Five Dance Shows to See in November
November brings street dance, a radical reworking of a ballet classic, new work and a couple of vanity projects
New York based Kyle Abraham has a diverse training in music, visual art and dance. His work explores contemporary issues through a highly physical dance vocabulary that aims to inspire a new generation of dancers and audiences.
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This interdisciplinary approach has led Abraham to devise pieces for the
Hofesh Shechter is fairly ubiquitous these days. The choreographer, who has hordes of young and fresh audiences trouping excitedly into whatever venue he’s at, has just shown his new work to UK dance fans at Sadler’s Wells.Read more ...
Following on the footsteps of other maturing stars, 37-year-old Svetlana Zakharova appears to be planning the second stage of her career with this vanity project, Amore. Last year we saw another Russian prima ballerina, the Mariinsky’s Diana Vishneva, bring her own star project to theRead more ...
With Putrov taking the role of both dancer and producer, Men in Motion seeks to explore the changing role of the male dancer and pay homage to great choreographers past and present.
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First presented at Sadler’s Wells in 2012, Men in Motion comes
Irish choreographer and theatre director Michael Keegan-Dolan, a Sadler's Wells Associate Artist, grabbed hold of the classic Swan Lake with its ethereal swans and tales of medieval sorcerers and courtly discontent and turned it into a gritty and magical modern-day tale. Entitled Loch naRead more ...
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