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Arts & Culture
Inbal Pinto Dance Company performs in Seoul festival E-mail

The Inbal Pinto Dance Company, headed by creators Inbal Pinto and Avshalom Pollak, performed “Shaker” in Seoul, South Korea.

The company held performances on 13 October and 14 October at Mary Hall in Sogang University (Shinchon) as part of the Seoul Performing Arts Festival.

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Hong Kong plays host to lecture recital by Orit Eylon E-mail

Dr. Orit Eylon, Mezzo Soprano and Assistant Professor of Voice at the University of Texas, will visit Hong Kong and give a lecture recital entitled “Music of Israel.”

The event will focus on Israeli opera, art song and folk music at the University of Hong Kong on 31 October 2007 at the Chong Yuet Ming Amenities Centre Theatre.

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Tamar Raban in "Da Dao Live Art Event" Print E-mail

On 13 October performance artists from around the world gathered at the Osage Gallery in Kowloon to present a vast array of individual body works for the 2007 “Da Dao Live Art Event”.

Tel-Aviv-based artist, Tamar Raban, delivered a performance entitled “L.E.P.P” or a Lesson on Peformance in English. Community member and art historian, Debra Wacks, indicated that the piece was “conceptual and thought provoking, yet rather humourous” and that Raban’s work was well received by the local Hong Kong audience.

Raban is the director of Shelter 209, a non-profit organisation for the Advancement of Inter-disciplinary Art.


(Issue November 2007) 


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