Remember the two evenings of Contemporary Dance Platform this November? Check those snapshots of Monkey’s Mask II, choreographed by Phon Sopheap. Monkey’s Mask II is about the relationship between Sopheap and his spiritual dance master. Sopheap would like to explore how both dancer and … Continue reading
Choreographer Emmanuèle Phuon (who created Khmeropédies I, II and III) arrived back in Phnom Penh last week to start working with some of our dancers on a new dance project. In this blog she briefly explains the new project. That’s right! … Continue reading
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Tagged Boxing, Dance, Emmanuèle Phuon, Hem Saran, Khmeropedies, Khon Chan Sithyka, Kong Ly Hou, Nget Rady, Noun Sovitou
Dr Sal Murgiyanto is a dance critic and associate professor at the Graduate School, Jakarta Institute of the Arts. He trained in classical Javanese dance, performing with Sendratari Ramayana Prambanan (1962-72) and Sardono Dance Theatre (1969-74) before making the transition into dance … Continue reading
Emmanuèle Phuon is French-Cambodian and lives in Brussels, Belgium. She began her dance training with the Royal Ballet of Cambodia at age five. In 1975 she moved to Bangkok with her mother where she lived until she was 16. At … Continue reading
by Emmanuèle Phuon What a pleasure to be back in Phnom Penh and in a rehearsal space with the Amrita dancers! We are preparing for our Singapore appearance next week and the last time we saw each other was in … Continue reading
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Tagged Khmeropedies, monkey, Phnom Penh, Singapore
Amrita recently completed Mahabharata; a new production in partnership with the Hiroshi Koike Bridge Project. Four Amrita artists collaborated with artists from Japan and Malaysia to develop a dance theater piece based on this sacred Indian text. Maharabhata premiered in … Continue reading
Performance “Mahabharata” will be presented on Friday & Saturday 12th & 13th July 2013 at 6.30pm at the Department of Performing Arts. Learn more of this work at http://kikhmahabharata.blogspot.jp BOOK YOUR TICKET NOW. Click here for direction to Department of Performing Arts.
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“Mahabharata” is the ancient Indian sacred epic, written in Sanskrit. It consists of a total of 18 books and one hundred thousand poems, which makes Mahabharata 15 times as extensive as the Bible. In no other age or country, a … Continue reading
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4 Amrita artists Chumvan Sodhachivy (Belle), Phon Sopheap, Khon Chansithyka (Mo) & Khiev Sovanrith and 3 International Artists; 2 from Japan Tetsuro Koyano, Sachiko Shirai and 1 from Malaysia Lee Swee Keong are entering their second month of rehearsals with Hiroshi Koike … Continue reading
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On July 12 and 13, 2013, for “Mahabharata” will be presented at the Department of Performing Arts in Phnom Penh. 4 Cambodian dancers, 2 Japanese artists and 1 Malaysian artists work together with Japanese Director, Hiroshi Koike. Know more about this work … Continue reading