In late September 2011, twelve young people gathered at Yorkshire Dance for a two hour master class in Lishi Chinese Wushu Dance. Watch the video below to find out what it’s all about…
On September 25th 2011, twelve young people gathered at Yorkshire Dance for a two hour master class in Lishi Chinese Wushu Dance.
Taking what they learned, they each choreographed a piece and performed in front of a professional film crew with the chance of winning a share of the prize money.
A combination of public votes and the votes from a panel of experts will decide who wins.
Watch the video above to find out what it’s all about and then vote for your favourite performance here!
Call/email for more info 07753611768 / alex[at]lishi.org
In Lishi (‘Lee Sher’) Chinese Wushu Dance you respond to a partner’s movements by yielding, evading and giving back. Choreographed dance sequences enable you to move fluidly on your own and with a partner even whilst using implements, including sticks, swords, long silks (picture Jaden Smith in The Karate Kid). Watch the video below to see adults playing Lishi.