Dance

HK Magazine - - CULTURE -

Ari­rang of Mount Paektu

Sick of K-pop al­ready? Go for K-tra­di­tional mu­sic and dance in­stead. Korean group Yan­bian Song and Dance Troupe is putting on a show that fo­cuses on the har­mony be­tween hu­mans and na­ture, in­spired by the mag­nif­i­cent land­scapes of Yan­bian on the border of China and North Korea. Mar 26, 8pm; Mar 27, 3pm. Tsuen Wan Town Hall Au­di­to­rium, 72 Tai Ho Rd., Tsuen Wan, $120-220 from urbtix.hk.

Con­stel­la­tions

Af­ter an awe­some per­for­mance in 2008, Span­ish mod­ern dance com­pany Ara­cal­adanza re­turns to Hong Kong to present their lat­est show, Con­stel­la­tions. The show is a dance cock­tail filled with colors and shapes like a vivid mov­ing paint­ing, a jour­ney for the imag­i­na­tion. Mar 25-26, 7:30pm; Mar 26-27, 3pm. The­atre, Ngau Chi Wan Civic Cen­tre, 11 Clear Wa­ter Bay Rd., Choi Hung, $140-240 from urbtix.hk.

Lit­tle Pieces

City Con­tem­po­rary Dance Com­pany opens the 2016 sea­son with Do­minic Wong’s “Lit­tle Pieces,” which ex­plores our re­la­tion­ship with chore­og­ra­phy, and how it touches peo­ple’s emo­tions. Tw­erk­ing cer­tainly touches ours. Apr 15-16, 8pm; Apr 16-17, 3pm. Studio The­atre, Cul­tural Cen­tre, 10 Sal­is­bury Rd.,

Tsim Sha Tsui,

$160-220 from urbtix.hk.

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