Archive for August, 2010

Cambodian Space Project landing back in Cambodia

Tuesday, August 31st, 2010
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Following on from a inspirational summer tour of France
THE CAMBODIAN SPACE PROJECT is back in Phnom Penh
Don’t miss the CSP’s first show confirmed for
*Snow’s Bar – Friday Sept 10 – starts at sunset – ends late*
be early as space limited

Lakhaon Festival

Wednesday, August 25th, 2010

Good afternoon,

The festival Lakhaon is preparing its 4th edition, with some new events!
Please click here to download the file of presentation that would, I hope, answer all your questions.

If not, I’ll be happy to give you more information!

Best regards,

Magali

Piano Benefit Concert

Monday, August 23rd, 2010

From: Suon Bun Rith

Pls support our young musicians for a good cause!;))

See you, rith

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*SUON Bun Rith
AMRITA Performing Arts*

*#128 G9, Sothearos Blvd.*

*Sangkat Tonlé Bassac, Khan Chamcarmorn
PO Box 1140, Phnom Penh 12000, Cambodia*

*Tel. 023-220424*

*Fax. 023-220425*

*Cell. 077-666579***

*Skype. rithsb*

*rit...@amritaperformingarts.org*
*www.amritaperformingarts.org* http://www.amritaperformingarts.org/

Dates For the Diary

Friday, August 20th, 2010

http://epicarts.cmail3.com/t/y/l/mjiudd/oiddhqhd/r

Dear Friends,

EPiC Arts promotes the integration of people with all abilities and
disabilities through the arts in Cambodia, the UK and China.

This summer is an exciting time as we are bringing over 4 of our
Cambodian dance students to perform alongside two of our UK artists as
part of our Fusion Summer Tour. We suspect the tour will be a
life-changing experience for our dancers – and a source of great
inspiration to all those who watch our performances.

A large number of you have requested details on where and when you can
see our performances and meet our team; please find details below. We
hope to see you there.

*Greenbelt Festival*
Saturday 28th August, 7.45pm
Festival Bowl, Cheltenham Racecourse

*Liberty Festival*
Saturday 4th September, 1 – 5pm
Trafalgar Square, London

*Christchurch Service*
Sunday 5th September, 10.30 am
Christchurch Fulham, 67 Studdridge St, London

*Laban Networking Evening*
Monday 6th September, 4 – 6pm
Laban, Creekside, London (invite only)

*Epic Arts Fundraiser*
Tuesday 7th September, 6 – 8.30 pm
Chelsea Arts Club (invite only)

*Epic Arts Annual Showcase*
Wednesday 8th September, 7 – 9pm
Christchurch Spitalifields

_* If you would like to attend any of the above events or require
further information please contact Hannah Stevens on 07981 946 641. If
you would like to attend the Annual Showcase please send an e-mail to
<a
href=”mailto:robe...@epicarts.org.uk”>robe...@epicarts.org.uk who will
contact you directly with further details.*_

Epic Arts is a registered charity and does not receive any government
funding, so your support is invaluable to us. If you are unable to
attend any of our events but would like to know more please visit our
web site http://epicarts.cmail3.com/t/y/l/mjiudd/oiddhqhd/y or our
online donations page
http://epicarts.cmail3.com/t/y/l/mjiudd/oiddhqhd/j. Thank you.

Winds of Angkor

Friday, August 13th, 2010

*CAMBODIA CAST
Jessica Pennington………………………………Mai*
*David Nett………………………………………..Alex*
*Amara Chhin-Lawrence………………….Sopheab*
*Jean-Baptiste Phou……………………………Chan*
*Roberto Perlas Gomez………………..Ratha Sam*
*BosbaPANH………………………….child Prisoner*
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**Composer and producer : Sarah O’Brien*
*Choreography by Maritza Navarro
Lighting and Projections by Bryan Faris
Video Direction by Melissa Holt
Audio Design by Wolfgang Aichholz*

Tickets: 10,000 riels and 20,000 riels
Cambodian Living Arts, # 128/G9 Sothearos Bd, Phnom Penh
Tel: (855-23) 986 032
www.bosbapanh.com http://www.bosbapanh.com
www.windsofangkor.com http://www.windsofangkor.com
On August 8th at Chaktomuk Theatre, highlights from the new musical
“Winds of Angkor” will be presented as part of CLA’s Cambodia Youth Arts
Festival by British Composer Sarah O’Brien. The piece will be performed
by an international cast and Cambodian artists. “Winds of Angkor” is set
in contemporary Cambodia, with flashbacks to the Khmer Rouge regime of
the late 1970s. The story chronicles a forbidden love affair between
prisoners of the Khmer Rouge, and its impact on a Western journalist who
falls in love with a survivor of the regime. The double love story is
told through music and dance, and specially designed video projections,
created in Hollywood, USA.