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Dance Umbrella news: In our second episode of My Dance DNA acclaimed dancer and choreographer, Akram …

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In our second episode of My Dance DNA acclaimed dancer and choreographer, Akram Khan talks about his early dance influences with actress and theatre director Kathryn Hunter.

Watch the full interview to hear about his fond memories of learning the Indian classical dance form #Kathak as a teenager and practising his art watching Michael Jackson’s Thriller to collaborating with some of the biggest names in the dance world.

http://www.danceumbrella.co.uk/my-dance-dna/akram-khan-kathryn-hunter



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2 days ago

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‪Have you watched the first 2️⃣ #ReactivatingDanceInLondon discussions?‬

‪🗣 Ft. Jonzi D, Polly Risbridher, Akram Khan, Andrew Hurst, Shobana Jeyasingh & more‬

‪Head over to our website & press play ▶️ danceumbrella.co.uk/event/reactivating-dance-in-london/‬
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4 days ago

Dance Umbrella

What would ‘Bodies in Urban Spaces’ look like today? These 📸 are from Willi Dorner’s outdoor dance piece, which had its London premiere at DU’s 2009 festival... 🟣🟢🟠🟡🔴🔵 ... See MoreSee Less

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Have never forgotten seeing this, and racing around the streets following the dancers get into position at the next place. It would be fantastic to see something like this again.

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1 week ago

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First premiered at Dance Umbrella's 2009 festival, Common Dance by Rosemary Lee is now available to watch until 22 July ✨

This bold production involved 50 professional and non-professional dancers aged 8 to 80, accompanied by a choir of 70 young people. Created specifically for Greenwich's historic Borough Hall, the space became a 'common ground', bringing together performers from across the generations. Walking the margin between the traditional and the contemporary, Common Dance is both poignant and telling.

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  1. Girish Kumar says:

    Alan Gonzalez Bravo Luca Pellegrini

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