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H.T. Chen's "8 Strokes" continues through February 13‏

H.T. Chen's "8 Strokes" continues through February 13‏

Company:

Chen Dance Center

Location:

Chen Dance Center, 70 Mulberry Street (corner Mulberry & Bayard)

Dates:

Thursday, January 30, 2014 - 10:30am
Thursday, February 13, 2014 - 10:30am

Tickets:

$8

Company:
Chen Dance Center

H.T. CHEN & DANCERS YOUNG AUDIENCE PERFORMANCE SERIES
continues its presentation of
'EIGHT STROKES & THE MOVING WORD'
Contemporary Dances Influenced by Chinese Culture, including Calligraphy, the Martial Arts and Chinese Opera


All performances at 10:30 AM
January 23, 24, 27, 28, 29, 30
February 4, 5, 6, 7, 11, 12, 13
Chen Dance Center, 70 Mulberry Street  (corner Mulberry & Bayard)
Tickets: $8
Reservations: 212.349.0126


'Eight Strokes & the Moving Word' is an innovative one-hour performance with live narration, audience interaction, video presentation, and vibrant excerpts of both traditional and contemporary dance, performed by H.T. Chen & Dancers.   This dance-based, educational presentation takes its title from the eight basic strokes of calligraphy, an exquisite art that has been a source of inspiration over the years for choreographer H.T. Chen.   Performances continue at the Chen Dance Center, 70 Mulberry Street in Chinatown NYC, thru February 13th.

'Eight Strokes & the Moving Word' de-mystifies the process of choreography while providing at the same time a valuable lesson in Chinese history and culture.   Through a combination of Chinese and modern dance, narration and audience participation, audiences learn about China and its folklore, and how they inspire the imagination to transform stories and ideas into movement.  

The art of dance is made more accessible as the children learn how their capabilities for creativity and self-expression can become art.   At the same time, their education in Chinese history and culture provides them with a universal perspective and inspires pride in their own ethnic backgrounds

www.chendancecenter.org

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