9 Moments

© E. Cheung (photo: Hugh & Richard Lu) / © I. Bhowmick, 2006

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© E. Cheung (photo: Hugh & Richard Lu) / © I. Bhowmick, 2006

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9 Moments

Network event
May 12, 2007, 2 pm

Ina’s South Asian Bollywood pop dance meets Emily’s Chinese classical dance that has roots from the silkroad. These two emergent choreographers from distant yet similar interests will join their bodies and spirits in movement
online and in cyberspace. This performance will turn your head around. A wild and twisted delight not to be missed!

Haunted by “communication” even in the most basic of meanings, Janet Lumb loves to connect in virtual reality and in real time with those from afar and near. Reaching out beyond the limits, she celebrates the moment of chance and happenstance in the interplay between the most unlikely sorts.

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Ina Bhowmick

Ina Bhowmick has been experimenting with various Indian dance styles since she was three years old. Her work is widely known in Montreal as she has performed and/or choreographed in venues such as Place des Arts and le Cabaret du Casino. She is always looking for ways to add extra spice to the already mystical dance form.

Emily Cheung

Emily Cheung is an educator, performer and choreographer. She received a B.F.A., B.Ed. and M.A. (2007) from York University. Emily performed in several major shows including Land of Cards, Iron Road, Fringe Festival, Dance Ontario, CanAsian and Dusk Dances. Most recently, she organized “Spring Lantern II” to two sold out shows in Toronto debuting three new choreographies including a first Indo-Sino collaboration with Hari Krishnan.

Janet Lumb

Having traveled across Canada thirty times by car, thumb, motorcycle, bus, train, or plane, Janet Lumb delights in the discovery of creation and expression within the boundaries and challenges of Canada’s geography. Her fascination is e-connecting artists, communities and people in a real way.