17 October 2021 10.00 - 13.00
African Movement and Technique with Tavaziva (for age 13-16)
The RAD are delighted to be collaborating with Tavaziva to deliver an African Movement and Technique workshop to dance students, as they tour their latest work, BOY’S KHAYA.
Bawren’s unique style is a choreographic synthesis of ballet, contemporary and African dance; a language which his dancers articulate with athletic physicality, technical precision and grace.
In this workshop, participants will be taken through the Tavaziva company warm up, before exploring company repertoire to further inspire creativity through a number of choreographic focused tasks.
Date: Sunday 17 October 2021
Time: 10.00am – 1.00pm
Venue: RAD headquarters, 36 Battersea Square, SW11 3RA
Teacher: Artistic Director, Bawren Tavaziva will be delivering this workshop, alongside a company dancer.
Who can attend?
Students ages 13-16 with previous dance experience. This is a great opportunity for students studying for a dance GCSE, or those studying the RAD Intermediate Foundation – Intermediate vocational graded syllabus, or the equivalent.
Please ensure you check the ticket details carefully. If the ticket you wish to book appears sold out, please apply online for the Waiting List Ticket. The team will contact you should a suitable place become available.
Please read and familiarise yourself with our Terms & Conditions before you apply.
Please note, in the event of injury or medical emergency during the activity a qualified First Aider from Royal Academy of Dance will provide necessary treatment and assistance to the participant. Please see our Terms & Conditions for further information on this.
Get in touch: email the team at email@example.com. Please enquire if you are interested in participating online.
|GCSE dance students or those with previous ballet or contemporary dance experience||13-16 years||10.00 - 13.00||3 hours||£16 + Eventbrite booking fee|
“I learnt to move parts of my body in different ways which was fun and new!”
“Lots of fun, combined with a fascinating immersion in music”
“The teacher was engaging and made me feel very comfortable”