Ms. Low Mei Yoke - A Singaporean Leader in Contemporary Dance - SENIIKU Creator Marketplace

LOW MEI YOKE is the co-founder of Frontier Danceland and is presently the artistic director and choreographer of the Company. Low is one of the pioneer choreographers who has the vision of creating a unique brand of contemporary dance with a distinctive Singaporean style.

With the unique style that fuses Eastern dance aesthetics with Western dance movements, Low’s choreography focuses on honest portrayals of human emotions, zeal and relentless drive. Her works are contemplative, evoking reflection and introspection, and are celebrated for being bold, imaginative and thought-provoking.

She also enjoys creating works that represent Singapore’s vibrant and diverse society. In recognition of her contributions to the arts in Singapore, the National Arts Council presented her with the Cultural Medallion Award in 2018.

Story Source & Credit: frontierdanceland.com

Video Credit: Samarpana Festival

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