Sukma Irama EVG Malay Dance Club
Teachers I/C: Ms Izzati, Ms Baizura, Ms Yoe Gek Li
What is the mission and vision for the CCA?
‘Sway to The Rhythm’ is the motto of Sukma Irama EVG Malay Dance Club. Founded in 2004, Sukma Irama provided the platform for dancers to develop their skills in Malay dance and develop the confidence to display different forms of performances to diverse group of audience in school and beyond. Apart from grooming young talents, our Malay Dance Club also aims to instill our dancers with good values and character through our enrichment and VIA activities.
- SYF 2019 – Certificate of Distinction
- SYF 2017 – Certificate of Distinction
- SYF 2015 – Certificate of Distinction
Singapore Youth Festival Performances:
Singapore Youth Festival 2019
Entilted Ra’I, this SYF 2019 dance depicts a celebration that many look forward to, be it in a community, a wedding ceremony, among peers and even life. It brings light and hope which fills our inner self. Life, should not only be lived, it should be celebrated as well.
Singapore Youth Festival 2017
Entitled Wau Tik Ke-Tuk, this SYF 2017 dance depicted the life of female villagers dancing together in harmony using the traditional ‘tempurung’ (coconut shell) and the traditional Malay Wau (Kite).
Watch our SYF 2017 dance here:
To develop the students’ potential, our dancers are often given the opportunity to perform at various platforms – from school concerts to community and public performances. These performances aim to increase the students’ confidence and dance abilities.
Muara Festival 2017
Sembawang (GRC) Passionarts 2018
Apart from performances, our dancers are also given the opportunity to learn through various enrichment activities and learning journeys. In addition, our dancers are also given the opportunity to teach their peers their dance moves.
Dance workshop for Thai students from Tepleela School
Our dancers had the privilege to conduct a dance workshop for the Thai students from Tepleela school. The Thai students were taught the 5 basic dance moves in Malay dance – Inang, Asli, Masri, Joget and Zapin. They also put up a performance which incorporated the 5 basic dance moves.
Learning Journey to Bukit Chandu
Held during the March holidays, the learning journey to Bukit Changdu aimed to give the dancers an appreciation of the sacrifices of our past generations to the nation. It gave the dancers an opportunity to understand the values held by the soldiers in overcoming challenges and obstacles. Visiting Bukit Chandu also provided them an opportunity to feel the “Kampung atmosphere” which allowed them to get into their respective characters when they danced.