Leng Poh Gee reflects on how the gestures and movements of Malay folk dance served as inspiration for his 2013 dance work entitled Belonging.
Synergy Dance Theatre’s artistic director Christopher Liew brings us on a memorable journey through the company’s historical dance drama, The Legend of Kinabalu, from its inception to its latest staging and beyond.
Emerging choreographer Raymond Liew reveals how surviving a horrifying accident affected his dance making in the works The Edge and Cut the Clouds, performed at the D’Motion International Dance Festival, DPAC, December 2014.
Budding choreographer Chai Vivan recounts her exciting adventures in Angers, France, where she created and presented her work, “LUST”, in the Choreolab at the World Dance Alliance Summit 2014.
Fairul Zahid traces the beginnings of his dance career, and recounts the challenge of gaining his mother’s acceptance while forging his path.
Joelle Jacinto learns to trust her partner in an unexpected teacher-student role reversal for a performance of Jack Kek’s But You Didn’t.
Dancer/choreographer Lee Choy Wan summarizes her experience at the 2014 American Dance Festival International Dance Master Class, Henan, China.
At the 2014 Tari festival, January Low and Rathimalar Govindarajoo presented a piece titled “rehab”. They now share their inspiration for the piece and the documentation of its development.
Kwang Tung Dance Company member Tan Bee Hung recounts the pieces that were a part of The 9th Kua Bu Series: The Unicorn’s Travelogue.
What would you say if you had your own radio channel about dance? Tan I-Lyn reflects upon the process of preparing for a unique performance, and the challenge of speaking while dancing, at the 2014 Tari festival.