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Posted on September 14, 2015 in Five Minutes with...
Five Minutes with... Kim Sato, Project Soul

Kim Sato/Project Soul photo Chris Randle

How did you get involved with dance?

My best friend when I was 5 years old started dancing. I wanted to do everything she did. She ended up quitting and my mom realized I really liked it so she kept me in it.  

What is your proudest moment to date?

Oh that's such a hard question. I wouldn't say it would be one moment. When I take the time to reflect and look back at what I have been able to achieve through dance my proudest moment would be now, realizing how much I've been able to use dance in a positive manner to positively affect others.

If you didn’t have a career in dance, what might you be doing?

I think I would be a counselling psychologist or an event planner.

What might people be surprised to know about you?

I love making crafty and creative gifts for people. That is when I have the time! :)

What is your next project?

I've just received my first BC Arts Council grant, so I'm starting a new personal journey as an artist. I'm really excited to get in the lab and start creating!


Kim Sato is a dancer, choreographer and adjudicator, and the founder of Project Soul, Vancouver’s finest professional street dance group, and the SOULdiers Company. Project Soul performs with South Asian Arts for The Dance Centre’s Discover Dance! noon series on September 17, 2015 at 12 noon at Scotiabank Dance Centre.

Photo by Chris Randle


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