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Aishwarya Raut and Conor Kerrigan in E2 7SD by Rafael Bonachela.© Foteini Christofilopoulou. (Click image for larger version)

Rambert2 + Rambert – Grey Matter, E2 7SD, Killer Pig, Ghost Dances – London

★★★★✰   Rambert’s latest programme is a night of hellos and goodbyes, marking the debut of the company’s new standalone junior faction, Rambert2, as well the final performance of a repertory favourite, Christopher Bruce’s Ghost Dances.

Meshach Henry, Imogen Alvares, Conor Kerrigan, Antonello Sangirardi and Darlyn Perez in Killer Pig by Sharon Eyal & Gai Behar.© Foteini Christofilopoulou. (Click image for larger version)

Gallery – Rambert2 in E2 7SD, Killer Pig, Grey Matter

Works by Benoit Swan Pouffer, Rafael Bonachela and Sharon Eyal/Gai Behar, photographed by Foteini Christofilopoulou…

Sydney Dance Company in Wildebeest.© Pedro Greig. (Click image for larger version)

Sydney Dance Company – Untamed: Wildebeest, Anima – Sydney

★★★★✰   The latest program from Sydney Dance Company – a double bill with the title Untamed – showed once again what a high energy, physically accomplished company Sydney Dance is.

Charmene Yap and Todd Sutherland in Bonachela's Lux Tenebris.© Peter Greig. (Click image for larger version)

Sydney Dance Company – CounterMove: Cacti, Lux Tenebris – Sydney

★★★✰✰ It would be hard to find two more diverse works on the one program than those in CounterMove, the first program for 2016 from Sydney Dance Company.

Alexander Ekman.© Peter Greig. (Click image for larger version)

Interview: Alexander Ekman, Director / Choreographer, on Cacti and other things

One of the go-to international choreographers, particularly if you want something arresting and unusual, is Alexander Ekman. His “Cacti”, appropriately featuring a stage full of Cacti, is about to be presented by Royal New Zealand Ballet and Sydney Dance Company – Valerie Lawson catches up with a dance maverick…

Holly Doyle in Bernhard Knauer's Derived.© Peter Greig. (Click image for larger version)

Sydney Dance Company & Carriageworks – New Breed 2015, Emerging choreographers bill – Sydney

It is an initiative that I hope will remain on the Sydney Dance Company calendar in the future.

Sydney Dance Company in Rafael Bonachela's Frame of Mind.© Peter Greig. (Click image for larger version)

Sydney Dance Company – Quintett, Frame of Mind – Sydney

Bonachela never ceases to surprise with his unerring eye for a strong collaboration.

Mira Calix's Inside There Falls installation.© Prudence Upton. (Click image for larger version)

Mira Calix and Sydney Dance Company – Inside There Falls – Sydney

Inside There Falls is a multi-media experience, and an immersive and sensory one at that. It is complex in the ideas that it encompasses.

Rafael Bonachela.© Justin Ridler. (Click image for larger version

Rafael Bonachela – Artistic Director, Sydney Dance Company

Rafael Bonachela has just started his sixth year as artistic director of Sydney Dance Company… This year is the company’s 45th anniversary and Bonachela is, as ever, full of plans, excited about them all and brimming over with enthusiasm…

Sadler's Sampled promotional image.© Kingsley Jayasekera. (Click image for larger version)

Sadler’s Sampled – Youth, Ballet, Hip hop, Contemporary & Tango showcase – London

Sadler’s Sampled is back – with 6 companies showing the glorious breadth of dance that will be on at the theatre over the next few months.

Natalie Allen & Andrew Crawford in 2 One Another.© Ken Butti. (Click image for larger version)

Sydney Dance Company – 2 One Another – Melbourne

2 One Another is a totally unapologetic work – powerful and unself-conscious in the way it turns up the volume in design, physicality and sound.

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Place Prize for Dance 2012/13 – Finalists Announced

And the four Finalists are: h2dance (Hannah Gillgren and Heidi Rustgaard), Riccardo Buscarini, Rick Nodine, Eva Recacha. Congrats to all, more details in the press release.

The Place Prize logo. © The Place

The Place Prize 2012/13 – Dance Commissions Announced

The 16 entrants competing for The Place Prize for dance, sponsored by Bloomberg, have been awarded a total commission fund of £100,000.

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