Event: FJK Dance Fusion of Culture and Dance

Event: FJK Dance Fusion of Culture and Dance

FJK Dance is proud to present “A Fusion of Culture and Dance.”


Sponsored by the Consulate General of Lebanon in New York City, Pasos Peace Museum and the Arabic Studies Center at Hunter College, this program is an opportunity to communicate peace, diversity, tolerance, and harmony, to educate and share the endless possibilities in finding connections within our differences. At Hunter College, through a combination of a dance workshop, lecture demonstration and a performance, we aim to celebrate the Middle Eastern heritage and raise awareness to the positive and artistic influence of this culture.

Join us this February 26, 2016 for the one night only, special performance at the Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College, New York City, 695 Park Avenue (entrance on 68th Street between Park and Lexington), at 7:30 PM. presenting choreography by Fadi J Khoury.




Reflection of light through darkness, and the dynamics of separation and bond. Through man’s resilience and belief in trust and hope Home manifests an intimate dream. Based on a selection of Chopin piano compositions with additional music and sound design by Peter Michael von der Nahmer, resident composer and collaborator.

Dum Tak

A journey of body movement through the middle eastern percussion and body movement on a combination of Tabla (Middle Eastern Drum) playing Latin Salsa by Matias Hazroum, From the Arabic Percussion album of Mario Kirlis as well as an original composition of Rumba played with the Arabic Riq by Johnny Farraj as well as a solo tabla by Houssam Ramzi. Projecting arabesques designs of Fadi Khoury inspired by from the decorative Arabic and Islamic art. Three couples perform in point shoes, Latin heels, and bare feet together in a fusion of ballet movement and Latin partnering.



For more information about special ‘Group Tickets‘ discounts please contact: jenna@fjkdance.com

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