Frontier Danceland is organising an online dance workshop by Choreographer Shahar Binyamini (Israel). Shahar's past works for Frontier Danceland includes FLAT, PARADISO and Wet Ostrich.
Shahar will be teaching an excerpt of PARADISO, created for Frontier Danceland's SIDES 2018. There will be a short session for Questions & Answer thereafter.
The dance workshop is open to all participants as long as you have purchased a ticket. Kindly note that one ticket admits one participant.
We will be using Zoom for the online dance workshop. Zoom is accessible from your phone, tablet and computer. After you have purchased your ticket, you will receive a link to our Zoom meeting via e-mail. We will only admit the participant with the Zoom account's display name that you have provided.
Shahar Binyamini Online Workshop
Date: 8 May 2020 (Friday)
Time: 6PM - 7.15PM (Singapore Time)
Kindly note that by attending the workshop, participants consent to the use of photographs and videos for the below purposes. Photographs and videos will be taken during the workshop in which participant may appear. Such photographs and videos may be displayed or published on Frontier Danceland's website, social media platforms and publicity materials.
For other enquiries, please do not hesitate to contact us via Peatix Direct Message or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Founded in 1991 by Low Mei Yoke and Tan Chong Poh, Frontier Danceland is a non-profit, contemporary dance repertory company in Singapore that transitioned to a full-time, professional company in 2011. We work with both local and international dance-makers from various backgrounds. Throughout the years, Frontier Danceland has also represented Singapore internationally, including three sold-out shows at Batsheva Dance Company in Israel in 2016.
Our vision is to be a versatile contemporary dance company in Singapore, committed to inspiring our audiences with a dynamic range of contemporary dance works thereby contributing to a greater appreciation of the art form. We do this by creating opportunities for local and international dance artists to create and present diverse, experimental and accessible dance works.
Photo Credits: Bernie Ng / PARADISO (SIDES 2018)