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  1. I haven't been on here for quite some time and hope that everyone is enjoying the wonderful world of Ballet!! I read with interest the thread " not vocational " and felt it time to present to you something I have designed purely to help UK Ballet dancers. During my years teaching and coaching, and especially after the work I have been doing this past year, I have noticed there is a gap in standard with our students here and the international ones I see. I believe a large part of the difference is a deep sense of self confidence that burns through every step thats taken to create an entirely different effect as a dancer. And like anything in life - If you believe you can perform that movement, well you are far more likely to pull it off! Obviously other factors exist but this has become a clear denominator now - upper body, artistry, dynamics and confidence! Technique can only work to its best with all these areas combined. And so I present to you The Performance Platform. An opportunity to be seen and taught by well connected industry professionals whilst focusing on performance and artistic skills. To be awarded mentorship, scholarships, bursaries and many more opportunities to inspire and ensure talent keeps training in these post covid times. Its about providing access and opportunity. The long term network created via this platfotm will also prove crucial as the dancers move through the years - alot of 'open doors' and opportunities arise through who you know and timing as much as what you can do.😉 Overall the aim is to inject a renewed sense of community in to the Ballet world where we all come together to offer the best chances for UK students and above all else to hope to instil a sense of self in to each and every dancer so they fulfill their potential. I see so much talent locked up inside unsure dancers. UK students ARE as good as international ones they just don't have the same self belief! This self belief colours everything they do and will lead to greater progress. Take a look - Gary Avis MBE and Aniya Young MBE are amidst the mentors and patrons. The uk ballet scene is coming together to help uk students.😍 www.theperformanceplatform.org.uk
  2. From today's links, in case you haven't spotted it: http://www.birminghampost.net/life-leisure-birmingham-guide/birmingham-culture/theatre-in-birmingham/2013/01/11/how-elite-ballet-dancers-refuel-their-bodies-between-performances-65233-32566699/2/
  3. our very own @sophie_rebeccain a short film narrated by Ash ' Matty Barton' Palmisciano http://www.digitalspy.com/soaps/emmerdale/news/a863214/emmerdale-ash-palmisciano-matty-barton-random-acts-film/
  4. A large and ever growing collection of Ballet Solos, PDDs and Dance music that have been cut and changed to performance speeds. If you would like anything editing or adding to the library please email me at the address on the site. Coda Music Library
  5. We have ONLY 3 places left on our 'Confidence in Dance Performance' workshop this half term!! (10 places total) A must for anyone looking to audition, join upper schools and want to get ahead of the competition. Details below:- Confidence in Dance Performance, with Anna Reynolds (NLP) On the 23rd and 24th October 2016 Woodside Dance Retreat is proud to host this unique 2 day course. Tackling the ‘mind set’ and adding the building blocks to help towards producing the future Principal Dancers and West End Stars Anna's workshops explore the mental rigour that is needed to be successful in the world of Ballet/Dance, with a specific focus on building confidence within yourself and being present in the performance, allowing who you are to shine through. The emphasis will be on shifting mindsets for more happiness and greater success. Participants will:- Connect deeply with their intention to dance. Clarity on our 'why' serves as a strong motivator. Reconnect with the joy of dancing. Learn that confidence is a result, not a requirement. Learn how to move beyond fear and strengthen courage. Learn how to listen with an open mind and open heart, therefore aiding the teacher/student relationship. This is experiential learning and Anna will skillfully mix theory and practice to create a inspiring and transformative workshop. You will also take a workshop with Emma Harris {currently assissting Christopher Wheeldon and who has 22 years as a professional performer) and David Lucas Shaw (who has 17 years in West End and has assissted Adam Cooper). Additionally 8th Element will visit, they specialise in sports and dance science he will speak about injury prevention, key stretching and strengthening excersices for longevity in our industry. This course is a ‘must' for anyone looking for a serious dance career. Course Fee’s - £300 (10 places only) * including 2 nights accomodation, organic locally sourced breakfast, lunch and dinner and 2 full days of classes and activities aimed at making you a better dance performer. Contact nicola@woodsidedanceretreat.com to book a place or dicuss the course in more detail. www.woodsidedanceretreat.com
  6. Dancewear brand Capezio is inviting dance lovers to come down to their Endell Street store this Saturday between 1-3pm for a special event called Dancing Windows. Grab a leaflet from one of the dancers roaming the Covent Garden piazza for 10% discount on items in store and head to Endell Street for the opportunity to see some of the world’s best youth dance talent in action, as live dancing window mannequins! Students from the BRIT School and the Susan Robinson School of Ballet will be taking to the windows to show off their moves ahead of their performances at Dance Proms 2015 at the Royal Albert Hall on Sunday. Capezio are headline sponsor of the event for the second year running. Dancing Windows will be hosted at Capezio, 33 Endell Street between 1-3pm on Saturday 14th November.
  7. Chantry Dance Company’s Associate Programme is for young dancers of a pre-vocational or pre-professional level, who aspire to a career in dance. CDC Associates are taught to develop a strong technical base in ballet, contemporary and improvisation, as well as learning repertoire from major 20th and 21st century contemporary works. But the unique aspect of the programme is that students also learn CDC’s specific contemporary ballet style through working directly with the company’s co-Artistic Directors, Rae Piper and Paul Chantry, who are both international choreographers and performers having worked at venues including Sadler’s Wells, The Royal Opera House, Teatro Dell’Opera Di Roma and London’s West End. Students also are given the opportunity to take masterclasses with some of the UK’s leading contemporary dancers. This year’s guest teachers have included: Dominic North (Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures) Alessia Lugoboni (Royal New Zealand Ballet & CDC) Ian Parsons (Ballet de Monte Carlo) David Beer (Burklyn Ballet & CDC) CDC Associates have gone on to gain places at vocational schools including: Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance Trinity Laban Laines School of Theatre Arts PROGRAMME DETAILS 1) 11 monthly sessions per year Sept-July (second Sunday of each month). 2) Each session lasts 3 hours. 3) In the first half of each session, students take technique class in contemporary ballet, contemporary (Graham/Limon/Cunningham based techniques), or occasionally classical ballet. 4) The second half of each session varies. Students may learn: Repertoire - Improvisation techniques - Creative skills, including base choreographic tools - Work with company choreographers in creating original pieces - Take a masterclass with a company dancer or invitation industry professional 5) There are two associate groups based on age/experience level. 6) Open to ages 11+. 7) Held at the company’s home studio location in Grantham, Lincolnshire. 8) Selected students may be given the opportunity to perform with the company at points during the year. 9) CDC actively works to give Associates future employment and performance opportunties. This year, 2 ex-associates have joined the CDC professional company as apprentice dancers, and 4 current associates are performing small ensemble roles in CDC's UK Tour. APPLICATION Entry to the programme is by audition only. To apply for an audition please contact us, by email: education@chantrydancecompany.org or telephone: 07989 588038 PROGRAMME FEES Annual Fee: £230 Scholarships and Bursaries are available – please contact us for details. Visit the CDC website: www.chantrydancecompany.org/associate-programme
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