Faculty Profile Tsai Hsi Hung

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    Tsai Hsi Hung

    Contemporary



    Advanced
    Fridays 10:00-11:30AM through June 7



    Summer Schedule
    Mondays 11:30AM - 1:00PM
    Saturdays 11:00AM - 12:30PM
    June 8 through August 31



    Bio



    Tsai Hsi Hung, (Taipei, Taiwan) graduated from Taipei National University of the Arts in 2009 and travelled to Australia as an exchange student for the Dance at Queensland Technology University Dance Department. She has worked with the Australian Dance Theater, Tasdance, and Chunky Move Dance Company Dancers. While in Australia, Hung appeared on the TV show “So You Think You Can Dance.”

    Hung is also active as a choreographer. In 2012, Hung wrote the choreography for the Beijing TV show “Passion for Dance.” Meimage Dance commissioned her to choreograph a solo piece entitled Bluebeard, which Hung performed throughout Taiwan in the summer of 2016. Her choreography was also featured at Baruch Performing Arts Center’s REVERBdance series in 2017. In June of 2018, the MET Dance company performed Hung’s work IO for 12 dancers at the Miller Outdoor Theatre in Houston, Texas.

    Tsai Hsi Hung is the director of the QBC Company (Queens Ballet Center Company). QBC is a versatile ensemble drawing on a wide range of influences from traditional Chinese dance to modern contemporary. Hung's choreography reflects her experience as a dancer, painter, and stage designer and has been performed throughout the United States as well as China, Taiwan, and Australia. Her work explores the nature of opposing forces, where the dancers represent aspects of a person's mind or the conflict inherent in relationships. This is depicted on the cosmic level as well, in larger scale pieces that invoke a feeling of ritual.

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                    Week of: Jun 17, 2019 - Jun 23, 2019
    Contemporary
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    11:00AM - 12:30PM             Adv
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    11:30AM - 1:00PM   Adv
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