Tavaziva is looking for one male dancer to join the company to perform at Wilderness Festival on 3rd August 2018, includes a free festival weekend ticket.
Tavaziva is a contemporary-African dance company led by Zimbabwean-born Bawren Tavaziva. His unique and powerful style is a synthesis of ballet, contemporary and African dance and demands dancers with strong technique.
Applicants must have attended professional dance training for at least 3 years and have strong contemporary dance technique. African dance styles will be an advantage.
Suitable applicants will be invited to attend company class on Wednesday 20 June and Thursday 21 June, 10.30am-12pm.
The contract will be offered on a freelance basis. Fee available on request.
Tavaziva’s professional class returns and Bawren Tavaziva will be leading an hour and a half class incorporating his unique synthesis of ballet, contemporary and African dance styles. Get ready for a highly energetic and physically challenging contemporary class that will raise your fitness levels.
Dates: 20th & 21st June, 27th & 30th & 31st July, 1st August and 20th &21st September
Location: Caius House, 2 Holman Rd, Battersea, London SW11 3RA
Bawren Tavaziva gives insights into the creation of #IZINDAVA on One Dance UK’s news page this week, as it makes its way to Newcastle’s Dance City. Take a read in preparation for the upcoming performances.
Bawren and Company Dancer Yaa Appiah-Badu worked with a group of boys aged 11-16 in February half term to create and choreograph dance, and learn film-making skills by experts from our project partners Chocolate Films. The boys not only performed their final piece at Laban in Greenwich, but also documented the process and performance, sharing their experience through film.
On tour this spring, former Tavaziva dancer Anna Watkins presents OATH. Three contemporary dance works, which include a short dance film in collaboration with Film Oxford.
20 April 7.30pm Swindon Dance
25 April 7.30pm Watermans, London
4 May 7.30pm Pegasus Theatre, Oxford
From evolution theories transitioning into modern man to the equality of women. Our behaviours and instincts in society. Celebrating 100 years since women were able to vote. It’s time we all made a change. Click here for more information and how to book.
Celebrating 70 years since the MV Empire Windrush landed at Tilbury Docks in 1948, the show contributes to the Black Lives Matter movement and takes a journey through the Black experience. Click here for more information and how to book.
A unique synthesis of ballet, contemporary and African dance styles lead by either Bawren Tavaziva, rehearsal Assistant Lisa Rowley or ballet class with guest teachers. Be ready for a highly energetic and physically challenging contemporary or ballet class that will raise your fitness levels.