Cambodian Living Arts season 2015-2016

Cambodian Living Arts season 2015-2016

Cambodian Living Arts is excited to announced that the new season of Cambodian Living Arts On Stage (formerly known as Plae Pakaa), their program of daily traditional arts performances in Phnom Penh, will start on October 19, 2015 and run through March 30, 2016! The new season will welcome back international-acclaimed troupe, Morodok Komar Bassac Performing Arts (the former Children of Bassac), performing their lively traditional dance show with the new dances in the lineup six days a week from Monday to Saturday. The show features eight classical and folk dances includes Robam Kap Krabey Pheok Sra (Buffalo Sacrifice Dance), Robam Apsara, Robam Kngork Pailin (Pailin Peacock Dance), Robam Bes Kravagn (Cardamom Picking Dance), Robam Sovann Machha (Golden Mermaid Dance), Robam Ploy Souy (Ploy Souy Dance), Robam Nesat (Fishing Dance) and Robam Kuos Ang-Re (Pestle Dance).

Please join us for the opening night on October 19, 2015. Contact or for reservations.


Cambodian Living Arts was founded by Arn Chorn-Pond in 1998. Cambodian Living Arts facilitates the transformation of Cambodia through the arts. They work in collaboration with others to create an environment where Cambodian arts empower and transform individuals and communities through four key programs – Artist Development, Learning and Leadership, Knowledge, Networks & Policy and Market Creation. Season of Cambodia was initiated by Cambodian Living Arts in 2012, with a mission to illuminate and to advance Cambodian arts and culture, driving international support and attention to the creativity and diversity of cultural expressions in Cambodia today.

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