2016 Press

 
 

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"Kun-Yang Ling/Dancers is one company on the dance map in The City of Brotherly Love that continues to push artistic boundaries." - Gregory King for the Dance Enthusiast, 2016

 

"Performing gestures at a relaxed pace, the two live bodies and the two shadows produced quartet. Visually striking, the image spoke to how one can be transported by Lin’s choreography." - Gregory King for the Dance Enthusiast, 2016

 

“Autumn Skin featured a variety of partner and group work that never left the audience bored.” - Chelsey Hamilton for Dance Journal, 2016

 

“Kun-Yang Lin/Dancers put on yet another incredible show, to no surprise.” - Chelsey Hamilton for Dance Journal, 2016

 

“Kun-Yang Lin’s home season at the Prince on Saturday, April 16th marked a new revitalized spirit for both the company and its choreographer.  While the program highlighted three premieres, the company members and Mr. Lin enthusiastically signaled not only a sense of renewal, but also an excitement of moving forward in to new territory in their exploration of movement.” - Steven Weisz for Dance Journal, 2016

 

“With the premiere of Moment/s, we are literally taken on a whirlwind of fleeting moments in our everyday existence, challenging our very notions of time, space, relationships, tension, stillness and discovery.” - Steven Weisz for Dance Journal, 2016

 

“As with most choreographers, no work is ever truly finished, but this re-make of what was already a very powerful piece was simply superb.” - Steven Weisz on Autumn Skin for the Dance Journal, 2016

 

“Every action has a reaction; and we all share an interconnectedness that transcends our own physicality. In each of our actions, we affect our environment and those who surround us both seen and unseen. With Autumn Skin, Mr. Lin literally peels back the layers, allowing us to examine our own existence and its affect on others, and from the chaos find new meaning, perhaps just as he has done with his own company.” - Steven Weisz for Dance Journal, 2016

 

“Powerful movements with underlying tension and moments of strong quietness examined boundaries of our very existence.” - Steven Weisz for Dance Journal, 2016