Bridging Colours – White: Yong Min Cho at Asia House and Venice.

26 May 2014

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Details of the final performance linked to Yong Min Cho’s Asia House residency have been announced. Tickets can be reserved via the Asia House website. Also below are details of a subsequent performance in Venice on 18 June.

Bridging Colours – White

Dance and Music Performance
Asia House | 63 New Cavendish St | London | W1G 7LP
13 June 2014, 6:45pm – 8:00pm

Bridging Colours-White

As part of his residency at Asia House, choreographer Yong Min Cho will present a special collaborative venture with Korean Dance Company Pyung-In and musical ensemble, Nol Eum Pan. The performance will have an emphasis on the colour white, as this is one of the five most important colours in Korean tradition and life, which consists of white, black, red, blue and yellow.

Yong Min Cho (UK/South Korea/Italy) Artistic director of A+M (Asia Movement), began his studies at the dance theatre school of Paolo Grassi (Picolo Teatro). After training in Milan, he moved to Venice to join the then named Academia I’sola Danza, where he worked with Carolyn Carlson. Since 2005, he has been living and working in London whilst touring in Italy and South Korea. A+M is a new platform for East-West cultural exchange to research and explore potential ideas that cross the rich and diverse traditions of Eastern Dance within a contemporary Western context.

The performance is in collaboration with the Fondazione Giorgi Cini onlus, Venice, and Antiruggine, Italy.

Find more information about Yong Min Cho on his website: www.ymcho.co.uk

Partner for this Summer dance programme
Sunok Phillips

Supported by
May Kim

Dancers
Pyung-In Dance Company
Lee Seung Ju (Dance Director)
Eum Jung Eun
Jo Song Yi

Musicians
Nol Eum Pan

Korean Traditional Music Team
Kim Seung Ho (Music Director)
Kim Min Ji
Lee Eun Young
Lim Hyun Ho

Sponsors

And the Venice performance (click on the poster for a full-sized version):

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