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Southeast Asian Choreolab 2016 calls for applications

Update: February, 05/2016 - 08:46

One Vietnamese choreographer will have a chance to join colleagues from ASEAN countries at the Southeast Asian Choreolab 2016 from May 28 to June 5 in Malaysia. — Photo hanoigrapevine.com

HA NOI (VNS) — One Vietnamese choreographer will have a chance to join colleagues from ASEAN countries at the Southeast Asian Choreolab 2016 from May 28 to June 5 in Malaysia.

The selected candidate will live and work together to learn about contemporary dance with guidance from Japanese choreographer Akiko Kitamura, who is recognised as the most thrilling dancer in Japan.

Kitamura was born in 1970 in Tokyo. After learning ballet and street dance in her youth, she studied dance theory at Waseda University and began to build a professional career as a choreographer in show business while still in her teens.

She has choreographed many pieces for commercial films, fashion shows and plays.

The Choreolab aims to provide a supportive environment for participants to acquire new choreographic tools, develop regional networks with their peers and increase their international understanding. — VNS



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