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 Post subject: Singapore Arts Festival 2004
PostPosted: Sun Feb 22, 2004 6:26 am 
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Keeping alive traditional Spanish dance

By CHEAH UI-HOON
The Singapore Business Times
February 20, 2004

RECOVERING traditional choreography so that it's not lost is one of the top priorities for Ballet Nacional de Espana (BNE). The other is to stimulate creativity. 'The company is in many ways Spain's representative,' says Mercedes Zuniga, assistant artistic director, in an email interview.
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 Post subject: Re: Singapore Arts Festival 2004
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Spanking new show

By CHEAH UI-HOON
The Singapore Business Times
May 21, 2004

This year's Singapore Arts Festival has four world premieres and four Asian ones. Akram Khan's ma, Checkpoint Theatre's Opiume, TheatreWorks' Sandakan Threnody, and Ah Hock and Peng Yu's Peng Yu will make their 'world' debuts here.
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Hottest tickets in town

The Singapore Business Times
May 21, 2004

BT's top 10 picks for the Arts Festival

Ma, by Akram Khan first night sold out

What it's about: Ma, meaning mother or earth, will be a narrative dance where dancers also play the roles of singers and musicians. Based on an Arundhati Roy book, Ma examines our disconnectedness to the earth.
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A vibrant Mix

By MICHAEL HU
The Singapore Business Times
June 18, 2004

'I love to mix and leave my mind open,' Colker says, adding that this will be illustrated in this showcase of an eclectic fusion of pop culture, contemporary dance, and sport.
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Physical exploration of men's societal roles

By MICHAEL HU
The Singapore Business Times
JUne 16, 2004

Peng Yu, meaning 'friends' in the Hokkien dialect, is 'a three-part choreographic journey of three Asian male choreographers'.
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A blend of balletic grace and athletic prowess

By CHEAH UI-HOON
The Singapore Business Times
June 21, 2004

The highly-anticipated Mix started off on a shaky footing - when the Friday night performance had to be called off 10 minutes into the show due to faulty lighting. But the replacement performance on Saturday and the evening one fortunately went off smoothly.
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