Esplanade Presents | da:ns festival

Dance

What’s Your Move?

Various artists
14 – 16 Oct 2016 Fri – Sun
21 – 23 Oct 2016 Fri – Sun
Various Timings
1hr (no intermission)
Powerhouse (Waterfront Carpark)

Put on your dancing shoes because everyone’s invited to the What’s Your Move dance sessions! Bask in the moonlight as you pick up some nifty moves from professional instructors on stage, and catch dance studios present their own takes on classic styles.

If you love street dance, don’t miss the sizzling debut of Sixteen Dance Challenge, a massive dance showcase on 15 Oct, where aspiring dancers team up with acclaimed international choreographers to perform heart-pounding routines!

14 Oct, Fri, 7.45pm Jive
by The DanceSport Academy
14 Oct, Fri, 9.30pm Disco
by The DanceSport Academy
15 Oct, Sat, 7.45pm K-pop
by Celine Jessandra School of Performing Arts (CJSOPA)
15 Oct, Sat, 9.30pm Hiphop
by Danz People
15 Oct, Sat, 10.45pm SixTeen Dance Challenge
16 Oct, Sun, 7pm Brazilian Samba
by ACTFA School of Dance & Performing Arts
16 Oct, Sun, 8.45pm Afro Cuban Rumba
by ACTFA School of Dance & Performing Arts
21 Oct, Fri, 7.45pm Flamenco
by Rose Borromeo Spanish Dance Company (RBSDC)
21 Oct, Fri, 9.30pm Classical Spanish Dance
by Rose Borromeo Spanish Dance Company (RBSDC)
22 Oct, Sat, 7.45pm Salsa
by ACTFA School of Dance & Performing Arts
22 Oct, Sat, 9.30pm Zouk
by ACTFA School of Dance & Performing Arts
23 Oct, Sun, 7pm Lindy Hop
by Jazz Inc
23 Oct, Sun, 8.45pm Street Dance
by Jazz Inc

About da:ns festival

To all dance lovers and those curious, Esplanade’s da:ns festival invites you to fall in love with dance through a full-hearted celebration of movement this October. With powerful performances from around the world, exciting new creations and a wide range of opportunities to learn different kinds of dance, this 11-day festival will open your mind, lift your spirit and get your body moving.

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General Advisory

For information about late seating, house rules, photography and more, please refer to our general advisory.