Contemporary with Kristina and Sadé Alleyne, Henny Jurriëns Studio
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This is a physical Contemporary Class, which will involve strong, complex and technical sequences adjusted to a home environment, focusing on performance and stamina. Each session will begin with a different aspects of movement study, focusing on the articulation of hands, isolations, spirals, breath and flying. Improvisation will also be explored as part of self development, stemming from a physical intention.
Kristina and Sadé are Co- artistic directors of Alleyne Dance based in London. Over the past six years they have built and developed the company, striving for high quality and excellence as they deliver their two main objectives; performance and education work. Alleyne Dance Workshops are taught internationally in over 18 countries through festivals, institutions, companies and venues. Alleyne Dance has created 10 commissions in over 5 counties. Alleyne Dance is currently touring their first work ‘A Night’s Game’ Internationally and UK.They are also in development of their new work ‘Testimonies’ Which premiere’s this year in London as part of a double bill of the two pieces under the title ‘The Other Side Of Me’. Kristina and Sadé Alleyne worked together with Akram Khan Company creating and performing his production iTMOi, Kaash and the London 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony Abide with me. They continues to lead workshops internationally as part of A.K.C.T and is part of the re-staging of Akram’s past productions. Kristina and Sadé joined Wim Vandekeybus Ultima Vez Company in 2018 for the new production TrapTown.
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