Contemporary Open Level
Get the Rambert experience with our current company members as this new class offers participants an insight into the company’s preparation for performance.
Each week’s class, led by either Hannah Rudd or Liam Francis, will take inspiration from a different Rambert work with exercises exploring the movement language and choreography of the chosen piece.
Class level: this is an open level class, but we recommend that participants have basic dance knowledge
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.
Meet the Teacher: Rambert dancer Liam Francis
From: Brighton, UK
Joined Rambert: 2014
Previous companies: Zoo Nation Dance Company
Training: London Studio Centre, Zoo Nation Dance Company
Rambert highlight: Goat, by Ben Duke, being nominated for an Olivier Award
Career highlights: Performing in many ZooNation shows since 2009 and being Resident Director and one of the choreographers for ZooNation Youth Company’s 2013 show Groove On Down The Road at the Queen Elizabeth Hall. Liam has also worked extensively in commercial dance, performing with various artists and on many TV programmes. In 2015, Liam was featured as the UK entry for the European Newcomer of the year in Tanz magazine’s international Critics’ Survey.
Meet the Teacher: Rambert dancer Hannah Rudd
From: Ipswich, UK
Joined Rambert: 2011
Previous companies: Ballet Ireland, Michael Clark Company, Scottish Ballet
Training: The Royal Ballet School
Career Highlights: Touring extensively throughout Europe, Asia and America with The Michael Clark company, and performing at The Lincoln Centre in New York. Whilst at Rambert, Hannah has performed the role of ‘Ruby Tuesday’ in Christopher Bruce’s iconic Rooster. She has also co-created and performed leading roles in works by Mark Baldwin, Kim Brandstrup (the award-winning Transfigured Night), Merce Cunningham, Aletta Collins, Ben Duke, Malgorzata Dzierzon, Adonis Foniadakis, Itzik Galili, Shobana Jeyasingh, Ashley Page, Didy Veldman and Alexander Whitley.