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Jasmin Vardimon

Associate Artist

Sadler's Wells

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Sadler's Wells

Rosebery Avenue

London, Greater London,EC1R 4TN

United Kingdom

Company Description

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

Background Information

Employment History

Associate Artist

The Place Theatre


Female Artist In the Circle National Dance Awards

Critics


Affiliations

Jasmin Vardimon Company

Artistic Director and Choreographer


Dance UK

Member


Kibbutz Dance Company

Member


Zbang

Founder


Education

Post-Graduate Diploma

Royal Holloway University London


honorary doctorate

The Royal Holloway University


honorary doctorate

University of London


Web References(196 Total References)


Jasmin Vardimon | Jasmin Vardimon Company

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Jasmin Vardimon
Jasmin Vardimon | Jasmin Vardimon Company Jasmin Vardimon Company Jasmin Vardimon Artistic Director "Vardimon is a powerful voice in physical theatre and the daring movements she creates leave scars on the memory" THE GUARDIAN "Jasmin Vardimon seems poised to be the next big popular British export" NEW YORK TIMES Jasmin Vardimon Jasmin Vardimon Jasmin Vardimon Jasmin Vardimon Jasmin Vardimon Jasmin Vardimon Jasmin Vardimon Jasmin Vardimon Jasmin Vardimon In 2013 Jasmin Vardimon received the International Theatre Institute Award for Excellence in Dance in recognition of her choreographic work over recent years. A leading force in British dance theatre for nearly twenty years, she has built a reputation for challenging, exciting and visually stunning dance and continues to add to the body of critically acclaimed, artistically respected yet accessible work both for the company she formed in 1997 and for some of the leading arts institutions she works with across the world. Born and raised on a Kibbutz in central Israel, she was a member of the Kibbutz Dance Company for five years and in 1995 was awarded the prestigious British Council 'On the Way to London' Choreography Award. This was to take her on a journey that saw her move to the UK permanently in the late nineties. At the same time she founded Jasmin Vardimon Company (previously Zbang) for which she has created some of her most memorable work. An Associate Artist at Sadler's Wells since 2006, Jasmin has also been recognised with the positions of Associate Artist at The Place in 1998 and at Yorkshire Dance as a Partner from 1999 - 2005. Jasmin has also been commissioned to choreograph for the Royal Opera House (Tannhäuser, 2010 & 2016), Lyric Opera of Chicago (Tannhäuser, 2015) and for ROH2's OperaShots season with composer Graham Fitkin at the Linbury Studio (Home, 2012). In 2013, Jasmin took on the role of Guest Artistic Director for the first year of the newly formed National Youth Dance Company (NYDC). 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 Certificate at Royal Holloway University London and in 2012 launched JV2, a full-time Professional Development Diploma at her company's home-base in Ashford, and in 2016 a brand new JVIntensive training programme. In 2014 she received an honorary doctorate from the University of London.


Sadler's Wells Theatre - National Youth Dance Company - The Team

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Jasmin Vardimon
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.


Jasmin Vardimon | JUSTITIA

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Jasmin Vardimon - Choreographer / Director / Performer
Currently Associated Artist at Sadler's Wells, Jasmin founded her company in 1997 (previously Zbang), and rose rapidly to became a significant element within the British dance scene. She became an Associate Artist at The Place in 1998, a Yorkshire Dance Partner (1999-2005), received the Jerwood Choreography Award in 2000 and in 2004, following several successful creations, her company received the status of an Arts Council England RFO. As well as choreographing for her own Company, Jasmin has also choreographed for other companies as CandoCo, WID, Bare Bones, Transitions and curated the Dance Ballads Festival at the Oval House. Guy has collaborated with Jasmin in various performances over the last 10 years, combining installation art with dance and video.


Jasmin Vardimon Company | Dance In Israel

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Tags: collaboration, dramaturgy, Guy Bar-Amotz, Jasmin Vardimon, Jasmin Vardimon Company, Jpost, physical theatre, robots, set design, sound installations, Yesterday
Jasmin Vardimon Returns to Israel with "Yesterday" Video: Jasmin Vardimon's Yesterday Jasmin Vardimon started her promising dance career right here in Israel, performing with the Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company while venturing into choreography. In 1995, she won the "On the Way to London" competition for young choreographers, which was sponsored by the Suzanne Dellal Center and the British Council - and shortly afterwards, she found herself headed to Europe and, indeed, on the way to London. There, in 1997, she burst onto the British dance scene with her company, originally titled Zbang and now known as the Jasmin Vardimon Company (JVC). By all accounts, Vardimon has achieved an extraordinary level of success. She was an Associate Artist at The Place in 1998 and a Yorkshire Dance Partner from 1999-2005, and she is currently an Artistic Associate at Sadler's Wells. Over the course of her career, she has received awards for her artistry in both Israel and England, and she has also created works for a variety of dance companies internationally. Jasmin Vardimon's Yesterday. Moving abroad in the mid-1990s, Bar-Amotz studied for his Masters of Fine Art and Vardimon established her company in England in 1997. Sometimes, he notes, "Jasmin is working with me, advising me or doing some movement sequences or choreography for performances that I'm doing inside my own installation. But when it comes to their work for the company, Bar-Amotz says it is Vardimon who comes with the vision. As a dramaturge, Bar-Amotz brings his background in the fine arts to his discussions with Vardimon and other designers involved in each project. I treat them as if they are me and above . . . So I'm the viewer, basically, for Jasmin. And we're doing the work for someone like me and better than me." While Bar-Amotz's constant dialogue with Vardimon may help shape her choreography, it is his extraordinary set designs that are most clearly visible in her productions. "With the set," he clarifies, "I'm trying to build a system, a technological and conceptual systematic arrangement, that's not like making a decoration for the stage. It's more like a tool; it's more like a machine that the choreographer can use." Jasmin Vardimon's Yesterday. In Yesterday, Vardimon uses Bar-Amotz's inventive machine to stunning effect.


The Autumn / Winter 2017 Season at Sadler's Wells

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Sadler's Wells Associate Artist Jasmin Vardimon is set to charm audiences once again this half term as she returns with her joyous and wildly imaginative take on the classic Collodi fairy tale.
With clever humour, engaging drama and witty observations, this theatrically innovative piece takes us on a magical adventure with Pinocchio as he discovers what it means to be human. In Vardimon's trademark choreographic style, breathtakingly physical dancers bring to life the enchanting world of the famous marionette in this visual delight.


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