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Meet Tsai Hsi Hung

Choreographer

In 2009, Tsai Hsi Hung traveled to Australia as an exchange student for the Dance at Queensland Technology University Dance Department.  She graduated from Taipei National University of the Arts in 2011.

In June 2018, the MET Dance Company performed Hung’s work IO for 12 dancers at the Miller Outdoor Theater in Houston, Texas. In 2019, Hung’s piece DOUBLEND was performed at the NU VU Festival at the LaGuardia Performing Arts Center, Martha Graham Studio Theater and NYU Skirball Center. Her work, Brushstroke- X2, was performed at the 2020 APAP Peridance Showcase in New York.

In 2020, Hung received a Choreography Fellowship from the New Jersey Council on the Arts. Shortly after, her work was selected by the Joffrey Academy of Dance for their Spring 2020 Winning Works performance in Chicago. Hung was invited to Taipei National Dance Theater to perform new work in July 2020. She was featured in BalletX’s 2020-2021 season. In 2021, Hung won Western Michigan University’s National Choreography Competition. In 2022, Hung premiered work as BalletX’s Choreographic Fellow, as well as at Battery Dance Company of New York (a premiere inspired by the paintings of Hans Hofmann). She also completed a residency at Kennesaw State University, Georgia to create new work for the students of their dance department, and premiered a new work in the Spring of 2022 with the Ballet Hispánico Professional Studies dance students.

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