DANCE DANCE ASIA―Crossing the Movements 2019
SOUTHEAST ASIA TOUR
Tuesday 24 October 2019, 19:30 Start (19:00 Doors Open)
Friday 25 October 2019, 19:30 Start (19:00 Doors Open)
Saturday 26 October 2019, 15:30 Start (15:00 Doors Open)
- Youth Theatre
(11 Ngô Thì Nhậm, Hai Bà Trưng, Hà Nội,Vietnam)
Free AdmissionFree ticket distribution :
From 12:00 on Friday 11 October onwardThe Japan Foundation Center for Cultural Exchange in Vietnam :
27 Quang Trung, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi
[Opening hours] 09:30 – 18:00 (Closed on Sundays)*Please refrain from taking children under 6 years old to the shows.
Dates : Saturday, 19 October, 14:00～18:3014:00～ Bboy（Cheno×C-Lil×GEN ROC）
17:00～ TALK SHOWFree Admission
Open to everyone*
Number of participants: Up to 80 people per workshop
Venue : S.I.N.E DANCE ROOM2nd floor – 63 Nhan Hoa, Hanoi*Details on how to apply will be announced on the official website.
Friday 1 November 2019, 19:00 Start (18:00 Doors Open)
Saturday 2 November 2019, 17:00 Start (16:00 Doors Open)
- ASOK MONTRI MUSIC AND PERFORMING ARTS HALL 1 – Srinakharinwirot University
(114 Soi Sukhumvit 23, Khwaeng Khlong Toei Nuea, Khet Watthana, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110 Thailand)
General Admission: 500THB / Students: 350THBBooking now available at:
*Children aged 4 years old or under are not allowed to enter the show.Inquiries in Japanese:
The Japan Foundation, Bangkok
TEL: (66) 2-260-8560
E-mail: email@example.comInquiries in Thai & English:
The Zoo Thailand @thezoothailand (Line@)
Dates : Monday 28 October～Wednesday 30 October, 19:00～21:00（Open at 18:30）Monday 28 October : HOUSE（JUMPEI×KEIN）
Tuesday 29 October : Bboy（KATSUYA×3T）
Wednesday 30 October : HIPHOP（Nikii×kEnkEn）Free Admission
Open for DDA Performance Ticket Holders only*
Number of participants: Up to 50 people per workshop
Venue : Host BangkokChandrphen Restaurant rooftop
(1030/1 Rama 4 Road 10120, Bangkok)*Details on how to apply will be announced on the official website.
What if…Just dance
- 3T – Vietnam –
Born in Hanoi in 1988, 3T is a choreographer and dancer. Starting his dance career in 2003, his b-boying skills have won him the Vietnamese dance events Got to Dance Vietnam Competition 2014 and Vu Dieu Green Vietnam 2013. He has also garnered titles at such prestigious contests as Battle of the Year (the world’s largest breakdance event), R16, and Free-style Session. From 2012, he started performing contemporary dance and has won dance contests in Vietnam.
- KATSUYA – Japan –
Born in Kumamoto Prefecture in 1990, KATSUYA is a dancer. Starting to dance from elementary school, he went on to win Japan’s top dance event Old School Night three times and was also runner-up at Battle of the Year, the world’s biggest breakdance event. His television appearances include Super Chample on Chukyo TV. Since relocating to Tokyo, he has achieved success on the global dance scene, representing Japan for the solo battle of the UK B-Boy Championships and winning Battle of the Year three years in a row as part of the group The Floorriorz. He has performed in numerous showcases, workshops, and stage productions at home and abroad.
Inception – A dream within a dream within a dream within a dream…
- Nikii – Thailand –
Born in Chiang Mai in 1984, Nikii is a choreographer and dancer. He started dancing from the age of six and has worked with a wide range of genres from breaking to hip hop, popping, locking, soul, Latin, and street jazz. In addition to his own choreography, he also serves as a judge for dance contests.
- Takuro Suzuki – Japan –
Born in Niigata Prefecture in 1985, Takuro Suzuki is a choreographer, director, and dancer. He is an adjunct instructor at International Culture School and the Department of Scenography Design, Drama, and Dance at Tama Art University. He is the leader of the dance company CHAiroiPLIN, whose out-put freely incorporates dialogue, song, and onomatopoeia with the aim of producing shows that can be enjoyed by all ages. In addition to guest performing for Yukio Ninagawa’s Saitama Next Theatre, he also takes part in many dance events abroad. His numerous awards include the Encouragement Prize at Yokohama Dance Collection EX 2011, a finalist for the 9th Toyota Choreography Award, the 46th Newcomer Award from the Dance Critics Society of Japan, and the 9th Japan Dance Forum Award.
- kEnkEn – Japan –
Born in Saitama Prefecture in 2001, kEnkEn is a dancer and choreographer. Starting to dance already in kindergarten, he made his professional show debut in 2011 in Michael Jackson Tribute Live and then studied dance at LA Dance Camp. He went on to win VIBE JAPAN and perform at DANCE DANCE ASIA in 2016 and 2017 as a member of BLACK LIP BOYZ. His backup dancer and choreography credits include SMAP, Tokyo Gegegay, E-girls’ Ami, Yasuyuki Okamura, Akiko Wada, and MISIA. He has also frequently performed with Koharu Sugawara. He is currently involved with making music that he performs with his body. The future prospects of his unique style of dance closely attuned to sound are highly anticipated.
- Kaho Abe – Japan –
Dancer and choreographer, Kaho Abe was born in Saitama, Japan and started dancing at the age of 7. She won the dance choreography contest at Legend TOKYO Chapter 5 and has appeared as a dancer in major Japanese artists’ music videos (Yutaka Kobayashi, AKB48, NAOTO INTI RAYMI, etc…).
She participated in the production of ‘Playhouse’, directed by Shuko Nemoto, as an assistant choreographer and is now actively involved in various theatrical productions.
Organized and Planned by:
The Japan Foundation Asia Center
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