• Congratulations to ACE Youth member Chelsea Gordon!

    Posted on April 28, 2016

    Chelsea Gordon is one of our ACE youth graduates who we are proud to announce, has recently been offered a position at both Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Dance and Music and London School of Contemporary Dance. Chelsea started with ACE youth in October 2013 having a small amount of experience with dance, taking part in […]

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  • ACEspace: how could you use our studio?

    April 25, 2016

    ACE dance and music recently caught up with Street Step’s Operations Manager, Kiran Basra, who uses our versatile studio, ACE space. Street Step uses a combined dance fitness and employability programme to tackle youth unemployment in Birmingham, London and Glasgow.  They deliver a 14 week programme to support people, aged 16-24 who face social-economic barriers […]

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  • Day 5: A Successful End to Research and Development Week

    April 19, 2016

    On the final day of research and development of ACE’s brand new production TEN we received an abundance of positive reactions during our industry sharing session, where the dancers performed for Arts professionals from across the country. The feedback was incredible, with viewers commenting that the piece was grounded and intimate with masses of tension […]

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  • Day 2: Research and Development Week

    April 13, 2016

    An Interview with Dancers Ciara Baldwin and Nathan Bartman  It’s day two of ACE dance and music’s Research and Development week for our brand new production, TEN. The studio is filled with an exciting collection of talented and enthusiastic dancers, who are working closely with choreographer Jose Agudo throughout the week, along with Artistic-Director Gail […]

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  • Day 1: A week of Research and Development led by Jose Agudo

    April 12, 2016

    The ACE studio was brimming with energy on Monday, 11th April, with the start of an exciting week of research and development led by choreographer Jose Agudo, who will be choreographing ACE dance and music’s upcoming dance production, TEN. Jose and the team have been working on a range of exciting ideas and movements, which […]

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  • TEN: Behind The Scenes of ACE dance and music’s New Production for 2016

    March 8, 2016

    Following on from the success of our sell-out UK tour of MANA in 2015, ACE dance and music have returned to the studio to start work on a brand new production for 2016.  The production is called TEN, in celebration of it being our tenth dance production, which is a milestone for ACE dance and music, especially as we will be entering into […]

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  • Iona’s ‘Artist in Residence’ Diary: Week 2 at the Flatfoot Dance Company in South Africa

    February 15, 2016

    ACE dance and music’s Education Officer and Company Dancer, Iona Waite, has completed her second week working with the Flatfoot Dance Company in Durban, South Africa, as an Artist in Residence, which is proving to be a life changing experience for Iona. During her ‘amazing’ second week, Iona completed her rewarding work with a local orphanage and has also been taking part in […]

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  • Iona’s ‘Artist in Residence’ Diary: Week 1 at the Flatfoot Dance Company in South Africa

    February 11, 2016

    Time flies when you’re having fun! And this is especially true for ACE dance and music’s Education Officer, Iona Waite, who is currently enjoying a month-long visit to Durban in South Africa as an Artist in Residence at Flatfoot Dance Company. Iona has already achieved and experienced so much in her first week working with the Flatfoot Dance Company, which is part of […]

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  • INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY: Dance Internship 2016

    January 28, 2016

    ACE dance and music is a national touring company and registered charity based in the UK. We are an internationally recognised leader in the field of Contemporary African and Caribbean Dance. Our signature style is Afro-fusion – dance which is rooted in traditional forms yet expressed through a purely contemporary lens. By combining African & […]

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