Daloy Dance Company (Philippines)

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A thriving community and one that hangs onto life for survival- Daloy Dance Company tells non-linear narratives of two sides of the contemporary Filipino society in the premiere of two upcoming choreographies. Unity, cooperation and abundance come to life in the new work Himalaya, featuring the music of Maquiling Music Ensemble.

Two pieces combine for a full evening with intermission. In Himalaya (40 minutes), the spirit of Bayanihan in the tight-knit barangays of pre-hispanic Philippines gleams in the everyday life in urban Manila.

On other hand, oppression and desperation- lives of sex workers in Manila, are retold in Ea Torrado’s Canton (40 minutes). With a preview at Fringe Festival launch in March 2014, and a showcase at Ho Chih Minh International Dance Festival, Canton will personify the hardships of fellow countrymen that are often ignored and left behind. In suites of solos, duets, trios and ensemble, Daloy Dance Company, supported by Alvin Ersaga Tolentino, Steps Dance Project and Tuchi Imperial, delves into the paradoxes of contemporary Philippines in Canton Atbp.

一个兴旺的社会,一个努力生活的人:Daloy舞蹈公司用即将首演的两个新的编舞为观众展现了一个非线性的叙述下的当代菲律宾社会的两面。喜马拉雅展现了在一个紧密团结的前殖民时期的菲律宾的Bayanihan精神,意为为共同的利益团结起来。另外,广州再次告诉观众一个关于马尼拉的性工作者的压迫与绝望的生活的故事,体现了社会底层的那些人的艰辛。通过独舞,双人舞,三人舞蹈以及组舞,Daloy舞蹈公司挖掘了现代菲律宾社会的矛盾。 编舞:Ea Torrado 舞者:10名 巡演团队:11人

Una comunidad próspera que se aferra a la vida para sobrevivir – Daloy Dance Company narra de forma no lineal dos caras de la sociedad filipina contemporánea en el estreno de dos próximas coreografías. HIMALAYA muestra el espíritu de Bayanihan en los barrios muy unidas de prehispánico Filipinas. Por otra parte, la opresión y desperacion de las vidas de las trabajadoras sexuales en Manila, se volvió a contar en CANTON, personificando las penurias de los que la sociedad dejó atrás. A manera de solos, dúos, tríos y conjuntos, Daloy Dance Company explora las paradojas de Las Filipinas de hoy en día. Coreógrafo: Ea Torrado Bailarines: 10 Touring Total: 11