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New work for Intoto Dance

New work for Intoto Dance

Dam was commissioned by London Studio Centre to create a new work on INTOTO Dance. In its 22 year history, INTOTO has been committed to supporting emerging choreographers, as well as commissioning work from established figures in ...

A Darker Shade of Fado: Collaboration with Nuno Silva

A Darker Shade of Fado: Collaboration with Nuno Silva

Nuno Silva invites Dam to collaborate on his new show, touring April to June. Nuno Silva returns once again to the fado blues of Portugal in his own show A ...

Discovery Showcased in Ho Chi Minh City

Discovery Showcased in Ho Chi Minh City

We are pleased to announce our upcoming sharing taking place on Friday 24 January, 6.30pm at Lệ Thanh Theatre - 25 Phan Phú Tiên district 5- HCMC in Vietnam.

DISCOVERY culminates a 3 week movement research period between Dam Van Huynh, Arabesque Dance, UK based music composer Jamie Hamilton and dance artists from the local community in Ho Chi Minh City.

Choreographer: Dam Van Huynh (VN - UK)
Composer: Jamie Hamilton (UK)
Artists: Arabesque Dance, Dancenter, HCMC Ballet Dance School.
Date: 24/1/2014
Time: 18h30
Location: Lệ Thanh Theatre - 25 Phan Phú Tiên district 5- HCMC.

Tickets: 091 246 0033 / hung.unlimited@gmail.com

Arabesque Dance Company
www.arabesque.com.vn

Composer’s Blog
Saigon Sound

Supported using public funding by Arts Council England / British Council England (Artists' International Development Fund).

With further support from Arabesque, HCMC Drama Theatre and HCMC Ballet Dance School

Discovery in Ho Chi Minh City


Greetings

Greetings

Van Huynh Company would like to wish you a Happy New Year and thank you again for your continuous support. Bring on 2014!

Collaboration with dance artists in Vietnam

Collaboration with dance artists in Vietnam

We are glad to announce that Dam has been awarded a grant from Arts Council England and the British Council as part of their Artists’ International Development Fund to lead a research project in collaboration with Arabesque ...

Performing for the Royal Family

Performing for the Royal Family

On Tuesday 19th November Winding-Twist was performed in front of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at an event hosted by Only Connect.

Winding-Twist - performed by dancers from Dance United - was created as a curtain raiser to Gesundheit! in June this year. Dance United was invited to this event also featuring local charities Bounce Back, Handmade Alliance, Switchback and Spark Inside.

Watch the dancers perform for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

Van Huynh Co performs for the royal family

Photo credit: Martin Finegan


Choreographic Lab with Dam

Choreographic Lab with Dam

Check out this opportunity for dancers and non dancers to participate in a Choreographic Lab with Dam as part of Dance United‘s project pilot in the field of mental health. Apply before Friday ...

Artscross London 2013

Artscross London 2013

Dam will take part in ArtsCross London 2013 with the support of Step Out Arts. ArtsCross is a performance research project bringing together artists and academics from Beijing Dance Academy, Taipei University of the Arts and from ...

Groovething at Palacio de Bellas Artes

Groovething at Palacio de Bellas Artes

The National Company of Mexico – CEPRODAC – will present Dam’s latest creation for the company at the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City. It is a real honour for us to show ...

Winding-Twist at Rich Mix

Winding-Twist at Rich Mix

Moshood Ibrahim and Jannick Moth will perform Winding-Twist at Rich Mix as part of Shoreditch Youth Dance’s showcase. Come to support them! Friday 26 July, 7.30pm Booking: www.richmix.org.uk Tickets: £10/£5