Roehampton dance students performed ‘Bridging Colours’, a dance piece choreographed by Korean contemporary choreographer, Yong Min Cho, at the Korean Cultural Centre.
Posted: 7 December 2012
On Wednesday 28th November, six Roehampton dance students performed ‘Bridging Colours’, a dance piece choreographed by Korean contemporary choreographer, Yong Min Cho, at the Korean Cultural Centre in central London.
‘Bridging Colours’ illustrates in movement the concept of the five colours - white, yellow, red, black and blue - related to nature, the human body and its senses.
The dancers moved freely in the spaces of the centre’s gallery amongst an audience who mingled with them, watching both their movements and the exhibits of the new art exhibition, O Bang Saek.
It was a highly successful evening, and Soon Yul Kang, the chairperson of the Korean Artists Association noted how the evening ‘had been greatly helped by students from the Dance Department of the University of Roehampton’.
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