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Yvonne Ng

Yvonne Ng. Photograph by Cylla von Tiedemann

Arts & Expression, Southeast Asian, Dance

Born and raised in Singapore, Yvonne Ng (BFA Honours, York University) is choreographer, presenter, producer, curator, arts educator and artistic director of princess productions (since 1996), which houses tiger princess dance projects and the dance: made in canada/fait au canada Festival. The company’s repertoire includes her own choreographed works as well as commissioned pieces. Yvonne’s recent choreography credits include the critically acclaimed Frequency and Weave…part one. As a dancer, Yvonne created original roles for choreographers such as Bill James, José Navas, Menaka Thakkar, Peter Chin, Dominique Dumais, Kevin O’Day (National Theatre Mannheim Ballett), Stephanie Skura and Tedd Robinson. tiger princess dance projects has toured to Singapore, Ireland, Italy, Germany, Australia, China and across Canada and the US.

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