Coreo Cymru has been delivering a diverse programme of activity since 2012 with highlights shown in this 5 minute promotional video linked on the following page.
The UK dance industry’s leading showcase event, was jointly hosted from 15- 18 March 2016 by the Consortium consisting of Coreo Cymru, Chapter, Wales Millennium Centre, National Dance Company Wales, and The Riverfront Theatre, Newport.
Dance Roads is a European Network dedicated to supporting innovative choreographers, through opportunities to help them emerge onto the international stage.
The Development Commissions programme in partnership with Theatr Iolo, Nofit State Circus and National Theatre Wales aims to support the creation of genre specific works- new circus/dance; work for children & families; and Dance Theatre; with mentoring from Internationally renowned artist Wendy Houstoun.
The Welsh Dance Strand aims to capitalise on the profile raising opportunities at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival by giving greater focus to the diverse range and quality of Welsh dance presented.
The Dance Dome is an innovative project, designed to introduce dance to new audiences through the unique medium of 360º cinema. Conceived and produced in collaboration with 4Pi Productions UK (formerly known as Urban Reaction Research Lab).
Coreo is once again partnering with the Wales Dance Platform consortium, led by Creu Cymru, to host the three-day showcase of independent Wales based dance with up to 45 companies presenting short works between 26 and 28 June 2015.
A co-production with Wales Millennium Centre and Calon TV based on the popular children’s TV animation series Igam Ogam (S4C and Channel 5’s Milkshake) toured across Wales during June and July 2013, with English and Welsh language versions. (Archived programme)
An annual co-production with Wales Millennium Centre, commissioning the work of international and Wales based choreographers, to create site-specific foyer pieces for WMC’s Vaudeville and Music Hall themed Festival – Blysh. (Archived programme)
A dynamic and captivating co-production between Coreo Cymru, Ballet Cymru and The Riverfront Theatre, touring extensively across the UK between May and December 2013. (Archived Programme)
An unique location based performance intervention by Luca Silvestrini’s Protein Dance, re-created in Cardiff’s city centre with local dance artists and community dance groups, presented over a two week period in June 2014.
COREO CYMRU IS THE CREATIVE PRODUCER FOR DANCE IN WALES. A NEW INITIATIVE SET UP TO ENCOURAGE AND MANAGE THE CREATION AND PRODUCTION OF NEW DANCE ACTIVITY, AND TO SUPPORT THE DEVELOPMENT OF WALES BASED ARTISTS AND COMPANIES.
COREO CYMRU IS A MEMBER OF THE NATIONAL DANCE NETWORK, DANCE UK AND THE INDEPENDENT DANCE MANAGERS NETWORK. read more