Supported by Aaron Davis Hall
Choreographed by Xiang Xu, Hyung Ji Yu
Performers: Xiang Xu, Hyung Ji Yu
Length of this piece: 1hour and 20 minutes
Address: Aaron Davis Hall (115 Convent Ave, New York, NY 10027)
Date: Friday, September 3rd, 2023, at 7 PM
A sense of confusion and uncertainty sometimes with feelings of anxiety that may affect us exposed to an alien culture or environment without adequate preparation. We meet in a new world with diverse cultural backgrounds and our differences make us become more open-minded and understanding. This is the beauty of our world to see how we engage each other with very unique values. Real harmony is always based on mutual respect.
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NuWa (女媧) is the mother goddess of Chinese mythology who repaired the Pillars of Heaven. She felt an indescribable loneliness and created the first human inspired by her own image reflected in the water.
Choreographer: Jessica Chen
Associate Choreographer: Xiang Xu
Dancers: Chieh Hsiung and Sumire Ishige
Costume Designer: Lui Konno
August 19, 2022 at 6:30pm EST (Premiere)
Arts on Site; 12 St Marks Place, Studio 3R; New York, New York 10003
NuWa (女媧) is performed as part of We Belong Here: AAPI Festival, a fully presented opportunity for choreographers that identify with the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities, hosted by Arts On Site as part of their ARTS IN SITE, a performance series bringing underrepresented artists into view.
* This work is made possible through the Dance/NYC Dance Advancement Fund, Amerivision Inc, and an ongoing residency at the Museum of Chinese in America.
Spring Concert 2022 Presented by Department of Dance Towson University
“Embrace” highlights a vibrant series of dance works, uplifting the unique thoughts, bodies, voices, and means of expression of the Spring 2022 Towson University Dance Company. Featured choreographers include TU faculty members Tracie Burton-Hooper, Nicole A. Martinell, Caitlin McAfee, Vincent E. Thomas, and Caroline Rocher Barnes and special guest choreographer, Xiang Xu.
Spring 2022 Concert on Tour
The works you are about to witness represent JMU Dance at its best, with pieces by nationally-recognized guest artists and faculty members. The goal of this concert has been to envision where JMU Dance can go, while honoring the work and community that helped us arrive at this moment. You will see five choreographic works showcase the wide range of talents our students possess, and I hope that you will be inspired by the artistry and professionalism demonstrated by the dancers throughout this challenging and demanding concert.
JMU Faculty Choreographers:
WHEN: Saturday - April 23, 2022
TIME: 7:00 PM
LOCATION: Dogtown Dance Theatre 109 W.15th St, Richmond VA 23224
TICKETS: $20 General Admission, $15 Students
SHOW ALERT // J CHEN PROJECT presents We Belong Here: AAPI Dance Festival
We hope you will join us as we reunite and connect in solidarity through dance, art, and expression. These programs will present J CHEN PROJECT repertory along with featuring a total of 8 Asian-American choreographic voices. We want to use this opportunity to amplify the AAPI arts community and celebrate these artists.
August 20 at 6:30p and 8:30p
August 21 at 7:30p
J CHEN PROJECT
Born in Rice
Choreographer: Xiang Xu
Thursday 15 August 2019 6.30 pm - 8.00 pm
Cambodian National Arts Center
Cultural Kaleidoscope Festival
Pangaea Dance Series C
Choreographed by Xiang Xu, Heidi Yu
Address: Hudson Guild Theater
441 W 26th St, New York NY 10001
Date: Saturday, June 9th, 8 PM Thursday, June 14th, 7 PM
"Fast Forward" Dance Series
Choreographed by Xiang Xu, Heidi Yu
Theater: Dixon Place, 161A Chrystie Street, NY 10002
Date: Tuesday, March 20, 2018, at 7:30 PM