Tees Dance Film Fest at Billingham Festival: Post from Perform@tees


Holly’s Tees Dance Film Fest has been invited to present a fantastic programme of dance videos at the International Billlingham Folklore Festival. You can see the videos everyday downtown Billingham from 10-16.00!

To keep up to date with future events follow Tees Dance Film Fest on Facebook http://ift.tt/1Bn64VS  or Twitter @teesdancefilm


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Dance students performing at Billingham International Folklore Festival: Post from Perform@tees

TRio2Two pieces of this year’s Final Dance Projects have been invited by Olga Maloney, Artistic Director of the Billingham International Folklore Festival, to perform at the evening of World Dance in the Town Hall in Middleborough on 11th August. Tickets are available here and the evening starts at 7.30.

The festival has its 50th anniversary and is a great event where dancers from all over the world come to Bilingham to present their performances, give workshops and meet dancers coming from South Korea to Mexico.  We are thrilled to be part of this fantastic event.

The images show Rachel Ashford and Robyn Leonard in their piece’ Trio’.

Photo credit: Ikuko Tsuchiya

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Multimedia performance by Malaysian student Huey Teng: Post from Perform@tees


Huey Teng third year BA Dance student performed a stunning multimedia performance as part of her final project. She collaborated with a student from Computer Animation who developed her dance as an animated visual dance which was projected on the stage. A beautiful and original set design!

The performance was so successful that Huey has also been invited to perform her piece at this year’s Billingham International Folklore Festival.

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Phoenix Dance Theatre giving workshops to Dance Students: Post from Perform@tees

PhoenixStudents of the BA Dance had a great time working with Phoenix Dance Theatre! Students had the chance to experience one of their dancers Amanda Lewis in action and learned repertoire of this excting dance company. They enjoyed the truely interesting and challenging choreography by the Eurpopean choreographers,  Ivgi & Greben.

You can see some samples of this work on the youtuube channel of Phoenix Dance Theatre




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