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Making Tracks is IRIE! dance theatre's professional development program for undergraduates, mid-career and professional practitioners. The programs offered through Making Tracks are designed to meet the professional development needs of individuals training and or working in the African/Caribbean dance sector and creative industries. Programs include master classes, summer schools, dance platforms, debates and more, all led by experienced industry professionals and academics and are generally designed for individuals who are proficient in learning and performing dance routines. 
Upcoming Event
Our next scheduled Making Tracks Dance Master Class will feature Kamara Gray who will be delivering an energetic Jazz Dance Master Class on Thursday 25 January 2018. This Master Class will draws on the historical roots of African Dance rhythms.
About Kamara Gray
Kamara Gray is an experienced dance teacher and choreographer who has taught extensively in the UK, Australia and Kuwait. She is Artistic Director of Artistry Youth Dance, a London-based youth dance company. Kamara recently worked an Associate Lecturer at Buckinghamshire New University and City and Islington College where she taught Jazz Dance, Professional Practice, Choreography, and Movement Studies.

She previously worked in Kuwait as a dance teacher and Head of Theatre at the British Academy of International Arts, and introduced the BBO tap dance syllabus and examinations to the country. She has choreographed work for performances including; the Wimbledon International Music Festival; corporate product launches; and performances at 'Move It' dance exhibition.

The Making Tracks Dance Master Class led by Kamara Gray will focus on energetic Jazz dance that draws on the historical roots of African Dance rhythms. The workshop will allow dancers to enhance their technique, musicality, and choreography, through dynamic progressions and sequences.

The workshop will also focus on exploring rhythm and timing, as well as the stylistic qualities associated with the dance form. Vibrant choreography will be incorporated to enable the dancers to develop their artistic interpretation, expression, and performance abilities.
Who's This For
Making Tracks is ideal for you if you're:
  • Proficient in learning and performing dance routines.
  • Trained in at least one form of contemporary dance and practice some form of African or Caribbean dance.
This special Making Tracks Dance Master Class is just £15 or £10 for concessions (i.e., students and unemployed - evidence of status will be required) but places are limited so book now to avoid disappointment.
25 January 2018
Studio One
Moonshot Centre
Fordham Park
Angus Street
New Cross
SE14 6LU
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