TSAI HSI HUNG
Tsai Hsi Hung, (Taipei, Taiwan) graduated from Taipei National University of the Arts in 2009 and traveled to Australia as an exchange student for the Dance at Queensland Technology University Dance Department. She has worked with the Australian Dance Theater, Tasdance, and Chunky Move Dance Company Dancers. While in Australia, Hung appeared on the TV show “So You Think You Can Dance.”
Hung is also active as a choreographer. In 2012, Hung wrote the choreography for the Beijing TV show “Passion for Dance.” Meimage Dance commissioned her to choreograph a solo piece entitled Bluebeard, which Hung performed throughout Taiwan in the summer of 2016. Her choreography was also featured at Baruch Performing Arts Center’s REVERBdance series in 2017. In June of 2018, the MET Dance company performed Hung’s work IO for 12 dancers at the Miller Outdoor Theatre in Houston, Texas.
Hung has given master classes in New York, Boston, Houston, and throughout China and Taiwan. She maintains an active schedule of performing, choreographing, and teaching.
David Lee Parker is a native from Long Island, New York. He started his dance training at Long Island High school for the Arts and continued his studies at Mason Gross School of the Arts where he graduated with honors and received his B.F.A. in dance performance.
David has trained at the Alvin Ailey Summer Intensive, American Ballet Theater Summer Collegiate Program, Gibney Summer Contemporary Dance Program, and has had the privilege to study abroad for a year in Israel at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance. He has performed works by Camille A. Brown, Netta Yerushalmy, Ohad Naharin, Noa Zuk, Reggie Wilson, Darrell Grand Moultrie, Noa Wertheim, and Maxine Doyle.
He has also had the special opportunity to perform at the Suzanne Dellal Theatre in Tel Aviv and the Joyce Theatre in New York City. David is grateful and excited to be joining QBC Company for it's first season.
Yu Fujiwara began her ballet training with Chua Mei Xien at R.A.D. School in Malaysia.
After she returned to Japan in 2000, she continued to study ballet with Yoshimi Yamada at Yamate Ballet House. In 2013, she graduated from Japan Women’s College of Physical Education, with a major in Dance Academics and a license to teach Physical Education.
After she moved to New York, she attended The Ailey School from 2013-2015. Currently she works with various artist and is a member of Captiveflow Dance, NYC Dance Arts Company, and Albano Ballet.