Contemporary Music & Dance Exposition, highlight of 5th Summer DanceFit Festival (2017)
“THREE” presents 3 distinctive solos by ODT Main Company members - Calvin Goh, Kim Pyong Su & Lee Sun Sea, in collaboration with ODT Associate artistes - Jeremy Chiew (Viola) & Mathew Mak (Piano). “THREE” marks a bold attempt for young choreographers to extend their dance creativity, working through new expressions in intimate setting.
Performance by: ODT Main Company & ODT Music Ensemble
ODT Main Company is made up of highly skilled dance artistes. The professionalism and proficiency of these dance artistes have elicited international acclaims from ministries and ambassadorial guests through mainhouse seasons, local & global invitations, international touring and cultural exchanges. The versatility and matured artistry of ODT artistes have seen them translated performing works to excellent creative output, coupled with strong artistic direction from Singapore and invited eminent choreographers.
Odyssey Dance Theatre regularly receives commissions from Singapore ministries and government agencies, corporations, as well as local and international festivals, whilst serving as Singaporean cultural ambassador on various established international platforms in Asia Pacific, Europe and USA.
ODT Music Ensemble:
A collective of passionate musicians, as part of ODT Associate Artists. They dare to break the boundaries of music, collaborating across various art forms to deliver cutting edge professional performances in Singapore and abroad. Since 2014, ODT Music Ensemble has been involved in more than 10 major productions, supporting numerous students and alumni of local arts institutions at School of the Arts (SOTA), LASALLE College of the Arts, Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA) and Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music. ODT Music Ensemble continues to expand its repertoires with its growing pool of talents to perform a diverse range of Singaporean new music, as well as East and West classical music.
ABOUT SUMMER DANCEFIT FESTIVAL 2017
“Summer DanceFit Festival (SDF) is an event under ODT Cares, with a mission to promote the understanding of the inter-connectedness of arts and health, with the social services community and the community-at-large.” said by ODT’s Chairman, Ms Koh Sauk Keow.
Integrating related areas of dance, health and fitness, ODT launched a three-week nationwide festival – Summer DanceFit Festival in June 2006, graced by the former Minister of State – Mrs Yu-Foo Yee Shoon at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.
The 2nd attempt in 2008 had presented the festival at various platforms and venues, benefitting more audiences through “dance in the natural greenery”. Its finale was held at The Shaw Symphony Stage at the Singapore Botanic Gardens, “bringing together a strong ensemble of 520 dynamic youths in the closing, presenting excellent synergetic dance items, this festival is a call to foster exchanges, encourage new grounds and provide a spectrum of dances/movements, health and fitness disciplines.” as witnessed by Ms Penny Low, Member of Parliament for Pasir Ris-Punggol GRC.
In 2013, the 3rd SDF coincided with the opening of Aliwal Arts Centre (AAC), witnessed by Mr Lawrence Wong, Minister for Culture, Community and Youth. As ODT’s first major event at ODT’s new home – Aliwal Arts Centre, this edition brought seven different platforms to engage the community from all walks of life. SDF coincided with AAC’s aims of bringing together the arts community, supporters of the arts, and the general public to explore a new frontier in performing arts.
Festival website: www.odysseydancetheatre.com/sdf
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8:00 PM - 9:00 PM SGT
- Aliwal Arts Centre, Multi-Purpose Hall
Donation encouraged FULL
- Venue Address
- Aliwal Arts Centre, Multi-Purpose Hall Singapore