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The New Zealand Dance Company
196 days ago

Matariki for Tamariki – Ngā Tamariki o Ngā Mata Ariki

The Team from The New Zealand Dance Company

Proudly a part of Auckland’s Matariki Festival, The New Zealand Dance Company presents its premiere season of Matariki for Tamariki by Sean MacDonald at the Bruce Mason Centre 12-13 July & Māngere Arts Centre from 19-20 July.

Journeying through the story of the nine whetū (stars) of the… View more
Proudly a part of Auckland’s Matariki Festival, The New Zealand Dance Company presents its premiere season of Matariki for Tamariki by Sean MacDonald at the Bruce Mason Centre 12-13 July & Māngere Arts Centre from 19-20 July.

Journeying through the story of the nine whetū (stars) of the Matariki cluster, Matariki for Tamariki is a celestial celebration for the whole whānau. Through majestic choreography, spectacular music, and evocative design, the curious adventurers onstage plant the seeds of new beginnings for hope of the future ahead.

Join the Company for a magical performance that will leave kids & “kidaults” alike filled with joy & gratitude for the whenua (land) we call home.
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199 days ago

Matariki for Tamariki – Ngā Tamariki o Ngā Mata Ariki

The Team from The New Zealand Dance Company

Proudly a part of Auckland’s Matariki Festival, The New Zealand Dance Company presents its premiere season of Matariki for Tamariki by Sean MacDonald at the Bruce Mason Centre 12-13 July & Māngere Arts Centre from 19-20 July.

Journeying through the story of the nine whetū (stars) of the… View more
Proudly a part of Auckland’s Matariki Festival, The New Zealand Dance Company presents its premiere season of Matariki for Tamariki by Sean MacDonald at the Bruce Mason Centre 12-13 July & Māngere Arts Centre from 19-20 July.

Journeying through the story of the nine whetū (stars) of the Matariki cluster, Matariki for Tamariki is a celestial celebration for the whole whānau. Through majestic choreography, spectacular music, and evocative design, the curious adventurers onstage plant the seeds of new beginnings for hope of the future ahead.

Join the Company for a magical performance that will leave kids & “kidaults” alike filled with joy & gratitude for the whenua (land) we call home.
Learn more

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200 days ago

Matariki for Tamariki – Ngā Tamariki o Ngā Mata Ariki

The Team from The New Zealand Dance Company

Proudly a part of Auckland’s Matariki Festival, The New Zealand Dance Company presents its premiere season of Matariki for Tamariki by Sean MacDonald at the Bruce Mason Centre 12-13 July & Māngere Arts Centre from 19-20 July.

Journeying through the story of the nine whetū (stars) of the… View more
Proudly a part of Auckland’s Matariki Festival, The New Zealand Dance Company presents its premiere season of Matariki for Tamariki by Sean MacDonald at the Bruce Mason Centre 12-13 July & Māngere Arts Centre from 19-20 July.

Journeying through the story of the nine whetū (stars) of the Matariki cluster, Matariki for Tamariki is a celestial celebration for the whole whānau. Through majestic choreography, spectacular music, and evocative design, the curious adventurers onstage plant the seeds of new beginnings for hope of the future ahead.

Join the Company for a magical performance that will leave kids & “kidaults” alike filled with joy & gratitude for the whenua (land) we call home.
Learn more

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263 days ago

'Kiss The Sky' in New Plymouth

The New Zealand Dance Company

The New Zealand Dance Company is excited to bring its 2019 Kiss The Sky programme to the home of our accomplished dancer, Katie Rudd, in New Plymouth on Saturday, 4th May at TSB Showplace. Combining the high-octane physicality of Korean choreographer KIM Jae Duk’s ‘Sigan’; and the powerhouse … View moreThe New Zealand Dance Company is excited to bring its 2019 Kiss The Sky programme to the home of our accomplished dancer, Katie Rudd, in New Plymouth on Saturday, 4th May at TSB Showplace. Combining the high-octane physicality of Korean choreographer KIM Jae Duk’s ‘Sigan’; and the powerhouse choreography of renowned Stephanie Lake in ‘If Never Was Now’; with the vibrant aesthetic of New Zealand’s Victoria Colombus in her new world premiere work ‘The Fibonacci’, Kiss The Sky is “…exciting, exhausting, exhilarating – and world class” (Otago Daily Times).

Book your tickets now, and join us at an Asian-Pacific constellation of original dance, music and design.
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266 days ago

'Kiss The Sky' in New Plymouth

The New Zealand Dance Company

The New Zealand Dance Company is excited to bring its 2019 Kiss The Sky programme to the home of our accomplished dancer, Katie Rudd, in New Plymouth on Saturday, 4th May at TSB Showplace. Combining the high-octane physicality of Korean choreographer KIM Jae Duk’s ‘Sigan’; and the powerhouse … View moreThe New Zealand Dance Company is excited to bring its 2019 Kiss The Sky programme to the home of our accomplished dancer, Katie Rudd, in New Plymouth on Saturday, 4th May at TSB Showplace. Combining the high-octane physicality of Korean choreographer KIM Jae Duk’s ‘Sigan’; and the powerhouse choreography of renowned Stephanie Lake in ‘If Never Was Now’; with the vibrant aesthetic of New Zealand’s Victoria Colombus in her new world premiere work ‘The Fibonacci’, Kiss The Sky is “…exciting, exhausting, exhilarating – and world class” (Otago Daily Times).

Book your tickets now, and join us at an Asian-Pacific constellation of original dance, music and design.
Find out more

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