DANCEWORKS PROUDLY PRESENTS
FULL DAY WORKSHOP
OPEN TO MEN & WOMEN
SATURDAY, 30TH APRIL 2016 10:30 – 16:30
Early Bird Offer: £65 before 4th April, £80 thereafter
Led by Edward Pearce and Simone Donati, this BalletBoyz Workshop will offer an opportunity to explore the company’s diverse and eclectic repertoire with a specific focus on momentum, dynamics and contact work. Open to men and women, the session will include a company style warm up and technical class in addition to choreographic tasks and learning material from the the Company’s extensive repertoire.
Click here for a great video of the BalletBoyz’ US Tour 2016.
BalletBoyz is the brainchild of Michael Nunn and Billy Trevitt who founded the company in 2001.
They danced all over the world for ten years and won numerous awards and accolades working with leading dancers, choreographers and designers. 2010 saw their retirement from the stage and the first edition of the groundbreaking project the TALENT. Michael and Billy selected eight young male dancers from a variety of backgrounds and worked with them closely, mentoring and coaching to create a company of first-class performers. Now in its fifth year, the Company has expanded to ten dancers and regularly tours the UK and internationally.
In 2013 BalletBoyz won the National Dance Award for Best Independent Company. As well as their extensive repertoire of stage works Michael and Billy have created numerous arts documentaries for television including BalletBoyz I & II, Strictly Bolshoi, The Royal Ballet in Cuba, BalletBoyz: The Next Generation and BalletBoyz: The Rite of Spring, as well as forty short films for Channel 4’s Random Acts strand.
They have won numerous awards for their film work including an International Emmy, Rose d’Or and Golden Prague. In 2012 they crossed the Atlantic to make A Chance to Dance, a seven-part TV series for US network Ovation, co-produced by Nigel Lythgoe. Michael and Billy both live in West London with their families. They are Ambassadors for His Royal Highness Prince Charles’s charity Children and The Arts. They were made OBEs in 2012 for their services to dance.
Participants must be 18 years of age or over. Limited availability, booked on a first come first served basis. We regret that Danceworks cannot make any refunds. Please make sure you can make the date before committing to this workshop.