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London, Greater London,EC1R 4TN
Sadler's Wells is a world-leading dance house, committed to producing, commissioning and presenting new works and to bringing the very best international and UK dance to London and worldwide audiences. Under the artistic directorship of Alistair Spalding CBE, ... more.
Jasmin Vardimon Company
Artistic Director and Choreographer
Kibbutz Dance Company
Royal Holloway University London
The Royal Holloway University
University of London
Sadler's Wells Theatre - National Youth Dance Company - The Team
The National Youth Dance Company's first Guest Artistic Director in 2013 was Sadler's Wells Associate ArtistJasmin Vardimon. Jasmin Vardimon is a leading force in British dance theatre. Born and raised on a Kibbutz in central Israel, she joined the Kibbutz Dance Company, and in 1995 won a British Council 'On the Way to London' Choreography Award. She moved to London in 1997, where she founded Jasmin Vardimon Company (previously Zbang). Jasmin has been an Associate Artist at Sadler's Wells since 2006. Previously, she was an Associate Artist at The Place in 1998 and a Yorkshire Dance Partner from 1999 - 2005. Jasmin has been commissioned to choreograph for the Royal Opera House (Tannhäuser, 2010) and for ROH2's OperaShots season with composer Graham Fitkin at the Linbury Studio (Home, 2012). Jasmin has been a Visiting Professor at the University of Wolverhampton since September 2011. She developed a Higher Education programme for dancers and actors, led by her company as a postgraduate diploma at Royal Holloway University London and in 2012 launched a full-time certificate course at her company's home base in Ashford.
Sadler's Wells Theatre - People - Associate artists
Jasmin Vardimon Jasmin Vardimon is a leading force in British dance theatre. Celebrated for her uniquely theatrical choreographic style and innovative use of digital technologies, her work is distinguished by her acute observations of human behaviour, insightful humour, provocative, daring and engaging drama. Born and raised on a Kibbutz in central Israel, Jasmin joined the Kibbutz Dance Company and in 1995 won a British Council 'On the Way to London' Choreography Award. She moved to London in 1997 where she founded Jasmin Vardimon Company. Jasmin has also choreographed for Hellenic Dance (Athens), CandoCo, WID, Bare Bones, Transitions and curated the Dance Ballads Festival at the Oval House. She became an Associate Artist of Sadler's Wells in 2006 and was previously an Associate Artist at The Place in 1998 and a Yorkshire Dance Partner from 1999-2005. She is the recipient of numerous awards including: the prestigious Jerwood Choreography Award (2000); the Jerwood Foundation's 'Changing Stages' Award (2004); a nomination for Best Female Artist at the Critics' Circle National Dance Awards (2003); The London Arts Board 'New Choreographers' Award (1998); The Colette Littman Scholarship Award (1997); The Havatzeleth Foundation Scholarship (1997 & 1995); and the America-Israel Foundation Choreography Scholarship (1989 & 1991).
Jasmin Vardimon Company Makes Peak Performances Debut | Ellen Jacobs Associates
Pina Bausch has left her imprint both visibly and invisibly on many contemporary choreographers including Jasmin Vardimon, whose London-based troupe Jasmin Vardimon Company makes its American debut (if you don't count a blink-of-an-eye stint in Texas) at Peak Performances with "Freedom" (definitely an American premiere), April 18-21.
"Freedom," which received its world premiere at Sadler's Wells in London, where Vardimon is an associate artist, questions the notion of "freedom" itself. What does it mean? How does it relate to its opposite: imprisonment? The dance asks these questions through a series of enchanting tableaux that include dancing fireflies, wolves in yoga pants, plants that transform into snakes, a surfer who mistakes his girlfriend's body for a surf board, a ballerina who initially mistakes industrial tubing for wings and a swan with an attitude-and altitude-problem. It is surreal, whimsical, nightmarish, witty and fun. Vardimon also serves as the work's sound designer. JASMIN VARDIMON (ARTISTIC DIRECTOR), who was born and raised on a Kibbutz in central Israel, joined the Kibbutz Dance Company, and in 1995 won a British Council 'On the Way to London' Choreography Award. She moved to London in 1997 where she founded Jasmin Vardimon Company (previously Zbang). She has been an associate artist at Sadler's Wells since 2006. Previously, she was an associate artist at The Place in 1998 and a Yorkshire Dance Partner from 1999-2005.
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Jasmin Vardimon has been Associate Artist of Sadler Wells since 2006.
Jasmin Vardimon, the artistic director of the Jasmin Vardimon Company has been an Associate Artist of Sadler's Wells for many years.
Her company was founded in 1997, and has since gone on to tour extensively throughout the UK and Europe as well as other parts of the world.