Date - Tue 28 Nov 2017
Time - 7.30 pm
Cost - £10, Concessions £5
Disabled access? - Yes
Venue - New Adelphi Theatre
Critically acclaimed Joss Arnott Dance will present a new triple bill programme from Autumn 2017
Critically acclaimed Joss Arnott Dance will present a new triple bill programme from Autumn 2017 that will take you on a gripping journey through powerful, precise and heart-pounding choreography that has made the company one of the most exciting voices in British contemporary dance. Featuring two brand new works A Movement in 3, set to newly commissioned music by Rambert Dance Company’s 2016 Music Fellow --- Quinta, RUSH and existing solo work V, both of which are set to original music composed by the company’s Associate Composer James Keane. From this programme you can expect an exploration of the senses as movement, lighting and sound collide creating a physically charged, visually stunning and a musically diverse evening of dance. Supported using public funding by Arts Council England and PRS for Music Foundation. Commissioned by DanceEast, Blackpool Grand and Swindon Dance. Developed with CAST and Dance City. Supported by the Lawrence Batley Theatre, University of Salford and Yorkshire Dance. Produced by Phil Hargreaves.Joss Arnott Dance is an internationally touring, cutting edge, classical contemporary dance company based at the Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield – West Yorkshire led by Artistic Director Joss Arnott.
Admission: £10/£5 (unreserved seating)
Venue: New Adelphi Theatre, New Adelphi Building, M5 4WT
Tickets available from: ticketsource
MA Dance Suite Launch
As part of the evening of dance, we are also launching a suite of new MA programmes in Dance. The suite includes:
• MA Dance Performance and Professional Practices (in collaboration with Joss Arnott Dance)
• MA Dance: Choreography and Professional Practices
• MA Dance: Creative Dance Education.
These unique programmes support dance artists working across key areas of professional dance practice, balancing depth in creative learning and rigour with the understanding and experience of professional contexts. We will be holding some informal receptions prior to the performance for both potential applicants and dance professionals interested in learning more about these programmes.
For more information, please contact Sarie Mairs Slee at S.M.Slee@salford.ac.uk.