This year we have an exclusive line-up of speakers joining us to explore creativity in ballet education and training.
Kenneth Olumuyiwa Tharp OBE, FRSA (Chief Executive, The Place)
Alastair Macaulay (dance critic for the New York Times)
Jonothan Needlands DSc, FRSA (Professor of Creative Education, Warwick Business School)
Pearl Chesterman (Director of Learning, Birmingham Royal Ballet)
Anne Hogan PhD (Director of Education, Royal Academy of Dance)
David Pickering (Education Administrator and Teacher, The Royal Ballet)
Christopher Bannerman PhD (Head of ResCen Research Centre; Chair, ISTD)
Kerry Chappell PhD (Lecturer, University of Exeter; Research Fellow, Open University)
Kim Brandstrup (Choreographer)
Lauren Cuthbertson (Principal, The Royal Ballet) and,
Liam Scarlett (Royal Ballet Artist in Residence)
This third series of seminars, practical demonstrations and panel discussions takes place in October and November. We aim to share practice, provoke questions and stimulate thinking.
Each day can be booked separately or benefit from one of the multiple booking discounts available.