James O'Hara and Hungarian choreographer Balazs Busa have collaborated to create a new work for the 2018 graduating New Zealand School of Dance contemporary students.

The work is an embodied statement of beliefs for our time, from a talented group of young adults who have spent the last three years discovering, growing and searching together. They now stand united, with their differences, moving strong in their sense of individuality and communion.

O’Hara has just recently returned from Montreal where he was developing Manifest(oh) with an international group of dance artists and has been choreographing on Footnote Dance with Eliza Sanders.

Presented by New Zealand School of Dance (visit their website or follow them Facebook, Twitter and Instagram) as part of Tempo Dance Festival 2018

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