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Using historical acting techniques to create modern teaching tools for the dramatic training of classical singers. A research project by Dionysios Kyropoulos
Branar is one of Ireland’s leading theatre companies making work for children. Based in the West of Ireland, Branar are renowned for creating highly imaginative and beautiful work.
Green Opera is a charity with a vision for making music and drama in a way that is environmentally sustainable
A Broken Umbrella Theatre is committed to enhancing the vitality of our community, supporting the creative growth of our ensemble, and presenting compelling theatrical events with a commitment to aesthetic rigor, that are inspired by the unique history of New Haven, Connecticut
without leaders there are no followers; nurturing hip hop culture by empowering hip hop artists
Adie Mueller is an actress, theatre maker and teacher/trainer based in the UK.
At Cambridge Junction, audiences and artists experience and explore contemporary performance, popular culture, creative learning, and the rich territories in-between. We are committed to art and entertainment that is up-and-coming, youthful and cutting-edge.
We are a Cambridge based school offering regular classes, workshops and performances in Bharatanatyam, Odissi, Carnatic vocals, the Veena and Bollywood dancing
New International Encounter (NIE) is an award winning international theatre company with offices in Cambridge, UK and Oslo, Norway. We bring together theatre artists from different countries, making use of their cultural background to create energetic, innovative and visually driven performances.
Cambridge Photographer Onur Pinar offers portrait, corporate headshot and commercial photography services
New Zealand born photographers, Amber Hunt and Arnaud Stephenson, have made their home in London (as many kiwis do). Both have an extensive background in dance, albeit from very different perspectives.