DanceBourne Arts present their third annual premiere Godai, a programme of five independent dance works.
Godai takes its name from the Japanese spiritual system built on five great universal elements: earth, water, fire, wind and void. These five elements are interpreted in Godai with classical, contemporary and traditional eastern dance responses.
Earth, by Rochelle Carmichael, is inspired by the magnitude of gravity. Music by Zoe Keating. Water, by Luanne Hyson, connects ideas of emotion, defensiveness and adaptability. Music by Claude Debussy. Fire, by Kathleen Skipp, counterpoints forms of passion and energy. Original music by Josh Mitchell. Wind, by Anne Butler, challenges ideas of willingness and benevolence to music by Ludovico Einaudi. Void, by Nakarin Jaikla, experiments with concepts of power, spontaneity and creativity. Original music by Numpark Sribanditmongkol.
DanceBourneArts acknowledges support by Yarra City, Melbourne Studio of Ballet, and Prana House
Photography by Kristina Kingston White Space Photographic Studio
Sunday 13 August 2017
750 Mt Alexander Road, Moonee Ponds, VIC 3039
GODAI - Preview
earth, water, fire, wind & void
@ Melbourne Studio of Ballet,
Sunday 2 July, 2017 12.30 - 1.30pm
Following the Melbourne Studio of Ballet Mid-Year Showcase, the choreographers and dancers of DanceBourne Arts will present a preview of it's 3rd annual programme - GODAI, Earth, Water, Fire, Wind & Void.
The completed Godai programme will be premiered at Clocktower Centre on Sunday 13 August 7.30pm.