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Dance Season 2016

In year 2016, City Contemporary Dance Company (CCDC) cordially presents affecting productions to audiences. To let flowers grow and bloom in the concrete jungle of Hong Kong, we endeavor to rally the best of Chinese Talent to create dance for the world.

Curtain will be raised by experienced CCDC dancer cum choreographer Dominic Wong’s full-length production Little Pieces in April, a sentimental piece pondering on the bonds and links within human connections. Fragile Beauty in June, choreographed by internationally renounced Tibetan artist Sang Jijia, is an in-depth rumination on life suffering – parting with what we love, meeting with what we hate. In August, the Contemporary Dance for families Journey to the West, choreographed and directed by CCDC Artistic Director Willy Tsao, featuring Mr. Gregory Charles Rivers and singer-songwriter Jonathan Wong. May another home-grown CCDC dancer and choreographer Noel Pong take the stage in December for She Says, He Talks with Vietnamese choreographer Anh Ngoc Nguyen, who cannot hide his light after rewarded 2015 Hong Kong Dance Awards - Outstanding Achievement in Choreography. Lastly, 2017 Dancers’ Homework makes a comeback in January 2017 after this year’s success of making young CCDC choreographers’ voices heard.

From screen dance to dance documentaries, CCDC Jumping Frames International Dance Video Festival heads toward its 13th year. New commissioned works will be premiered in Hong Kong. With this year’s selection of sought-after dance films and documentaries, dance in digital media can now reach to wider audience.

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Dance Season 2016 Programmes
Little Pieces
It's always the Little Pieces that make the big picture
    Fragile Beauty
    Like fireworks, everything disappears…
    Journey to the West
    Family Entertainment Contemporary Dance Theatre
    Dance with the Monkey King
    She Says, He Talks
    Two new works crafted by Noel Pong and Anh Ngoc Nguyen – Hong Kong Dance Award winners for “Outstanding Choreography”
    Mourning with no end in sight Dance until the soul finds rest
    2017 Dancers’ Homework
    Slow Down. Seek the Origin. Sample Alternatives.
     
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