Khaita Joyful Dance in Australia in September 2016

Khaita in Cairns
Tibetan Contemporary Dance
Khaita Joyful Dance

Presentation & Workshop in Cairns – 20 -25 September 2016

Since 2011, Chögyal Namkhai Norbu started to collect contemporary songs performed by young Tibetan artists, choosing between hundreds of songs both folk and modern. They are messages from Tibet. Today we have a collection of 180 songs and 160 dances. The choreography of these dances, based on the rhythms and melodies of the songs and meaning behind song is rich in the imagery of Tibetan life and reveals the vitality of an ancient culture whose core motivation has, for centuries been the happiness of all beings, in harmony with the environment where they live. The dances titled “ KHAITA JOYFUL DANCE”, meaning Harmony in Space. Presently, Khaita joyful songs and dances are widely embraced by his students around the globe, and are also registered with UNESCO under the International Dance Council.

The Tibetan dancers Top Gyal Gontse and Tsering Dolker students of Chögyal Namkhai Norbu are Instructors and Performers of Tibetan folk songs and dances and especially Khaita Joyful Dances.

They choreograph many Khaita Joyful Dances under the direction of Chögyal Namkhai Norbu and travel internationally teaching Khaita Joyful Dances and showcasing public presentations of a living Tibetan culture.

They are authorised by Chögyal Namkhai Norbu, as instructors for Khaita Joyful Dances in the Oceania countries of this region. Presently residing in Glass House Mountains, they lead Khaita Performing Arts in the Shang Shung Institute Asia. Since living in Australia, they have presented Khaita Joyful Dance in workshops, group performances at the Victoria Market in Melbourne, nursing homes and recently performed at Glass House Country Care .They frequently present Khaita Joyful Dance workshop through out Australia.

We are delighted that they will be visiting Cairns and giving a Harmony in Space presentation dedicated to World Peace at the Palm Cove Peace Day celebration on Sunday 18 September at 2 pm. They will also be presenting workshops for the public through out the week 20th-25th September 2016.

For further information and interviews please contact:

Alima Kirchner – M: 0429805773    H: 40988183    E-mail:

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