Intensive: Alleyne Dance Company
Monday 13 - Friday 17 November
Alleyne Dance present an intensive five-day training programme, hosted at Greenwich Dance for the first time. The programme provides an opportunity to connect with Kristina and Sadé Alleyne, and to gain an insight into their distinctive movement vocabulary and creative process.
Each day will be split into three parts: Contemporary Class, Repertory and Creative Session. This will be a physically demanding programme involving complex and technical vocabulary, where participants will develop their performance skills, stamina and creative language.
Alleyne Dance are searching for a small number of dancers to join the Intensive as Interns. The selected dancers will have free access to the Intensive, plus the opportunity to work more closely with Kristina and Sadé 15:00-17:30 each day to develop a short solo. These solos will be professionally filmed and available for the dancers to use in training, auditions and other platforms.
To apply for an Internship, please send your CV, a dance video and letter of interest to: email@example.com by 7 October (please use Alleyne Dance Internship Opportunity as the subject of your email)
Alleyne Dance Company
Founded in 2014, Alleyne Dance is an internationally touring, multi-disciplined dance company based in London. The company is renowned for its athletic movement language, inspired by Kristina and Sadé’s work with Akram Khan, Retina Dance Company, Gregory Maqoma and Henri Oguike.
Alleyne Dance is a featured company at HJS Summer Intensive (Amsterdam, NL), ImPulzTanz Festival (Vienna, Austria) and Deltebre Dansa (Spain).
Kristina and Sadé originally trained as athletes for Enfield and Haringey. They began their dance training at The Brit School of Performing Arts and Technology and completed their professional training at Northern School of Contemporary Dance.
After graduating, Kristina and Sadé danced separately for many choreographers and companies both nationally and internationally, including: Tavaziva Dance Company, Arthur Pita, Ijad Dance and Technology Company, African Company Fritti, Helen Parlor, ACE Dance and Music, Chisato Minamimura, Thomas Michael Voss (Tango), State of Emergency, Vincent Mantsoe, Douglas Thorpe, Akiko Kitamura and Antoine Marc.