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Roehampton Artists at Resolution! 2012

The students receive a real world experience complete with full technical and marketing support, performance reviews by established and emerging critics, and the opportunity to participate in professional development workshops to complement and inform the choreographic process. 

Posted: 19 March 2012

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Roehampton Artists at Resolution

Roehampton Dance choreography goes from strength to strength with no less than eight performances featuring Roehampton Dance students and alumni at this year’s Resolution!.

Resolution! is an annual platform for the newest in contemporary dance which aims to facilitate the often difficult transition from vocational dance training to the professional performance world. The festival has helped launch the careers of some of the UK’s leading dance artists such as Wayne McGregor, Javier de Frutos, Mark Baldwin, Katie Prince and Hofesh Shechter. Roehampton Dance participants this year:

  • Maybe We Should Tiffany Gibson & Virginia Munday (MFA Choreography)
  • You remind me of someone I once kne,w Nikki Watson (BA Dance Studies 2010) CoDa Dance
  • Laugh & Cry, Evangelia Kolyra (MFA Choreography 2010)
  • Please Not Mine, Jemma Bicknell (MRes Choreography and Performance)
  • Black Gecko Dance, We Have Won, Grace Sellwood & Georgina Hay (BA Dance Studies 2008)
  • Public Displays of Affection, Amy Watson (MFA Choreography 2011) Nylon Theatre
  • Linda Boninsegni (MRes Choreography and Performance) Red Tape Dance Company, Sync in Progress
  • Forever and a Day. In Loving Memory Of... Ayshen Mustafa Abdullah (BA Dance Studies 2005), Emily Golding-Ellis (BA Dance Studies current) Dynamic Eclipse Arts

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