HCM City show to feature classic and contemporary dance
HAØ NOÄI A night featuring classic and contemporary dances by Vietnamese and South Korean artists will be held on December 8 in HCM City.
The dancers from Korean Ambiguous Dance Company, Kim Yong Geol Dance Theatre and HCM Ballet Symphony and Orchestra (HBSO) will perform four dances at the show, entitled
will open with a modern dance entitled Obliviate. The dance is choreographed by Kim Yong Geol based on German composer Max Richer. The choreographer will dance with dancer Kim Da Eun.
Geol is a ballet star who has revived the popularity of Korean ballet. He is the first Korean dancer ever to enter world-class company by receiving the bronze medal at the Moscow International Ballet Competition in 1997. He also won gold medal at the Paris International Ballet Duet Competition in 1998. He is currently a ballet teacher at the Korea National University of Arts.
In the show, Geol and dancer Kim Bo Ram will perform , a ballet by Maurice Ravel of France. Ram is the artistic director and choreographer of Ambiguous Dance Company. He is one of the most popular contemporary dancers in Korea.