Encore! Soo Ryu Dance Festival!
"Rise with Unity"
From January 1st to 2nd, 2021.
Visit the Korean Dance Studies Society of Canada website at https://koreandance.net between 2 p.m. and 6 p.m.
The Korean Dance Studies Society of Canada presented various activities as missionaries of Korean traditional culture in a Canadian cultural complex. The 11th Soo Ryu Dance Festival was held online this November due to COVID-19.
The Korean Dance Studies Society of Canada will cheer up those who have exhausted people under the theme of "Rise with Unity".
It will be an online gift for the new year 2021 for everyone.
Artist Sashar Zarif, who is known to combine multicultural convergence and identity into ceremonial dance, and Mi-Young Kim Dance Company's core dance troupe's Janggu Dance, Salpuri, and Magic Lily.
The Gayageum performance, "Legend of Jeol Young," is played by Noh Hyun-young, while Ji-Eun Yang and Min-Seo Kim dance troupe members dance to the creative dance "From Baekdu to Halla," which contains the desire for unification of Korea.
Constance Chang, a Taiwanese-Canadian, shows a crew workshop and performance. By learning and performing Seung-Mu, known as the delicacy of Korean dance, from Mi-Young Kim, the Korean Dance Studies Society of Canada has prepared a time to engrave the meaning of how Korean tradition spread in the Canadian diverse culture society.
The Light Sound Friends, invited from Korea, will convey a hot impression with the stories of wheelchair dancers.
Also, "Dance Wind at School," a video produced in Korea, shows the vivid experiment of Jung-Sup Kim, a physical educator at Galmoe Middle School in Korea, blowing dance curriculum into middle school students in the Korean public education system.