Jingxing Dance Theatre Dance Week

Shanghai Jin Xing Dance Theater was established in 1999 as the first private modern dance group in China. Together with the famous dancer Jin Xing, the artistic director of the theater, and a true pioneer of Chinese modern dance, Jin Xing Dance Theatre has traveled extensively to perform in art and dance festivals around the world. From Janurary 8 to 17, the dance group fills the stage of Shanghai International Dance Center with a series of 4 performances titled Four G to Five G, a response to the fast-changing social environment and its effect on individuality.
2021-01-08 2021-01-17

Jingxing Dance Theatre Dance Week


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Me | Jin Xing Dance Theatre Jan 8-9

Performed and choreographed by Shanghai Jin Xing Dance Theatre, one of the most prestigious modem dance groups in China, “Me” is a contemporary dance performance about oneself and relationships. As a human being, we constantly negotiate our sense of identity as we make encounters with each other, which often leads to questioning: ”Who is this Me?“. This dance piece is aimed at depicting this never-ending, fluid process of self-construction.

Sit With Five | Jin Xing Dance Theatre Jan 12-13

This contemporary dance performance is a combined showcase of seven different solo or group choreographies by five artists from Shanghai Jin Xing Dance Theatre. Using music, movement combinations and vocabularies, these artists present their personal understanding for the space around them, for clash between ideologies and emotions, while exploring the inspiring details that life has given. This series of works are first shaped during COVID , and rehearsed during heavy social distancing restrictions.

Wide Shot | Jin Xing Dance Theatre Jan 14-15

Wide Shot is a collection of 5 contemporary dance pieces, inspired by French composer Erik Satie’s Gymnopedie No.1, the fluidity of water, and the commonality of pain, joy, or sorrow. The collection is an exploration on the morphology of the human body and its potential for artistic expression.

In Progress | Jin Xing Dance Theatre Jan 16-17

Performed and choreographed by Shanghai Jin Xing Dance Theatre, one of the most prestigious modem dance groups in China, In Progress is a combination of three contemporary dance pieces: To Bach (致巴赫), Have Fun, and A Foggy Road (迷雾之路). To Bach takes inspirations from the J.S. Bach’s composition, Goldenberg Variations. The dancers use the body to mimic the quality of the melody, creating movements that are similar in texture. A Foggy Road depicts the emotional responses when individuals feel left alone in the world without direction. Have Fun originates from a series of absurd self-interrogation about emotion and control.

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