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NYDC Experience Workshop 2018

Monday, 28 May, 2018 - 10:00

National Youth Dance Company Experience Workshop
Places free but booking required
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Come along to this workshop to find out more about NYDC and for your chance to become a company member.

During the workshop you will take part in a warm up class, learn some of the moves from the NYDC productions and create your own work. The workshop will be led by NYDC artists and current company members and is open to dancers aged 15-19 or up to the age of 24 for deaf and disabled dancers. NYDC is a diverse and inclusive company and we welcome applications from all dance styles and experiences. Additional support is available to any dancer who may need it.

Blast Theory : Fixing Point. Games as { performing } Arts International Festival 2018 - 8 June 2018

Friday, 8 June, 2018 - 10:30 to 16:30

Blast Theory : Fixing Point. Games as { performing } Arts International Festival 2018
Tickets: Free but booking required
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Pick up a smartphone, put on your headphones and start to explore. As you walk you hear a stunning electronic score by Chris Clark. Find one of the metal fixing points and hear a fragment of an interview with Anne as she talks about her missing brother. Fixing Point traces the legacy of the conflict in Northern Ireland. What lies hidden and where are we silent?

GAMES AS ARTS/ARTS AS GAMES FESTIVAL 2018

Kondition Pluriel: Enjeux

Friday, 8 June, 2018 - 20:00

Kondition Pluriel: Enjeux
Tickets: Free but booking required
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The Canadian Company Kondition Pluriel is an interdisciplinary digital performance group founded in 2000 by Marie-Claude Poulin and Martin Kusch. Integrating dance and digital arts, the artists have worked to create a language outside established artistic disciplines. They offer experiences outside the norm, blurring the lines between installation and performance.

GAMES AS ARTS/ARTS AS GAMES FESTIVAL 2018

Blast Theory : Fixing Point. Games as { performing } Arts International Festival 2018 - 9 June 2018

Saturday, 9 June, 2018 - 10:30 to 16:30

Blast Theory : Fixing Point. Games as { performing } Arts International Festival 2018
Tickets: Free but booking required
Click Here to book online.

Pick up a smartphone, put on your headphones and start to explore. As you walk you hear a stunning electronic score by Chris Clark. Find one of the metal fixing points and hear a fragment of an interview with Anne as she talks about her missing brother. Fixing Point traces the legacy of the conflict in Northern Ireland. What lies hidden and where are we silent?

GAMES AS ARTS/ARTS AS GAMES FESTIVAL 2018

AMATA Young Persons Dance Sharing 2018

Saturday, 14 July, 2018 - 18:00

AMATA Young Persons Dance Sharing 2018
Tickets: £5 (plus booking fee)/Under 5's Free but booking required
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To celebrate the continuing success of the AMATA Young Persons Dance sessions, we are having an informal sharing of what we have been up to recently.

The sharing will present a short work from both the younger class and the senior class.

For more information about our Saturday classes for young people, please visit: amata.org.uk/yp-classes

National Youth Dance Company / Sharon Eyal: Used To Be Blonde Schools' Matinee

Wednesday, 18 July, 2018 - 13:00

National Youth Dance Company / Sharon Eyal: Used To Be Blonde Schools' Matinee
Tickets: £2 per students/Teacher places free
To book, please call: 01326 259349

Now in its sixth year, National Youth Dance Company has established a reputation for producing high quality performances with a range of dancers who are expressive, brave and shaping the future of dance in this country. NYDC returns to AMATA to present a new work created by the 2017-18 Guest Artistic Director Sharon Eyal.

One of the most exciting female choreographers working today, this new commission will contain Eyal’s signature style, conveying extreme emotions through movement. This unique choreographic approach combined with the young dancers’ energy and talent is set to produce a mesmerising experience that pushes the dancers to their limits.

“They are strong, skillfull and ready for anything”
Daily Telegraph

National Youth Dance Company / Sharon Eyal: Used To Be Blonde

Wednesday, 18 July, 2018 - 19:30

National Youth Dance Company / Sharon Eyal: Used To Be Blonde
Tickets: £12/£6 concessions (plus booking fee)
Click Here to book online.

Now in its sixth year, National Youth Dance Company has established a reputation for producing high quality performances with a range of dancers who are expressive, brave and shaping the future of dance in this country. NYDC returns to the AMATA to present a new work created by the 2017-18 Guest Artistic Director Sharon Eyal.

One of the most exciting female choreographers working today, this new commission will contain Eyal’s signature style, conveying extreme emotions through movement. This unique choreographic approach combined with the young dancers’ energy and talent is set to produce a mesmerising experience that pushes the dancers to their limits.

AMATA Music & Dance Summer School 2018

Monday, 30 July, 2018 - 10:00 to Friday, 3 August, 2018 - 16:30

AMATA Music and Dance Summer School 2018
Costs per person: £60 Early Bird*/£80 Full Price
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A music and dance summer school with choreographer Grace Clayton (Me, But Bigger; Cheap Date Dance) and composer Patrick Bailey (Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra).

The dancers and musicians will explore composition, technique, improvisation, choreography and a variety of skills involved in creating dance and music collaboratively. The five days will give students the opportunity to work with specialist tutors concluding with a public performance of the work on the Friday evening.

Falmouth-Yamaha Jazz Summer School 2018

Monday, 6 August, 2018 - 09:30 to Friday, 10 August, 2018 - 21:30

Falmouth-Yamaha Jazz Summer School 2018

The Falmouth-Yamaha Jazz Summer School runs over five days and is led by a first-class team of jazz players and educators. The Summer School supports musicians from a wide range of backgrounds and experience who are seeking to further their skills, understanding and appreciation of jazz.

The School takes place in the Academy of Music and Theatre Arts, a purpose-built live venue housing an assembly of flexible theatre spaces, performance, rehearsal and recording studios, amidst the beautiful Cornish landscape.