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Lest We Forget program wins dance South Bank Sky Arts Awards 2015

Lest We Forget

English National Ballet wins dance South Bank Sky Arts Awards 2015 for Lest We Forget program.

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Southbank Sky Arts Awards 2015 – Tamara Rojo winning speech

“This is a great honour and I’m deeply humbled by it. It is important to say that it is not an award for one individual, or even one team. It has been won by the whole company and I would like to pay tribute to and thank :~

CHOREOGRAPHERS: Akram Khan, Russell Maliphant, Liam Scarlett, George Williamson.

All our COLLABORATORS: Designers, particularly Bob Ringwood, Lighting designers, Composers and Costume makers.

The ORCHESTRA and MUSIC DIRECTOR, GAVIN SUTHERLAND, who is always up for everything and loves dance even more than me.

Our TECHNICAL TEAM, David Baxter, David Richardson and specially our technical director Al Riches, who always tells me all is ok even when I am seeing with my own eyes that it is falling apart, but somehow it is always alright in the end!

My DANCERS AND ARTISTIC TEAM, who embrace every challenge and deliver above all expectations.

TO ALL THE UNSUNG HEROES BEHIND THE SCENES, my Executive Director Caroline Thomson, producers, accountants, HR, development, marketing, costumes, hair and make-up outreach and education … You keep things going so we can all dream.

JUSTIN BICKLE, our Chairman, you are the embodiment of the definition of a philanthropist; A person that seeks the welfare of human kind. He who loves the arts. We could not be here without you and your amazing board.

And to the audience who follow us. We will be performing Lest We Forget from September, in London and around the country, so don’t miss it!

Thank you”.

Posted 1 month, 3 weeks ago at 04:18 PM.

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English National Ballet’s Tamara Rojo profiled in Ballet News

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The series profiles Tamara Rojo, arguably one of the world’s most celebrated and popular dancers, as she takes up her biggest challenge to date – Artistic Director of English National Ballet.

Tamara Rojo will be profiled on 9th May on Sky Arts nd the programme is produced by Suzannah Wander. It has been a lynchpin of arts and culture broadcasting for over thirty-three years, exploring the works of some of the finest living artists, musicians, performers and writers.

“We’re delighted that The South Bank Show returns to Sky Arts with such an extraordinary line-up,” comments Melvyn Bragg. “From David Hare to Alfie Boe, Tamara Rojo to Paula Rego, these remarkable people are among the finest contemporary artists at work today and it has been a huge privilege to secure exclusive interviews and access for the series.”

Posted 2 years, 3 months ago at 05:50 PM.

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Tamara Rojo awarded

Tamara Rojo has been awarded with the Santander Bank Foundation Award for Anglo-Hispanic Relations.

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The Laurence Olivier AWARD – BRANDSTRUP – ROJO “Goldberg Variations” BEST New Dance Production

2010 THE LAURENCE OLIVIER AWARD

– BRANDSTRUP – ROJO “GOLDBERG VARIATIONS” BEST NEW DANCE PRODUCTION

London Theatre Guide – The Priory wins Best New Comedy, Mear, Goldberg and Rambert …

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