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 Post subject: Rambert choreographic workshop
PostPosted: Sun Sep 12, 2004 5:15 pm 

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One-day intensive workshop

Rambert Education are holding a workshop with Rambert's Associate Choreographer, Rafael Bonachela.

Rafael Bonachela is Rambert's Associate Choreographer, a position previously held by Christopher Bruce, Siobhan Davies and Richard Alston. A unique performer, he has danced with Rambert since 1992 and to date he has choreographed nine works for Rambert. Rafael has created works for Kylie Minogue, Transitions and is currently a Place Prize nominee.

When is it?
Saturday 9 October 2004

Who is it for?
For dancers, teachers and students of an intermediate / advanced standard aged 17+

What does it involve?
The day will include:

A contemporary technique class with one of Rambert's teachers
Learning repertoire from Rafael and exploring his choreographic process
An informal discussion session with Rafael
This intensive is designed to extend and challenge your technique and provide a unique insight into the work of one of Britain's hottest up-and-coming choreographers.

£59 Full price
Early bird offer: The first 10 people to book pay only £49

Where is it?
The course takes place in the Company’s studios at 94 Chiswick High Road, West London.

To book a place, please call, Rambert Education on +44 (0)20 8630 0615 or Email for further information.

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