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香港舞蹈團 港台韓交流舞台《三城誌》Hong Kong x Taitung x Seoul Tale of Three Cities
布拉瑞揚舞團 《阿棲睞》香港演出 不容錯過

香港舞蹈團 港台韓交流舞台《三城誌》

布拉瑞揚舞團 《阿棲睞》香港演出 不容錯過

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2018年2月2-4日(五 -日) 晚上7:45

2018年2月3-4日(六 -日) 下午3:00

葵青劇院演藝廳

$280 $200 $100

門票現於城市售票網發售

購票請點 https://ticket.urbtix.hk/internet/zh_TW/eventDetail/34246

 

連結生活 土地的傳統舞蹈祭

結合香港、台東、首爾最耀眼的舞者,《三城誌》以舞蹈連結人文歷史,讓觀衆在傳統裏探索自己的根源。靈感源自對現代生活的反思和回歸大自然的嚮往,香港舞蹈團駐團導師兼編舞謝茵將聯同台東原住民編舞家布拉瑞揚(布拉瑞揚舞團BDC)和首爾新晉編舞家韓孝林(Han Dance Project)讓年輕舞者重新演繹傳統舞蹈。

 

台東
布拉瑞揚舞團

 

由台灣排灣族編舞家布拉瑞揚成立,從原住民文化出發,發展原住民特有的身體表述和語彙。布拉瑞揚於雲門舞集出身,曾受邀為美國舞蹈節,兩度為美國瑪莎‧葛蘭姆舞團編作,並於溫哥華冬奧藝術節、美國維爾國際藝術節、雅各枕舞蹈節等重要國際場合演出,其編舞作品受舞評熱讚。

 

《阿棲睞》

斜坡上的「阿棲睞 Qaciljay」(排灣語音譯,表石頭之意),是台灣東岸原鄉居住地景,更是原住民的部落記憶。以台東的人文地境作為養分,《阿棲睞》從傳統樂舞「牽手」男⼦彼此激勵扶持的概念出發,專注的反覆唱跳勇⼠歌舞,堅定守護彼此和傳統,在當代安身立命。眾舞者上山學習整地、收生薑,藉由勞動而涵養舞者的身體,重新連結身體與大地。

 

藝術總監及編舞:布拉瑞揚・帕格勒法
技術總監及燈光設計:李建常
服裝設計:林秉豪
音樂設計:陳主惠
影像設計與製作:撒古流、亞粟・亞巫

 

首爾
韓孝林Han Dance Project

韓國編舞家韓孝林曾於國立國樂院舞蹈大賽及首爾國際舞蹈節獲取大獎,創立Han Dance Project,是韓國當代舞壇備受注目而閃爍的編舞家。

《憤怒的海 — 宇部之記憶》

以舞蹈追悼於1942年日佔時期煤礦事故犧牲的朝鮮礦工,至今宇部市的海邊仍然埋藏著既憤怒又悲傷的犧牲者,用故鄉的祭祀安撫著海中的靈魂。

藝術總監及編舞:韓孝林
燈光設計:柳百熙、康智惠
服裝設計:閔天泓
音樂設計:許聖恩

 

香港
香港舞蹈團

駐團導師謝茵曾兩次榮獲香港舞蹈年獎,曾任香港舞蹈團少年團藝術統籌及導師,編創多個大型兒童舞劇。亦曾參與舞團大型舞劇任聯合編舞,舞作細膩且富生活氣息。

《四季》

生命的川流不息,一代代地被這片海灣承載著。 這一刻可否回到時間或環境最初的本質, 生命的循環……逝去的、孕育的! 當音樂響起,提醒我們四季更远的色彩; 舞者以傳統舞的肢體,探問生活中的矛盾。 當風再來的時候,我們將會飄向哪裡?

編導及編舞:謝茵
舞台及服裝設計:李 峯
數碼影像設計:成博民
燈光設計:張素宜

 

 

協辦單位:
光華新聞文化中心

合作夥伴:
中華航空
華信航空
Cobo House
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Hong Kong Dance Company 

Hong Kong x Taitung x Seoul
Tale of Three Cities

2 - 4.2.2018 (Fri -Sun) 7:45pm

3 - 4.2.2018 (Sat -Sun) 3:00pm

Kwai Tsing Theatre Auditorium

$280 $200 $100

Tickets available now at URBTIX

Let your body speak for your soul

A trio of dance companies will gather in Hong Kong to celebrate the similarities and differences among their respective hometowns – Hong Kong, Taitung, and Seoul – in a stunning three-part performance titled “Tale of Three Cities” from Feb. 2 through 5.

Representing Taiwan at the dance summit is Bulareyaung Dance Company (布拉瑞揚舞團, stylized as “B.D.C”), a platform for young dancers in eastern Taiwan founded by Bulareyaung Pagarlava, former principal dancer for Cloud Gate 2 and the Martha Graham Dance Company.

After achieving considerable fame in life, Bulareyaung started to focus on his identity as a member of the indigenous Paiwan community. The process of self-discovery led him to establish the dance company in 2014 and embark on a new journey of cultivating young dancers and producing aboriginal performances.

B.D.C aims to provide a stage in eastern Taiwan for young dancers. Though members of B.D.C did not receive prior formal training, they can intuitively develop different kinds of body movements and gestures, which show the originality and beauty of Taiwan’s aboriginal peoples.

For their upcoming performance in Hong Kong, B.D.C has chosen to perform  “Qaciljay (阿棲睞),” a physical tribute to the pristine landscapes of eastern Taiwan. It is the group’s second independent production, choreographed after Bulareyaung led B.D.C to to walk and sing in the mountains of his hometown Buliblosan (嘉蘭) in Taitung.

“Qaciljay” – meaning “stone” in the Paiwan language – will take visitors on a sensory journey spanning the traditional customs and ginger harvests of the Paiwan people. The dance piece draws from age-old customs of joining hands and chanting powerfully to illustrate the sacred union of people and earth.

The two other dance groups of the troika showcase are Hong Kong Dance Company and the Han Dance Project. The former will present “Four Seasons” to celebrate the cycle of life, death, and rebirth while the latter will perform “Furious Sea – Memory on Ube” to commemorate the victims of the 1942 Chosei Coal Mine Disaster.

 

Taitung
Taitung Bulareyaung Dance Company
Founded by internationally acclaimed choreographer Bulareyaung Pagarlava, originally from the Paiwan tribe of Taiwan. Bulareyaung started his professional career as a dancer in Cloud Gate Theatre, and has since presented his work twice with the Martha Graham Dance Company in New York. He has frequently appeared at Vail International Dance Festival and the Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival.

Qaciljay
Celebrating the Paiwan culture, Qaciljay means ‘stones’ in the indigenous language, and refers to the pristine landscape of eastern Taiwan. Inspired by traditional songs and dances of the tribal community, the dancers were taught how to cultivate the land and harvest ginger by the tribespeople, in order to nourish their bodies. Holding hands and chanting ferociously, the dance illustrates the sacred union of the indigenous people and the earth, embodying both philosophical and aesthetic significance.

Artistic Director and Choreographer: Bulareyaung Pagarlava
Technical Director and Lighting Designer: Lee, Chien-Chang
Costume Designer: Lin ,Bing-Hao
Music Designer and Live Music: Chen, Chu-Hui
Image Designer and Producer: Sakuliu Pavavalung , Yasu Yawu

Seoul
Seoul Han Dance Project
Emerging choreographer Han Hyo-lim from South Korea founded the Han Dance Project after winning the Seoul International Dance Festival and Competition organised by the National Centre for Korean Traditional Performing Arts.

Furious Sea — Memory on Ube
The dance commemorates the victims of the 1942 Chosei Coal Mine disaster, remembered for the anguish they suffered.

Artistic Director and Choreographer: Han Hyo-lim
Lighting Designer: Ryou Backhee, Kang Jihye
Costume Designer: Min cheon-hong
Music Designer: Huh sung-eun

Hong Kong
Hong Kong Dance Company

Xie Yin from the Hong Kong Dance Company is a two-time Hong Kong Dance Awards winner, renowned for her leading performances in major dance dramas.
Four Seasons
Once the Fragrant Harbour of the Orient, we celebrate its rich soil that has nurtured generations of people. Yet, as the seasons come and fade, how far have we drifted from our essence? The cycle of life births death and rebirths… Experience the four seasons through music, as dancers embrace each note with a classic move. Where will the wind take us next, away from the banality of everyday life?

Director and Choreographer: Xie Yin
Set and Costume Designer: Bacchus Lee
Digital Image Designer: Oliver Shing
Lighting Designer: Zoe Cheung

Co-organiser:
Kwang Hwa Information and Culture Centre

Supporting Partners:
China Airlines
Mandarin Airlines
Cobo House by 2am:dessertbar
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