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Sin-Man Yue

Choreographer and performer

Sin-Man Yue trained in contemporary, ballet and Chinese folk dance in her native Hong Kong and London Contemporary Dance School. Since graduating, she has worked with Bi Ma Dance Co., Janet Smith and Dancers, Claire Russ Ensemble and Victoria Marks etc… and performed nationally and internationally.

Sin Man also works intensively in cultural performances and workshops throughout the UK and collaborates regularly with different arts organisations on their education programmes, e.g. Pan Centre for Multicultural Arts, Museums, Cultural Co-operation and Chinese Cultural Centre.

Sinman Dance Company was formed in 2002. The aim of the company is to continually promote and develop Chinese dance in UK through public performances and activity workshops. They also attempt to meet the new creative challenges of the East and West cultures. The company funders include Arts Council and Awards For All.

In 2004, Sinman Dance Company was selected to receive administrative assistance provided by The Place Artist Development’s Support Scheme. She also received training as project manager from TAPS in Basingstoke.

Her choreographic commissions for her own company have included Resolution! at the Place, ROH2 new;currents at the Royal Opera House, Re:Mission at Stratford Circus; Dance City etc... Her well received works include The Third Sex, Talking Feather, The Step and Fire of Hope.

Sin-Man teaches widely, and is an experienced residency leader and choreographer, working in traditional Chinese folk dance, as well as Contemporary dance. Most recently, she worked for Olympic Torch Relay; BBC’s Silk Screen at Birmingham; French company Les Passagers at O2 arena and producing international cultural exchange programmes between China and the UK.

Sin-Man offers dance performances, workshops, residency and cultural programmes. She lives and works mainly in the south of the UK, but also covers other regions if needed.


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