Contemporary Foundation (Level 1)
Ready for those swings, spirals and torso contractions?
Dive into contemporary dance technique with a dynamic class which offers colourful movement phrases, travelling sequences, floor work and improvisation inspired by Rambert’s repertoire. This class is an enjoyable way to deepen your contemporary dance knowledge through practice. We recommend that movers have one year of contemporary dance experience before attending.
- Improve your musicality
- Develop your performance quality
- Increase your balance and coordination
Full term enrolment (12 weeks): £160.00
Online booking for the spring term has now closed. Please call 020 8630 0600 to reserve your place.
Priority booking opens Monday 25 February at 12 noon
General booking opens Monday 4 March
Booking options are not the same for all classes, and options are always subject to availability.
If you have any further questions please call the reception desk on 020 8630 0600.
Meet the Teacher: Carolyn Bolton
Joined Rambert: 2013
Previous companies: Wideman/Davis Dance Company, USC Dance Company, Spartanburg Ballet, Unbound Dance Company
Training: Béjart Ballet Lausanne, University of South Carolina, Martha Graham School of Contemporary Dance, South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities
Rambert highlight: Performing as Guest Artist with Julie Cunningham and Company at the Barbican in May 2018.
Career Highlights: In 2013 Carolyn danced for Queen Elizabeth II at the opening ceremony of Rambert’s new building in the South Bank. Since joining Rambert Carolyn has had the privilege of dancing roles in Merce Cunningham’s Sounddance and The Event staged by Jeannie Steele. She has performed works by Ashley Page, Tim Rushton, Christopher Bruce, Itzik Galili and Vaslav Nijinksy and has also created roles in works by Mark Baldwin including Dark Arteries and The Strange Charm of Mother Nature, Shobana Jeyasignh’s Terra Incognita, and Ben Duke’s Goat. In 2017 she performed at the Operaestate Festival Veneto Bassano del Grappa and has since performed as a guest artist with Julie Cunningham and Company for their 2018 season at the Barbican.