LEAP marks the culmination of the scholars’ one-year training in PULSE, a youth contemporary dance training and development initiative by Frontier Danceland.
In its 12th edition, LEAP 2022 spotlights a mixed bill of unique creations choreographed by homegrown dance artists Zhuo Zihao, Chiew Peishan, Sammantha Yue, Ma YueRu and Li Ruimin, and performed by Frontier Danceland PULSE Programme scholars.
Join us to experience a dynamic performance by the passionate young dancers as they journey to develop their artistry!
17 March 2022 (Thursday) | 8pm
18 March 2022 (Friday) | 8pm
19 March 2022 (Saturday) | 3pm & 8pm
Goodman Arts Centre, Black Box
90 Goodman Road, Block M #01-53, Singapore 439053
Vaccination-Differentiated Safe Management Measures are implemented at the venue, where audiences must be fully vaccinated, have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 180 days, or are medically ineligible for vaccination.
20% discount for Friends of Frontier Danceland
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10% Group discount for purchase of minimum 6 tickets
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All secondary schools, JCs, CIs & ITEs may use the Tote Board Arts Grant to subsidise up to 50% of the programme cost.
Kindly note that:
Since its inception in 2010, the M1-Frontier Danceland PULSE Programme has sought to identify and develop talent among dance enthusiasts in secondary school and tertiary institutions in Singapore. After undergoing a year of weekly training by Frontier Danceland’s company artists, the programme scholars then gain the opportunity to perform in LEAP, a culmination of the programme.
The three sold-out shows of LEAP 2017 saw a wide variety of pieces choreographed by company artists Adrian Skjoldborg, Joy Wang, Adelene Stanley, Daniel Navarro Lorenzo, Sammantha Yue and Faye Tan, which challenged the dancers both physically and mentally, providing an encouraging environment to apply the multitude of skills that they have been taught in the training programme. Some of the alumni members of the PULSE Programme also graced the stage in a piece choreographed by Artistic Director Low Mei Yoke.
Reviews from previous editions of LEAP