Airdance performs during the WiFi Body 6 Opening and Closing Galas on July 4, 2012, 8:00pm at Dance Forum Studio (36e West Ave., QC) and July 14, 2012, 8:00 pm, at the CCP Little Theater, respectively. Also, Airdance Associate Artistic Director Jed Amihan performs during the IndepenDance: Studio Set on July 6, 2012, 8:00pm at Dance Forum Studio. Lastly, Airdance Company members Love Llena and Riel Bulos compete in the New Choreographers Competition Semi-Finals on July 5, 2012, 8:00pm at Dance Forum Studio, and (hopefully) at the Finals on July 14, 2012, 5:00pm at the CCP Little Theater.


Now in its sixth year, Wifi Body Festival is a gathering of contemporary dance artists, a showcase for new and innovative contemporary dance works and a magnet for collaborations with artists of other disciplines with contemporary dance. It is a project of the Contemporary Dance Network Manila (CDNM). CDNM is a chapter member of World Dance Alliance (WDA).

Airdance performs Excerpts of its full-length Contemporary Dance piece ADARNA at Pasinaya 2012, CCP's Open House Festival, on February 26, 2012, 12:20-12:40pm at the CCP Rehearsal Hall.


The Pasinaya Open House Festival is the CCP’s closing event to the February Arts Month. This festival has become the CCP’s most popular multi-arts festival that draws record numbers of audiences to numerous performances in all of its venues. It showcases mainly the CCP’s Resident Companies – Ballet Philippines, Bayanihan, NAMCYA, Philippine Ballet Theatre, Madrigal Singer, Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra,Ramon Obusan Folkloric Group, Tanghalang Pilipino, and UST Symphony Orchestra. A number of regional cultural groups all over the country also participates. For the first time this 2012, Pasinaya shall highlight regional culture – specifically Ilonggo Culture with Dinagyang as its main feature, and the whole spectrum of Ilonggo culture – music, culinary, film, and dance.

Date & Time : Sunday, February 26, 2012 / 8:00am to 8:00pm
Venue: All CCP indoor venues and selected outdoor venues
Tickets : SEE ALL YOU CAN FOR Php 20.00


Also, as part of the NCCA's Arts Month of February, Airdance will also perform the Adarna Excerpts at the Concert at the Park stage, Rizal Park, Manila, on Februrary 26, 2012, at 6:00pm

In celebration and thanksgiving for ten fruitful years in the industry, Airdance presented a thrilling production that marries dance, theater and music into a unique, multi-sensory experience for both the performers and the audience. “ADARNA”, a Contemporary Dance-theater piece based on the Filipino folk tale “Ibong Adarna”, was chorepgraphed by renowned artists Ava Villanueva, Rhosam Prudenciado Jr., Mia Cabalfin and Jed Amihan and was brought to life by the company members and apprentices of Airdance, on September 30, 2011, Firday, 2:00pm, and October 1, 2011, Saturday, 8:00pm at the Henry Lee Irwin Theatre at the Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights, Quezon City.

Airdance is currently scheduling tour performances slated for September 2012 and onwards. To know more about ADARNA, click Read More below


To download a Performance Kit with Technical Rider and Cost & Stipulations sheet, click here.





Airdance performs in "Rites", July 23, 2011, 8:00 pm at Dance Forum Studio, 36E West Ave., Quezon City. Featuring Airdance and UP Dance Company members, under the the auspices of Contemporary Dance Network Manila,  performing Contemporary solo/duo works and "Rites of Spring" from the choreography classes of Myra Beltran, Raul Alcoseba and Denisa Reyes. Tickets at P150.

Every year, the world celebrates International Dance Day, to bring everyone together in peace and friendship through a common language – dance. Each Dance Day is an opportunity to acknowledge the power of dance in our lives.

In this year’s celebration we are enjoined to take a step back and celebrate in “open spaces: streets, squares, parks, stadiums, beaches, parking lots, clearings – anywhere under the sky.” Throughout the year, “we teach dance, we rehearse, we perform within four walls.” But “on this special day dedicated to dance, [let us] we mark the difference by practising, teaching or performing for everyone to see. It might be cold and rainy, the floor is certainly not good enough, and the wind takes the music away, but the beauty in those movements and the joy on those faces will brighten the hearts of the spontaneous audience of passers-by.” (from the circular by International Dance Council, CID, UNESCO, Paris)