Polynesian Dancers for Events
Our Polynesian dancers provide both traditional and modern Polynesian dancers performance for your special events. We provide dance shows for a variety of events, from large stage displays to modest performance groups at gatherings and receptions. Our artists travel and can perform dances for any occasions in almost every part of the globe.
We have a number of Polynesian dancers and performers available, and we can provide a group, duo, or single performances to your event. Our experienced performers have learned how to dance from genuine Polynesians and can seamlessly incorporate their routines into authentic performances for any occasion.
We have performed dance displays at many different sorts of gatherings, including corporate conventions, trade shows, product launches, gala dinners and parties. We can outfit Polynesian dancers with a variety of costumes to match most event themes or color schemes.
We’ve worked with companies like Microsoft, IBM, Apple Computer (and more), and others, offering one-of-a-kind Polynesian dance entertainment for your occasions. We have many repeat clients with whom we’ve collaborated time after time to create unique performances that fit their interests and requirements. Our performers are available for hire in Thailand and overseas.
We offer audiences of all ages beautiful, colorful and exciting performances of Polynesian dance. The upbeat hula implement dances of Hawaii, the mesmerizing “Otea” of Tahiti (a dance of fast paced rhythms of the hips), and the soft, alluring hula of Hawaii are but a few highlights of every Polynesian Dance Arts performance.
OTEA DANCE PERFORMANCE
Polynesian Dancers standing in several rows, may be further choreographed to execute different figures (including box, figure 8, circles, and half circles) while maintaining the hip-shaking. The hip motion itself in some choreography be synchronized amongst multiple dancers and may be further coordinated with the accompanying percussion arrangement.
KAWIKA DANCE PERFORMANCE
Our dancers will take you back to the old days of Hawaii. Here theywill dance to a medley that is dedicated to the last king named “King David Kalakaua” or Kawika”. Their beloved king was also known as the merry monarch
KAINA TE HE NUA DANCER PERFORMANCE
From the group coral atolls near the Tahitian Islands “The Tuamoutu’s. A performance that believes the soul of their ancestors will return in sing and dance of the island.
MAORI DANCE PERFORMANCE
At the southern tip of Polynesia lies an ancient paradise called “Aotearoa” You will be greeted by a maori warrior who is adorn with the “Moko” facial art tattoo which signifies courage. He will present you with a ritual dance that must be performed in front of strangers. This signifies the strangers approach as a friend and not a foe.
SAMOAN FIRE KNIFE DANCE PERFORMANCE
The fire knife is a traditional Samoan cultural implement that is used in ceremonial dances. It was originally composed of a machete wrapped in towels on both ends with a portion of the blade exposed in the middle. Tribal performers of fire knife dancing (or Siva Afi as it is called in Samoa) dance while twirling the knife and doing other acrobatic stunts.
FINALE DANCE PERFORMANCE/U WILL REMEMBER ME
We present a song entitled “Will you remember me” from the cook island or “Rarotonga” that will leave you with happy thoughts and memories of this traditional dance.