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All professional classes at The Place are intended for high-level dancers only. These classes offer professional dancers an opportunity to maintain their skills and abilities, network with other professionals and even maybe find new projects to work on.
If you are an amateur dancer, there are lots of other opportunities for you to engage with. Browse our adult classes programme for more information.
These classes require professional standards from participants and early arrival is required for warm up.
Led by dance artist Grace Jabbari the class is based on the heart of world-renowned choreographer Russell Maliphant’s creative process, merging techniques from classical and contemporary dance with principles and concepts from Bodywork and Martial arts.
Grace Jabbari who has worked with Russell Maliphant on several projects including; Sagami commercial Act of Love, Universal Pictures documentary feature film Nuryev, Messum’s Wiltshire, Concel|Reveal (international tour 2017) and Maliphant Works 2.
Born in Reading, Grace trained at Tring Park School for Performing Arts, graduated with a first class BA from Rambert School and a first class MA from Northern School of Contemporary Dance.
In 2015, Grace toured Dracula with Mark Bruce Company, and later played Calypso in the UK tour of The Odyssey.
Working closely with choreographer Holly Blakey, Grace starred in the original creations for Some Greater Class, ABIDE, and Cowpuncher, a collaboration with Blakey, composer Mica Levi and designer Vivienne Westwood.
Other performance work includes; live shows for artists Florence and the Machine, Damien Rice, Naeem fka Spank Rock, Darkstar and Gwilym Gold, Vestige by Wayne Parsons Dance, as well as working on her own movement for short films and music videos. She has also starred in campaigns for Dior, GAP, Selfridges and ZOZO Town Official.
Times: 9 -10.30am
Duration: 90 mins
Venue: at The Place
This event is part of Professional Dance Classes Spring 2019