In their annual performance the students of Rambert School dance a varied programme ranging across the history of dance, from Bournonville to new works created by both leading contemporary choreographers and current students.
The Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance is renowned for its innovative and individualized approach to dance teaching. Its annual performance is a thrilling opportunity to see emerging young talent dance a captivatingly wide repertory.
The evening will feature work by internationally significant choreographers, including Robert Cohan's seminal work Class, the second half of Mark Baldwin’s elemental Rite of Spring and a new work by Ross McKim, Atonement, with live music by Barry Ganberg. Ballet will be represented by dances from August Bournonville’s exquisite classical masterpiece Napoli. Finally, as always in Rambert School’s performances, there will be work by new works by students, representing the cutting edge of contemporary choreography.