Contemporary Intermediate (Level 2)
It’s time to discover beautiful dance vocabulary and refined craftsmanship with intermediate-level contemporary!
You’ll get a taste of what it’s like to be a Rambert dancer in these classes based on what the company performs on stage. You’ll explore dynamic centre work, travelling phrases and longer combinations at a faster pace than our foundation class. This programme is for experienced dancers with prior dance and movement knowledge (two years minimum).
- Advance your technique for Foundation level
- Increase flexibility and strength
- Gain confidence in movement
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.
Summer Term Booking information
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: Kate Mummery
Kate trained at Northern School of Contemporary Dance and at The Place. Since graduating she has worked as a dancer, choreographer and teacher, performing with companies such as State of Emergency, Tavaziva Dance, Shane Shambhu, Avant Garde, Carnesky’s Ghost Train and Mimbre. In addition Kate has participated in a number of wide range of R&D projects with artists such as Freddie Opoku-Addaie (choreodrome), Leila McMillan (blue print and resolutions) and Bonnie Oddie (Jackson Lane). Kate is also a qualified reps level 2 and 3 personal trainer and is certified by premier international training.
Kate’s teaching and choreographic experience includes work for Rambert Dance Company, Random Dance, East London Dance, London Studio Centre, The Place, Dance City, Sadler’s Wells and University of Cumbria. She has also supported Xenoula Eleftheriades set up an outreach dance project in Zimbabwe, raising money though an event called Tongue Tied which has allowed the project to continue for over 3 years. In 2014 Kate founded Zamira Kate (zk) Dance Company which received Arts Council funding to create a piece called Mentally Zero. The Company are now in the process of applying for funding to extend and develop their work.