A Conference Investigating Heritage Through Dance 

transition | free public events

Chaturangan, in partnership with World Museum and sampad , invites you to join us for the following free events at the Transition Conference.


Spirit of Liverpool

Friday 7th MARCH 2008 at 14.00 pm

In 1207 Liverpool received its charter to become a city. Spirit of Liverpool tells the story of how after 800 years, Liverpool has become a place where we can see ‘the world in one city’ .

Taking part in the creation and the performance are

Tayo Aluko, Kali Dass, Fen Fen Huang, Louise Clement , Paul Win, Martin Cruse
Dmitry Fedotov (Music Commision)
Dave Ward (Text)
Eimear Kavanagh (Visual)
Uzma Kazi & Samantha Jackson (Costume)
Kali Dass (Choreographer)
Bisakha Sarker (Artistic director)

Heritage Dance  Workshops

Introducing dances from different cultural heritages.

Friday 7th  MARCH 2008  

Chinese Dance            at 10.15 am
English Folk Dance    at 10.15am and 12.00 noon

Saturday 8th MARCH 2008  

Indian Dance             at 10.30 am
African Dance            at 11.30 am    


Youth dance performance

Saturday 8th MARCH 2008 at 2pm

Internationally renowned company “Wayne McGregor | Random Dance” has worked with young dancers from the Greenhouse Project learning African-Carribean Jazz and a group of Bharata Natyam dancers trained by Mira Balchandran Gokul, to create a piece exploring personal and genetic heritage through dance.


Times may vary slightly.

Worskhop spaces are limited, arrive promptly to avoid disappointment.

Museum contact  0151 478 4296

National Museum Liverpool <b>sampad</b> Arts Council MDI CFM Aspire Liverpool08



The Spirit of Liverpool

English sword dancing by Malcolm Arnold Primary School
English sword dancing by Matthew Arnold Primary School

Paintings by Noelle

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