At the Riley Theatre, NSCD Events

future now | ba graduation
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Wednesday 3rd July 2019 - Saturday 6th July 2019
7:30 pm
Riley Theatre

Ones to watch. An exhilarating evening of dance from this year’s graduating cohort.

Students completing NSCD’s rigorous Bachelor’s degree perform their own original choreography, plus exclusive new commissions by international guest choreographers:

 Antonia Grove

 Vinicius Salles

Alleyne Dance

Witness the next generation of dance artists in action, the culmination of three years' intensive study, and join us in celebrating their achievements to date. See where dance is right now and where it may go next.

 

Please note this performance contains adult language and themes

Tickets:£8/£5

About the Choreographers

Antonia Grove

Antonia Grove trained at Rambert School and has danced for Rambert Dance Company, The National Theatre, and Bonachela Dance Company among others. She has choreographed for Resolution!, INTOTO Dance Company, Central School of Ballet and more.

She is the founder and Artistic Director of Probe, a Brighton-based dance company integrating dance, text and song to tell stories. Her performance in Probe’s Soledad won the Guglielmo Ebreo Award and Critics’ Choice Award.

Vinicius Salles

Multidisciplinary artist Vinicius Salles graduated from performing art school Martins Pena in Brazil, and has a Master’s in Documentary Film from London College of Communication.

His works mix film and dance disciplines, including documentaries Keep It Straight and Soapy Vinegar Water and choreography Copycat and NoContact. He is rehearsal director for Jasmin Vardimon Company and has performed in works such as Punchdrunk’s Faust.

Alleyne Dance

This internationally touring contemporary dance company blends Afro-Caribbean, Hip-Hop, Kathak, Latin and Circus Skills. Twin sisters Kristina and Sadé have worked for people such as Akram Khan and Gregory Maqoma, and their commissions and workshops have toured Europe and further afield.

The company’s first duet A Night’s Game was shown at London’s MOVE IT Festival, and in 2017 they performed and led workshops throughout Europe, Canada and India. Their movement is fast-paced, physical and dynamic, and their works have been described as emotionally touched and charged.