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A Few Shared Moments with Kun-Yang Lin & Dancers

A Few Shared Moments with Kun-Yang Lin & Dancers

photo credit: Frank Bicking by Steven Weisz for The Dance Journal Kun-Yang Lin’s home season at the Prince on Saturday, April 16th marked a new revitalized spirit for both the company and its choreographer.  While the program highlighted three premieres, […]

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Review – Moments by Kun-Yang Lin and Dancers

Review – Moments by Kun-Yang Lin and Dancers

photo credit: Frank Bicking By Chelsea Hamilton for The Dance Journal Artistic Director Kun-Yang Lin and Executive Director Rev. Ken Metzner stood in the lobby of the beautifully historical Prince Theater and personally greeted each and every guest attending their company’s newest […]

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Moment(s) to Reflect with KYL/D at the Prince Theater

Moment(s) to Reflect with KYL/D at the Prince Theater

by Jessica Warchal-King for The Dance Journal When did you last STOP? When did you last take a moment to REFLECT? In the dance world, and in the life-world, we are constantly going and when one project ends we’re onto […]

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Kun-Yang Lin/Dancers unveils three world premieres born of a collaboration with composer Daniel Rhode

Kun-Yang Lin/Dancers unveils three world premieres born of a collaboration with composer Daniel Rhode

photo by Frank Bicking The critically-lauded and internationally active Kun-Yang Lin/Dancers (KYLD) announces four Philadelphia performances of virtuosic dancing that stirs the soul. KYLD unveils three world premieres born of a collaboration with composer Daniel Rhode, commissioned by the New […]

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Kun -Yang Ling/ Dancers:  Stories, Blessings, Home!

Kun -Yang Ling/ Dancers: Stories, Blessings, Home!

photo credit Frank Bicking by Gregory King, Visiting Assistant Professor of Dance at Swarthmore College for the Dance Journal At the world premiere of Kun-Yang Lin’s Home/S. 9th St., executive director Dr. Ken Metzner offered joss paper to patrons gathered […]

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Kun-Yang Lin’s messages from HOME

Kun-Yang Lin’s messages from HOME

photo by Bill Hebert by Lew Whittington for The Dance Journal Over the past year, KYL/Dancers performed excerpts from choreographer Kun-Yang Lin’s HOME/S. 9th St. at their studios and at the Come Together Festival. The troupe unveiled the complete two-act […]

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Kun-Yang Lin and Dancers presents the world premiere of Home S. 9th St.,  November 19-21

Kun-Yang Lin and Dancers presents the world premiere of Home S. 9th St., November 19-21

Kun-Yang Lin/Dancers presents the world premiere of “Home/S. 9th St.,” a personal yet universal exploration of the immigrant journey, the discomfort of crossing borders and finding a new identity in America. The performance will be presented by FringeArts on November […]

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HOME: A Process Deconstructed

HOME: A Process Deconstructed

photo credit: Bicking Photography by Gregory King, Visiting Professor of Dance, Swarthmore College for the Dance Journal My introduction to the Home /S.9th street project was at Temple University’s faculty concert and the excerpt left me longing to experience more. […]

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Kun-Yang Lin Building Artists at HOME!

Kun-Yang Lin Building Artists at HOME!

by Gregory King, Visiting Professor of Dance, Swarthmore College for the Dance Journal Building HOME could have been just another choreographer’s showcase turned out to be a supporting laboratory where Kun-Yang Lin encouraged the dancers of his company to display […]

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Temple Faculty Concert; Branches, Boxing Rings and Boldly Political

Temple Faculty Concert; Branches, Boxing Rings and Boldly Political

by Gregory King, Visiting Assistant Professor of Dance, Swarthmore College for The Dance Journal photo by Bill Hebert Setting the tone for the Temple University faculty concert on Friday January 30th, 2015, was Merian Soto’s The Practice of Peace: Group […]

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