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Sunday, May 26 • 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Passages and Peninsulas of Southeast Asia: Sponsored by the University of Washington Southeast Asia Center and School of Music

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Huong Viet Performing Arts Group featuring Melody Institute 7:03 PM- 7:30 PM

Siam Smile Dance 7:45 PM- 8:05 PM

Cambodian Classical And Folk Dance NW 8:10 PM- 8:30 PM

Astrid Vinje 8:35 PM- 8:45 PM

Christina Sunardi 8:50 PM- 9:00 PM

Apsara Ensemble led by Chan Moly Sam 9:10 PM- 9:45 PM

 

 

 





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Apsara Ensemble, Led by Master Dancer Chan Moly Sam

Cambodian Music & Court Dance Bio: The Apsara Ensemble was founded in 1987 by Chan Moly Sam and her husband Sam-Ang Sam. The ensemble works closely with other principal Cambodian master musicians and dancers now residing in the U.S. Website: http://jsis.washington.edu/seac/ Performers: Chan Moly Sam, Director, Choreographer and Lead Dancer (Sita) Sophan Nol, Assistant Director and Roneat Aek (leading xylophone) Rath Lay, Technical Director, Skor Thomm Tror (barrel drum), singer Noeung Poeung, Sampho (small double-headed barrel drum), Sralai T (quadruple... Read More →
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Astrid Vinje

Traditional Indonesian Dance Bio: Astrid Vinje began studying traditional Indonesian dance in 2002, and has studied under dance teachers in the US, Canada, and Indonesia. She has performed in four previous Folklife Festivals. Get Recordings: Not Available
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Cambodian Classical And Folk Dance NW

Classical Dance of Cambodia Bio: CCFDNW captures audiences hearts with their wide range of dances and dancers. From youthful elementary children to highly trained and expressive court dancers, their range is mesmerizing.
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Christina Sunardi

Southeast Asia Dance Bio: Christina Sunardi is a member of the School of Music faculty at the University of Washington.
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Huong Viet Performing Arts Group

With Dr. Hai Hong Bio: Huong Viet Performing Arts Group is a 501c3 non-profit organization founded in 2001 by Dr. Huang. We specialize in Vietnamese traditional music and arts. Website: http://vietmelody.org Get Recordings: Visit http://vietmelody.org... Read More →
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Melody Institute

Chinese Dance Bio: Melody Institute has been active in the state for years. This is a unique group with most of the performers adopted from China. We do traditional, folk, modern & ethnic Chinese dances. Website: http://www.melodyinstitute.org Get Recordings: yes, I will give to the MC before the performance... Read More →
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Siam Smile Dance

Siam Smile Dance Bio: Siam Smile performs Thai Classical, Traditional, and Folk dance, to represent Thailand and South-East Asia. Performers are from the local Seattle area maintaining Thailand dance tradition.


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