Choreographers announced for our RS100 year
27th February 2020
Each year our students have the privilege of working with established and emerging professionals to create brand new works and reimagine older pieces, and this year may be the best on yet. As part of our RS100 year, marking one hundred years of discovering and developing dance talent at Rambert School, we have a programme of eclectic, pioneering choreographers, all of whom have studied and graduated through Rambert School training.
Book now for EVOLVE, our new mixed bill in the Spring term, which is the first opportunity to see the works our students have been creating or restaging from true icons of dance, established and celebrated choreographers, and the rising stars of tomorrow.
Christopher Bruce, restaging of his work Dancing Day which was originally made for the School in the 1980’s
Anthony Taylor, new work
Darren Ellis, Deputy Principal of Rambert School, new work
Thick and Tight, new work
Arielle Smith, Young Associate Choreographer at New Adventures, new work
Ihsan Rustem, Yidam, performed by our 2nd years
Sir Frederick Ashton, two dances from Facade