The final performance of K-music 2016 blends contemporary dance with traditional song and rock music.
Modern Table present Darkness Poomba
Monday 24 & Tuesday 25 October | 8.00pm
The Place | 17 Duke’s Road | London WC1H 9PY
£16 (plus concessions) + Booking fee | Book here
Choreographer Kim Jae-Duk and his group of dancer/musicians take hold of Korean traditional dance and hotwire it with thrilling live music inspired by ancient Korean song (“Poomba”) – a sense of reshaping the past to explore the future defines Modern Table’s powerful performance style.
Tanz Connexions wrote ‘In a truly interdisciplinary work, the audience are taken on a strange and unexpected voyage through contemporary dance, traditional song and rock music. Executed seamlessly, Darkness Poomba is a work that constantly transforms our environment, each new world a critique of the one that has come before.’ Acclaimed across mainland Europe, these are their first British performances – they’ve been invited to London by The Place, London’s premier intimate dance space.
This is the closing performance of the K-Music 2016 festival. It runs for 60 minutes with no interval.
(automatically generated) Read LKL’s review of this event here.