Guanglei Hui
Tsai Hsi Hung
Tsai Hsi Hung, (Taipei, Taiwan) graduated from the Taipei National University of the Arts in 2009 and travelled to Australia as an exchange student for Dance at Queensland Technology University Dance Department. She has worked with the Australian Dance Theater, Tasdance, and Chunky Move Dance Company.  While in Australia, Hung appeared on the TV show “So You Think You Can Dance.”

Hung has performed throughout the U.S. and Asia in such venues as the Alvin Ailey Theater, Manhattan Movement Center, and the DUMBO Dance Festival.

Hung is active as a choreographer as well.  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 will perform Hung’s latest work for 12 dancers at the Miller Outdoor Theatre in Houston, Texas.  The piece is entitled IO and was commissioned by MET Dance in February 2018.

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.

Guanglei Hui, originally from China, is an independent artist, choreographer, dancer and teacher. He studied at The Russian National Ballet Dance Academy from 2001-2003 and earned a major in Choreography/ Classical Ballet Performance with Education. While studying in Russia, he took second place in the Russian International Dance Competition. In 2005, Guang-lei joined the first modern dance company in China, Guangdong Modern Dance Company. In 2008, he was invited to perform with GMDC in the anniversary celebration of the Pina Bausch Dance Company. He was invited as a young choreographer for Yokohama Dance Collection in 2011; and in 2012, he was invited to participate in the International Choreographers Residency Program (ICR) at the American Dance Festival.

In 2013, Guang-lei joined White Wave Young Soon Kim Dance Company. He began working with Shen Wei Dance Arts in 2014; and in 2016, he was invited to Taipei Dance Round Table Project to work on a new original piece. He has worked with renowned international artists including Sang Jijia ( from William Forsythe Dance Company), Yin Mei ( YMDC Artistic Director), Margaret Jenkins ( MJDC Artistic Director), Shen Wei ( Shen Wei Dance Arts Artistic Director), Hou Ying (HYDT Artistic Director),Jodi Melnick,Cheng-Chieh Yu(UCLA Dance Professor). He has toured to international arts festivals in more than twenty countries.