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B.Dance "Floating Flowers(浮花)" - Taiwan presents
Wednesday, January 18
Wednesday, January 18, 2023 - Tuesday, January 31, 2023
This is an online event at Performing Arts from Taiwan Go to event website
Performing Arts from Taiwan
Artist Fees
Online Showcase
Artist / Group Name
Expo Hall Space #
Booth 112
Special Instructions

B.DANCE was founded in 2014 by choreographer and artistic director Tsai Po-Cheng, who was named one of the world's most promising choreographers by German magazine "tanz" in both 2017 and 2018. The company's style combines martial arts, other Asian movement traditions and street dance with a contemporary kinetic vocabulary, and has showcased its work to captive audiences worldwide. 

Floating Flowers is inspired by a traditional Taiwanese religious celebration that takes place at the Ghost Festival, one of the most beautiful and popular Buddhist ceremonies in the country. Floating lanterns placed on warter are meant to worship deities, to send away bad luck and to bring happiness.

Appearing to waft gracefully above water, the dancers are wrapped in vaporous muslins which represent floating lanterns. The choreography is refreshingly positive and optimistic. By combining traditional Asian movements and martial arts with contemporary dance, B.DANCE offers a theatrical, physical, and emotional performance, not without a touch humor!

Production Info:

  • Touring Personnel: 16 (Artistic Director, Producer, , Rehearsal Director, Operation Director, Technical Director, Stage Manager, Photographer, Videographer, Dancer x8)
  • Program Duration: 60 minutes
  • Tech Spec: Please refer to tech rider for details.
  • Set up/Move out: 1 day
  • Available Dates: March - October 2024; March - October 2025

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About Taipei Cultural Center in New York


The Taipei Cultural Center in New York (TCC), which was established as the first overseas office of Taiwan's Ministry of Culture in 1991, builds connections through arts and culture in New York and throughout North America. Each year, we reach out to art museums, theaters, performing arts centers, film cinemas, festivals, curators, and presenters in the US and Canada. We support international cultural exchanges, collaborations, and artistic events in order to introduce Taiwan's arts and culture to a broader audience.

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