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Free public performances of International Dance Festival 2010

During 6th - 7th March 2010

Borealis Performing Group Thailand

choreographed by Philippe Saint-Paul
This choreographic piece freely explores a common
topic in modern dance : repetition . However, instead of
using movement repetition, it is about thematic repetition
as expressed by different interprets.

Daniel Hayward British

A creative performance by Daniel Hayward the British
Choreographer. He has worked with many famous
choreographers and has steadily been developing his
own work through residencies in Netherlands and

Frontier Danceland Singapore

CRYING EARTH choreographed by Low Mei Yoke
The mixture of both East and West cultures, expresses
the incessant vigor, ever-flowing emotions and
multiplicity of human activities of contemporary life in
Singapore. The uniqueness lies in the fusion of dynamic
Western dance technique with the strength and beauty
of Asian expressions.

Ika Inggas Indonesia

A classical traditional Balinese dance created in 1952 by
a famous Balinese dancer I Ketut Marya. The dance is
about a sensual performance and mimics the mating
dance of 2 bumblebees, the male obsessed with the
female who elegantly and coyly keeps him away. She
eventually gives in at the finale. However, for this
performance only shows the female part of the dance.

Kolben Dance Company Israel

DHARMA-DA choreographed by Amir Kolben
Amir Kolben is the founder and artistic director of Kolben
Dance Company, which resides in Jerusalem. His
choreographies were presented successfully in dance
and theatre festivals around the world. He was also
invited to choreograph for several dance companies in
Israel and abroad.
La Rosa Flamenco Thailand
AMORES choreographed by Phanat Chaiwong
Amores is many passionate faces of love, fiery and
subtlety portrayed through the national dance of Spain,

M.U.D.S. Company Romania

DOR choreographed by Sandra Mavhima
A 20-minute piece from Romania based on a traditional
theme to represent the feeling and atmosphere of the
Romanian people. The never-ending struggle between
instinct and reason and focuses on the fear of loneliness
we all feel inside.

nATANDA Sri Lanka

This production use body language to personify the
frangipani flower in its strong, weak and mild
manifestations. The performance intends to deepen the
audience’s understanding of nature and enrich their
appreciation for the beauty and complexity of the

Nir De Volff Israel

a contemporary dancer from Israel- has been living and
working in Berlin for the past six years under the name
Total Brutal. He travels with his works all over Europe
and is invited to choreograph for such prestigious
institutions as the Frankfurt Opera House.

Oplas Theatre Italy

DHARMA-DA choreographed by Luca Bruni
Since 12 years OPLAS produces dance performances
for in-door and out-door hosted at the most important
festivals. The principles of the artistic contamination and
experimentation are at the basemant of the decennial
artistic path led by the company: always new theatrical
technics are brought into the research, and new
expressive ways are studied, while contemporary dance
is always the main protagonist.
Pepa Sanz Spain
Pepa Sanz made her debut at the age of fifteen with the
“Mariemma Ballet de España”. Later, she performed as a
soloist in all productions of the Maria Rosa's ballet and
also for the choreographies throughout Europe and
Japan. In addition, she participates in numerous national
and international festivals and also interpretates many
award-winning choreographies

Rangsima Boonsinsukh Thailand

The impossible love of two people who have to be apart
from each other due to the conflicts of the couples.
The performance will present the hurting feelings of the
couples, the unbearable emotions of love. Will they
choose to be true to their heart or to live for others?

Shenzhen Arts Company China

choreographed by Zhan JiGang
“Buddha of Thousand Hands” is “Most Compassionate
and Illumined Boddhisattva Guanshiyin with Thousands
of Hands and Eyes”. The most eye-catching points is
that along the two sides and above the head of the
Boddhisattva are relief numerous “golden” hands like a
peacock displaying its feathers, and also there is an eye
in the middle of each palm, round and splendid.

Triple Rebels Japan/Australia

By Akio Kato/ Karen Siu/ Masaki Kikuchi
Triple Rebels from Japan/Australia is a Sydney based
hip-hop crew with many international experiences who
has been taking an active role in many commercial
dance scenes in Australia.

Vararom Tavivoradilok Thailand

In the ignorance, as well as the darkness, fear grows. In
fear, hallucination emerges. And there lie the ghosts.
Ghost of fear, ghost of darkness, in other words, ghost of
not knowing.