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Ballet Central announces 2019 international tour

Calendar Posted 15 January 2019

Central's renowned graduate performing company Ballet Central will commence its annual tour at the Stratford Circus Arts Centre, London, on Thursday 28th March 2019. Under the artistic direction of Christopher Marney, Ballet Central’s diverse range of dance and theatre will perform in 20 venues across England over a five month period and will go on to perform in Tokyo, Japan. Click here for the schedule of tour dates.

This season’s repertoire delivers an exciting performance of theatricality, technical excellence and drama choreographed by top dance industry influencers, with stunning costumes enhanced by powerful music. The repertoire includes; Christopher Marney’s 'Carousel Dances', a unique version of the 'Dying Swan Solo' created by Calvin Richardson, an extract from Frederick Ashton’s acclaimed 'Valses Nobles et Sentimentales' and Kenneth MacMillan’s 'House of Birds'. Ballet Central also presents Jasmin Vardimon’s '(in between)', a physical contemporary work. And for the first time, Ballet Central is collaborating with Thiago Soares, principal dancer with the Royal Ballet, who has created a new work with Ballet Central’s young dancers which will be premiered in London at a series of performances at the Bloomsbury Theatre in July.

Christopher Marney, Artistic Director of Ballet Central comments: "Audience attendance for last year’s Ballet Central tour was higher than ever. The exciting repertoire brought by these influential choreographers not only entertains our audiences, but also ensures our talented young dancers secure employment with leading dance companies and musical theatre productions worldwide.”

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