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Short Courses

2018 3rd Term Short Course (Jul to Aug 2018)

 

Short Courses Early Bird Enrollment : 09-25.04.2018

Per course: HK$500 ; Two courses : HK$850

CCDC Dance Card Holder : Per course HK$420 ; Two courses HK$800

 

26.04.2018 afterward

Per course: HK$520 ; Two courses : HK$885

CCDC Dance Card Holder : Per course HK$440 ; Two courses HK$835

 

* Flexicoupon is not applicable to Short Courses.

 

 

      

         



 
 
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  • Francis Leung
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    Leung was trained in Chinese dance at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. In 1988, he was invited by Lin Hwai-min to teach Chinese classical and folk dance at the Taipei Institute of the Arts. He joined the Hong Kong Dance Company in 1989, and later that year received a scholarship from the Asian Cultural Council to further his training at the University of Hawaii. He joined the City Contemporary Dance Company (CCDC) in 1990, with which he danced leading roles in many of its major productions. He joined DanceArt Hong Kong in 1995 as a choreographer and core member, and went on tour with the company to Taiwan, Germany and the United States.  Leung is currently the Artistic Director of DanceArt Hong Kong.

  • Shirley Loong
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    Shirley Loong first started learning ballet at the age of eight under the tutelage of Ms Jean Wong. In 1986, she was admitted to the National Ballet School of Canada. Upon graduation, she honed her skills further at the John Cranko Ballettschule in Stuttgart, Germany for two years. She is the first Hong Konger ever admitted to this world-renowned dance institute. 
     
    Shirley joined The Hong Kong Ballet as a dancer in 1990, performing many solo pieces and principal roles. Later on, she completed a Degree in Business Studies with distinction at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in Australia, and returned to Hong Kong in 1997 to begin her career in dance education. From 2001 to 2004, she was General Manager at the Hong Kong Ballet Group, where she coordinated major productions such as 1st, 2nd and 3rd Young Ballet Stars Award and summer showcases including Cinderella’s Slippers Lost & Found, La Sylphide and Swan Lake. 
     
    A registered teacher of the Royal Academy of Dance. Shirley was also an instructor at the City Contemporary Dance Company, Advisor at the Hong Kong Arts Development Council until 2008, and has continued her service with the Council as Assessor to this day. She worked with The Hong Kong Ballet again from 2005 as the Director of Education and Outreach Department until 2011.
     
    In 2012, Shirley played the role of Princess Moon Wisdom for the Buddhist 4D Dance Dynamics Theatre production, The Dancer of Ultimate Bliss. In 2014 November, her performance in The Buddha’s Path received rave reviews.
     
    Shirley is currently a member on the Executive Board of the Hong Kong Dance Alliance, one of the ballet teachers for Gifted Young Dancer Programme at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts and dance instructor for the Absolutely Fabulous Theatre Connection.
     
  • Natalie Mak
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    Natalie graduated from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (HKAPA) with Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) Degree, major in Chinese Dance.

    During her study, she was awarded The Spring Time Stage Productions Scholarship and twice awarded Disney Scholarship.She performed several performances in HKAPA with famous choreographer; such as Dam Van Huynh, Wang Yuan Yuan, Xing Liang and Zhang Xiaomei. She was the representative of HKAPA to perform in Italy and Taiwan 2012 International Festival of Dance Academies.

    She joined CCDC in 2014. She has worked with a number of emerging choreographers and arts organizations and has performed in a range of dance performances in Hong Kong

  • Eva Wong
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    Serving in education for over a decade, Eva possesses abundant teaching experience which made her good at taking care of students’ needs. Over many years of her yoga practice, she deeply feels how yoga can change our bodies, prevent them from exhaustion and pain and calm the emotions, leading to a body-mind union through the breath.

    Eva now works as a full-time yoga instructor, teaching different styles of yoga in several yoga centres, community centres and private clubhouses. She continues to study overseas to widen her scope of teaching, e.g. Hatha, Vinyasa, Restorative Yoga & Yoga Nidra etc.

 
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