Unable to make to the Diversity in Movement concert this year? Then save the date for The Dream Project in December!
The Dream Project features the work of Chun-Jou Tsai and is produced by Penumbra:Exchange . Her solo from the Diversity in Movement will be featured during this performance along with group pieces performed by Wisty Andres, Jorge Delgado, Hsia-Hua Liang, and Brian Washburn. The concept for the concert is a fusion of contemporary modern and traditional Chinese dance that visualizes the calligraphy of a classic Buddhist poem. Ms. Tsai's choreography seamlessly blends improvisational and long sleeves techniques to create imagery that is alternately fluid and sharp. Please check this website and our Facebook page over the next few weeks for more updates and details - or consider donating to our Indiegogo campaign!
Ms. Tsai is a native of Taiwan with extensive knowledge of dance performance, choreography, education, and acting. Her prolific career includes touring internationally with the Lan Yang Dance Company, commercial work as lead actress/dancer in music videos, and performing with the Pascal Rioult Dance Company during their summer intensives. She has received numerous awards for her choreography and performance since 2005 as well as funding to attend the prestigious American Dance Festival and Vienna International Dance Festival (ImPulsTanz). Ms. Tsai accepted a full scholarship in 2010 to attend the Case Western Reserve University MFA in Contemporary Dance program where she continued to receive accolades for her work. After coming to Boston in 2013, Ms. Tsai joined Urbanity Dance and Penumbra:Movement with performances at the Boston University Dance Theatre, Dance Complex, Green Street Studios, and Boston Contemporary Dance Festival. She passes on her deep knowledge and love of dance to her students each day at the Chinese Folk Art Dance Workshop, Bright Pearl Dance Academy, Gia Yung Dance Company, and Winchester Wen Chen Dance Group.
For reservations, please contact Penumbra:RME at email@example.com. Tickets will be available for $15/person with discounts for students, seniors, and BDA members. Donations can be accepted through the fiscal sponsorship of the Boston Dance Alliance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.