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Pichet Klunchun

United States

Grants Awarded

2014 | Dance | United States

to travel to New York to participate in an award ceremony for you and your fellow recipients of the John D. Rockefeller 3rd Award, to participate in the ACC's 50th Anniversary Gala dinner on November 18th, and to observe contemporary arts activities in New York City

2010 | Dance | United States

For participation in a project undertaken by Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival

2000 | Dance | United States

to study dance and choreography, pursue dance research, and undertake creative work in the United States


Dancing with Death

February 7, 2016 - February 8, 2016

A new physical vocabulary is created in Dancing with Death that marries this open, improvisational, organic and intuitive nature of folk expression with Klunchun’s contemporary choreographic system based on classical Thai dance. It is choreography of continuous creativity and an image of “life after death” as a never-ending cycle.

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A Touch of Contemporary Thai-Dance

November 22, 2016

The performance is conceived and organized by the internationally-acclaimed dance artist Pichet Klunchun. Pichet has won many awards and has performed in dance festivals around the world. The evening’s program will include his solo piece “ ”, followed by Tam Kai (Hunting the Chicken), an structured-improvisation directed by Pichet. There will only be one concert with limited seating for “ ” and Tam Kai. Make sure you don’t miss it!

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Asia-Pacific Triennial of Performing Arts (AsiaTOPA)

February 13, 2017 - March 6, 2017

Asia TOPA: Asia-Pacific Triennial of Performing Arts is an artistic celebration of Australia's relationship with contemporary Asia. Vital, fresh and always unpredictable, Asia TOPA offers a city-wide window onto the creative imaginations fuelling the many cultures of the region.

The Asia Triennial of Performing Arts features numerous dance works from all over the region. China’s avant-garde Tao Dance Theatre performs two pieces from Tao Ye’s Straight Line Trilogy; in Eko Supriyanto’s Balabala, women combine dance with martial arts while his Cry Jailolo is a paean to endangered nature; Javanese music duo Senyawa together with Dance­north and Lucy Guerin Inc present Attractor, a “trance-noise odyssey”; and in Dancing with Death, Thai choreographer Pichet Klunchun creates a space between life and afterlife inspired by the Phi Ta Khon ghost festival; and and the world premier of Wang Chong's "Little Emperors." Jen Shyu will have a solo recital on February 18.

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