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2021 Pacific Dance NZ Choreographic Lab - Virtual Release

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Part of Virtual Events


All Ages

Our Choreographic Lab this year will engage in a blend of virtual and socially distanced sessions for our artists from Wellington, Masterton and Auckland. 

On Wednesday 8th December at  8pm we will share curated content from our cohort across our online platforms. We invite you all to join this virtual presentation and embrace the progress of our growing Pacific talent and their own interpretations of social, cultural and family issues through contemporary, street, hip-hop and heritage dance forms.

Choreographic Lab 2021

Tupe Lualua
Founder, Le Moana
Measina Festival 2021
Contemporary Pacific Artist Award - Creative New Zealand Pasifika Artist Awards 2021

Choreographic Lab 2021
Desiree Soo-Choon
Samoa, Aotearoa
Mentor: Charlene Tedrow

A young mother, dancer and baker from South Auckland with Samoan ethnicity, Desiree is a talented artist who is currently a member of the Saintz Dance Academy Megacrew and her piece ‘ATA’ was part of the Pacific Dance Festival in June this year.   Having grown up with Hollywood movies like ‘You got served’ and ‘Honey’ Desiree has a penchant for dance competitions and street dance .

Choreographic Lab 2021
Anton Pulefale
Niue, Tonga, Masterton
Mentor: Ooshcon ‘Decipherer of Circles’

New Zealand born Niuean-Tongan Anton Pulefale from Masterton is a graduate of dance from the University of Auckland, freelance choreographer and an emerging artist who creates works that are powered by personal experiences and ideas.

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