This year has been one rejection after another after I made the promise to create dedicated. I never understood why till now. An exact year after I made the promise to dance daily I was gifted an opportunity to work with one of the most brilliant beings on this planet and I absorbed everything that he so graciously shared with us. I can’t believe how I am renewing my vow to dance. Choreographed and opened Festival Tokyo with MI(X)G directed by Pichet Klunchun. Danced my heart
MI(X)G was going to be brilliant from the get go. Khun Pichet decided that the only way it would work was to invite 6 dancers from all over Asia and spend time in the most local part of Bangkok. I mean even my mum's Thai friends were shocked that I was so localised in that particular area. An area where foreigners are almost never seen. We showed up and stayed in their space, ate in their markets, commuted in their minivans. We were as local as you could get. Imagine how the
Thank you for having me on the show Freda. To listen to the full interview please click below. Her first interview with BFM was in 2014. Four years later, we catch up with January Low, a Malaysian Indian Classical dancer who specializes in the classical dance forms of Orissi and Bharathanatyam, to talk about her continuing career in dance and the lessons she’s learned as she continues through life’s milestones.