Ah?!: A collection of new and well-loved dance pieces
MANILA, Philippines- “Ah,” is an expression widely used in the Filipino language. Depending on the tone, volume, or accentuation it can mean a variety of things and is even used as a substitute for a whole sentence.
“Ah” can signify enlightenment, that lightbulb moment during a conversation when you and the person you are conversing with come to an understanding. In contrast, “Ah” can also express pain, fear, or surprise. It can also express dismay, disappointment and even anger.
It is the perfect word to express the vast array of emotions represented in the different dance pieces by The La Salle Dance Company-Contemporary – the university’s premier dance company for contemporary and jazz dance.
In celebration of the dance company’s 34th anniversary, The La Salle Dance Company-Contemporary and the DLSU Culture and Arts Office present, AH!?: A collection of our new and well-loved dance pieces. The show starts at 7:30pmon Saturday, September 27 at the Teresa Yuchengo Auditorium in De La Salle University.
Audiences will be treated to a variety of dance suites that showcase the company’s best pieces along with the premiere of new ones led by the choreography and direction of Peter Alcedo Jr.
The show features a mix of classic Filipino songs from Gary Granada, Martin Nivera, and Gary Valenciano as well as modern hits from Coldplay, John Legend, Pentatonix and more.
Tickets are priced at P250 each and can be purchased through contacting Maxine Estrella at 0917 550 6005 or any LSDC-Contemporary member or alumni. A limited number of tickets will also be sold at the gate on the day of the show.
Buy a ticket now and get ready for a night of emotional revelry. Be touched and feel the roller coaster of emotions that make us human, celebrated and expressed through the art of dance. - Rappler.com