From Sufi fakirs in the North to the Baul singers in Bengal, and to the Sangam poets and classical composers in the South, an ocean of poetry has been penned over centuries, inspired by the river.Performed by Leela Samson’s Spanda Dance Company, whose Singapore debut was in 2014 as part of Kalaa Utsavam – Indian Festival of Arts, Nadi explores the love and longing, the physical changes and the deep philosophy that the river inspired through the centuries-old voices of India’s poets.Nadi is a selection of poems written in six Indian languages: Tamil, Sanskrit, Kannada, Urdu, Hindi and Bengali. The musical expressions are varied. The production features a traditional thumri (classical hindustani song) from the city of Varanasi; Rabindranath Tagore’s (1861–1941) poetic and musical expression that reflects the soulful music of the wandering Bauls of Bengal; a 200 to 300-year-old bandish (a fixed, melodic composition in hindustani music) said to be written by Ustad Taanras Khan as a duaiyan nazm (Urdu poem) on Hazrat Khizar, an Islamic fakir; the chaste classical expressions of the composer Dikshitar (1775–1835); Sangam poetry (a collection of poems composed by 473 poets, written between 400 BCE and 300 CE) of the Tamil country; a modern-day Girish Karnad piece written in Kannada; and a Rajkumar Bharathi piece written in Tamil on the pitiful condition of the river today.Each poem deals with the concept of the river. These compositions are threaded together by Rajkumar Bharathi, who has retained some traditional tunes and recomposed others in an attempt to create a dialogue between the past and present, and between carnatic and hindustani music. The music, performed live, represents the philosophies, languages, musical genres and instruments that are typical of the area where the poetry was written.For more details about Kalaa Utsavam 2018, visit www.esplanade.com/kalaautsavam
Let the River Flow <<饮水思源>>
Presented by Dance Ensemble Singapore Performing Academy, Let The River Flow is an annual end-of-year dance and martial arts showcase that stages the dance performances by our students of age 3 to 18 years old. Under the helm of artistic director Yan Choong Lian, this year's showcase comprises of dance items freshly choreographed by DES Dance Director Sharon Low, Creative Director Cai Shiji, Resident Choreographer Goh Yan Dan, as well as the academy’s experienced instructors. In tandem with the Ensemble's 25th Anniversary, this year's theme reminds both young and old to embrace our origins and to always remember our roots.
M1 Singapore Fringe Festival 2019 -...
Can a series of 36 questions make you fall in love with someone you’ve just met?Would you like to be famous?When did you last sing to yourself? To someone else?What is your most terrible memory? In 1977, psychologist Arthur Aron, together with a group of research colleagues, published the article The Experimental Generation of Interpersonal Closeness. Aron had assembled a series of 36 questions that pairs of strangers would ask each other, with questions that are initially dispassionate and playful, culminating with intimate ones.His belief is that by placing strangers in positions of vulnerability and openness, this exercise fosters openness to another person, leading to them falling in love.Four dancers... 36 questions... Join us for this special experience that reveals personalities, lives and memories.With the support of: Ministry of Sport and Culture (Israel), Embassy of Israel and the Israeli Choreographers Association
MILIEU 2018, Frontier Danceland’s annual end-of-year double bill production, will be making waves by using sound as an integral part of the performance.Artistic Director, Low Mei Yoke, will be collaborating with composer, performer, and choreographer Sascia Pellegrini (Italy/Hong Kong) to create an exciting exploration of the relationship between sonic production and motion. Investigate the implied motions and sonorousness of the tableaux as dancing bodies short-circuits the distance between time and space through its musicality. To complete the double bill, Deborah Nightingale (née Galloway) (England) will engage with stories that highlight life’s pivotal moments with interdisciplinary choreography. She will experiment with the notions of separation and connection and the varying viewpoints on the nature of reality.Let this double bill take you on an aural adventure in MILIEU 2018!
POLE ARENA 2018
Following the success of Pole Arena 2017, Studio Sands is organising the competition for aspiring amateur, and semi-professional pole performers in Singapore.The event will be held at University Cultural Centre in 2018, featuring a pole competition, Studio Sands student recital as well as a special "Aerial Hoop" guest performance by Aerial and Floor.Feast your eyes and expand your mind with pole choreographies of various genres performed by Studio Sands' Students. Witness the endless possibilities and many artistic expressions beyond the traditional misconceptions of pole dancing as our performers express, contort, and display super-human strength to the rhythm of the night.Studio Sands look forward to oelebrating and promoting Pole Dancing as well as Aerial hoop as an art, a dance and as a fitness alternative to inspire all.
Passages Contemporary Season Prese...
Passages will present three contemporary works that were created especially for SDT to commemorate three decades of artistic development and constant growth.With every milestone in life, these three works represents an onward movement, a reaching towards a goal, a journey through phases of change and progression.Come and be captivated by the complexities and intricacies of Shadow’s Edge by Ma Cong, Another Energy by Timothy Harbour, as well as a world premiere by Timothy Rushton, the Artistic Director and Choreographer of Danish Dance Theatre, which is acquired through the Artistic Director’s Fund.
Romeo and Juliet presented by Russi...
Shakespeare's tale of primal passion and timeless tragedy is brought to life by Prokofiev's soaring score, set in bustling Renaissance Verona and with an emotionally charged choreography that befits the world's greatest love story. From the grandeur of the masked ball to the intimacy of the lovers' balcony, this star-crossed story of duels, bitter family feuds and love that cannot be, is unmissable. Click Here For Theatre Conditions of Entry
Sleeping Beauty Presented by Singap...
Reminisce the enthralling childhood fairytale that we all love, Sleeping Beauty will warm your heart with its charming sets and grand elegance. A favourite timeless classic for all ages, SDT’s production of Sleeping Beauty will be the highlight of your joyous December.A spell of a 100-year sleep, a charming prince, and a true love’s kiss which awakens the kingdom’s slumber, Sleeping Beauty is a visual spectacle of music and dance with a rich score by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky, stunning costumes by Tracy Grant Lord, and staging by Janek Schergen, featuring choreography by Marius Petipa.
50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Singapore & Spain. We are an honor to celebrate the cross-cultural appreciation of the art of Flamenco.Embrace your inner explorer and join us for an exciting evening with Monica Iglesias and company. Mónica Iglesias García is the winner of the 2018 female dancer of the Festival Internacional del Cante de las Minas. Monica's magnificent castanet, shawl, and Bata de Cola skills you never witnessed before. The Flamenco art form is full of drama. The Roots of Flamenco aims to provide an in-depth exploration of Flamenco to everyone. When you last came to the Flamenco Show, what was it made you say, “WOW!” Was it flamenco dance, music, singing with a tale of love, loss and express emotions and storytelling? Tablao Flamenco performance allows the audience to connect on the visceral level. We're proud to introduce the complexity of Gypsy Flamenco culture and performance.
da:ns festival 2018 Rasas Workshop...
From intricate gestures to subtle head turns and graceful poses, the hypnotic quality of traditional Javanese dance has enthralled the world. Join the dancers from the Soerya Soemirat Mangkunegaran Royal Palace in Surakarta, Central Java, as they share the beauty of Javanese choreography, the stories behind these complex dances, and teach you some of the basic movements. This workshop is suitable for people with no dance experience.Meeting Point: Theatre Studio Entrance, Level 4, 15 mins before start time.Dress comfortably for this dance workshop. Participants may be asked to remove their footwear during the workshop.
liTHE 2018 by T.H.E Second Company
2018 marks the 10th anniversary of celebrated local group T.H.E Dance Company and our semi-professional wing, T.H.E Second Company! As part of the decennial celebrations, T.H.E presents liTHE 2018: the 7th edition where we showcase young and vibrant performing talents from Singapore's flourishing contemporary dance scene. liTHE 2018 will feature three original creations by Anthea Seah, Goh Shou Yi, and Marcus Foo, three up-coming Singaporean choreographers performed by 16 dancers from T.H.E Second Company.About T.H.E Second CompanyFounded in 2008 by Artistic Director Kuik Swee Boon of acclaimed Singaporean troupe T.H.E Dance Company, T.H.E Second Company is its youth talent cultivation wing led by Associate Artistic Director Silvia Yong. Dancers undergo a stringent technique training program at the semi-professional level, and serve the Company’s education and outreach arms. Emerging choreographers and dancers from the Second Company are spotlighted through its in-house annual showcase liTHE, the Asian Festivals Exchange platform as part of M1 CONTACT Contemporary Dance Festival, and overseas tours with the principal company. Most recently, T.H.E Second Company performed at Singapore:Inside Out, a global touring showcase of local talents commissioned by Singapore Tourism Board as part of the SG50 celebrations.
《腾飞的弦 2018》 Taking Flight 2018
Singapore Chinese Dance Theatre is proud to present you our annual dance showcase “Taking Flight 2018” that will be held on 9 December 2018. This is a platform for our students to unleash their performing potential.Be charmed by our students who dance with joy, with passion, expressing their love for life.
过年: The Nutcracker (Chinese Version...
For over a hundred years, countless versions of The Nutcracker have been put on stage in the west, yet due to close cultural backgrounds they all share great similarities. In February, 2001 the National Ballet of China premiered its own version of The Nutcracker, experimenting a fusion of Chinese culture and western classical ballet music. It tells the intriguing story of a Chinese family celebrating the Chinese Year. With the music of Tchaikovsky, Chinese ballet artists present in this ballet a variety of Chinese folk-customs and charming cultural elements. It is another bold exploration and reflection on the cultural fusion between the East and the West.
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