9 October (Sun) Programme Rundown

14:45 – 15:00

Big Circle, Nursery Park

Workshop

Dance Together

15:30 – 15:50

Big Circle, Nursery Park

Showcase

My Stroke of CHAN
Let It Flow
Green-slaves
Regret

16:45 – 17:00

Big Circle, Nursery Park

Workshop

Dance Together

17:30 – 18:00

Big Circle, Nursery Park

Showcase & Workshop

My Stroke of CHAN
Let It Flow
Green-slaves
Regret
Big Dance Workshop

For the locations, please refer to the map in Overview.

Programme Description

My Stroke of “CHAN”

We start the choreography by using our body to create the Chinese character “CHAN”.

Choreographer: Ronly Kong
Creator and Performer: CCDC Dance Centre Dance Training Scholarship Scheme “Teens Of Colours” Advanced Class

Let It Flow

Feel the movement. Connect to the music. Let it flow.

Choreographer: Ronly Kong
Creator and Performer: CCDC Dance Centre Dance Training Scholarship Scheme “Teens Of Colours” Elementary Class

Green-slaves

Greensleeves? Green-slaves!
Choreographers and Performers: Ailsa Li, Phoebe Wong, Kwan Lok Yin, Natalie Lau#
#With kind permission of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

Regret

That feeling when time passes and you wonder if you let the wrong person go… Or you forget the reason why you let them go…

Choreographer: Ailsa Li
Creators and Performers: Ailsa Li, Aly Chu, Christine Tsui, Lapyin Cheung, Tilie Wong, Yannes Chan

Dance Together

This workshop is a great chance for children to explore their bodies and experience the fun of dance.

Big Dance Workshop

This workshop features an excerpt of the Big Dance piece choreographed by Akram Khan. The underlying message that Everyone Can Dance invites all audiences to make dance part of their everyday lives, everywhere.

Collaborating Partner

CCDC Dance Centre

At the beginning of 2004, City Contemporary Dance Company established CCDC Dance Centre. The Centre continues to realise CCDC’s missions on dance education. It has also embarked on a Partnership Programme aimed at facilitating independent artists and organisations to develop creative works. As the dance landmark in Hong Kong, our rehearsal studios and the Jockey Club Dance Theatre create a supportive and ideal environment for dance development. By organising alternative activities and experimental dance performances, the Centre provides an excellent meeting place for dance lovers and artists. Each year, CCDC Dance Centre provides dance courses to over 12,000 students, and organizes 8,000 creative workshops. It also reaches out to young people and local communities by bringing free performances to schools, housing estates, parks and shopping arcades.

http://www.ccdcdc.com.hk
https://www.facebook.com/CCDC.Dance.Centre/
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCT3ROEuP-hLNjANtFMW_uIA