Yorke Dance Project – Connecting to Cohan

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5th March 2022
Running time: 110 minutes
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Robert Cohan created his final works with dancers almost entirely over Zoom.

Set to music by Nils Frahm and Ólafur Arnolds, these intimate choreographed conversations tell personal yet universal stories of isolation, loss and survival. With Cohan harnessing the power of dance to express the triumph of the human spirit.

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The solos were created during lockdown. Cohan utitlised the time of isolation to film each solo on location to create a series of portraits with the dancers. “Lockdown Portraits” is now a film of seven solos directed by acclaimed documentary maker, David Stewart.

Acclaimed dancers from Yorke Dance Project, The Royal Ballet and Martha Graham Dance Company embody Cohan’s unique choreography, movement that speaks to us all.

‘Lockdown Portraits’ will be performed live as well as screened on film. This special evening includes a live Q&A with members of the company.

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Sat 5 March 2022
Good availability
Starts 19:30
Ends 21:20
Adult
15.00
Disabled
10.00
Over 65s
10.00
Universal Credit
10.00
Student
6.00
Under 18s
6.00

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