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Public Performances

Sunday, September 22
1 – 3 pm

Lowell High School

50 Father Morissette Boulevard 
Lowell, MA 01852

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Sunday, September 29
7 – 9 pm

Asia Society

Lila Acheson Wallace Auditorium
725 Park Avenue 
New York,NY10021

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Thursday, October 3
7:30pm

Smithsonian

Freer Gallery 
Meyer Auditorium

1200 Independence Avenue Southwest 
Washington, D.C. 20024

(entrance on Jefferson Drive at 12th Street, SW)

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Friday, October 4
7 pm

New Fortune Restaurant

16515 S Frederick Ave 
Gaithersburg, MD 20877

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Saturday, October 19
7 – 8 pm

CSULB Martha B. Knoebel Dance Theater

6200 E. Atherton St., 
Long Beach, CA, 90840

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Monday, October 21
7 – 8 pm

The Colburn School : Zipper Hall

200 South Grand Avenue 
Los Angeles,CA90012

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The Sacred Dancers of Angkor will perform an homage to the exquisite and rarely seen Reoung Preah Thong-Neang Neak.  This classical dance was first choreographed by Queen Kossamak (mother of the late King Sihanouk) in the 1940s for the Royal Ballet of Cambodia, adapted in 2003 by her granddaughter Princess Buppha Devi, former Prima of the Royal Ballet, Cambodia’s “living treasure” and Patron of the NKFC Conservatoire.  This story depicts the legend of the birth of Cambodia through the symbolic figures of Preah Thong (Kaundinya I) and Neang Neak (Soma, daughter of the King of Nagas) from whose marriage came the birth of ‘Kambuja’.
At some venues the troupe will also perform two short folk dances (robam) the Story of the Forest Dove and The Capture of the Elephant.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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