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(In)visible Dancing

(In)visible Dancing

An unique location based performance intervention by Luca Silvestrini’s Protein Dance, re-created in Cardiff’s city centre with local dance artists and community dance groups, presented over a two week period in June 2014.
(In)visible Dancing seemingly grows out of everyday life, developing from what looks like ‘incidental’ strange behaviour on the street to a fully fledged dance experience that engages with the architecture of the location. These interventions will be performed twice daily in the city centre between 18 -21, and 24 -26 of June and will develop as the project continues. (In)visible Dancing then becomes Visible Dancing, a big-splash finale event engaging 80+ local amateur/community performers in a high profile performance display on the final day of the project Saturday 28 June at 3pm.

(In)visible Dancing will offer places to six Wales based emerging dance graduates who will work with Protein’s company of six dance professionals to create short dance theatre pieces presented to the public over the ten-day period. This extraordinary project offers Wales based emerging dance artists an opportunity to gain performance experience, work with one of the UK’s leading dance theatre companies and make connections with the dance sector in Wales.

The audition will take place in Cardiff between 10.30am and 1.30pm on Friday 11 April by invitation only. Please email your CV and complete the application form here Community dance groups wishing to get involved please contact Carole at carole@coreocymru.com to express your interest.

(In)visible Dancing documentary film http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0HvMdfmErQM


Coreo Cymru and Wales Millennium Centre are seeking five professional dancers with strong performance skills and technique for a three-week project led by internationally renowned choreographer Javier de Frutos. Applicants should be Wales based or previously based in Wales and have at least three years professional dance experience.

The project will involve creating a site-specific foyer production accompanied with live music from a popular Welsh band for Wales Millennium Centre’s annual summer festival Blysh.

The main contract period is between 30th June and 20th of July 2014 and a fee of £1,275 is being offered with a potential new contract for open-air festival touring the following year. The audition will take place in Cardiff between 2pm and 5pm on Tuesday 27th May by invitation only. Please email your CV and complete the application form linked here

emailing it to info@coreocymru.com on later than 5pm on Friday 16 May. Successful candidates will be notified of their audition place by Tuesday 20 May.

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