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Dance Season 2017

 

City Contemporary Dance Company (CCDC) is excited to present a series of dazzling productions, lighting up the concrete jungle of Hong Kong and rallying the best of Chinese talent to create dance for the world.

The 2017 Season opens with Post-Perception/Transcendencea new work choreographed by world renowned Tibetan choreographer Sang Jijia, examining the many faces of life. In May, CCDC dancer Bruce Wong gives us the premiere of Why Not Kill Us All… which ponders on our world through martial arts and dance and in August, CCDC stages our second production for families, The Little Prince, choreographed and directed by CCDC Assistant Artistic Director Dominic Wong. Based on the well-loved story, this dance theatre integrates contemporary dance, literature and live sand art drawing.

On 21 to 26 November, CCDC will present the season highlight, City Contemporary Dance Festival 2017, a major contemporary dance event in Hong Kong. The festival aims to create the first East Asia dance platform by bringing audience, artists and arts presenters to a series of public performances, showcases, symposium and networking events.

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Why Not Kill Us All…
My Kin, My Tribe, My Fellow (Who am I? What is mine?)
The Little Prince
Programme of International Arts Carnival 2017
A Fairy Tale for All Ages Never forget, always young at heart
Testimony (Hong Kong)
City Contemporary Dance Festival
Testimony was selected as one of the “2006 Top Five Dances” by South China Morning Post and received the Hong Kong Dance Award in 2007.

A powerful, full-length work based on the life of Shostakovich, combined dance with theatre and video to striking effect.”
Moon-Looking Dog‧I Saw the Elephant (Korea)
City Contemporary Dance Festival
Hong Kong Premiere

Body, dancing, technique... overpower the audience!”
 
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