As part of thier October Intensive, the students from the Exeter Contemporary Programme of the Swindon Dance Centre for Advanced Training – CAT will be working with Adam Rutherford and Charlotte Eatock!
Adam is a freelance creative practitioner. Originally from Portsmouth he trained at Trinity Laban and was part of Transitions Dance Company, Since graduating from Laban he has worked with, and performed works created by, many high profile choreographers including Matthew Bourne, Tamsin Fitzgerald and Hofesh Schecter.
Charlotte worked extensively with Henri Oguike Dance Company and Richard Alston Dance Company both as a performer and teacher, she has choreographed for many youth companies and performed her own work for GDA Cabaret, Latitude Festival, and The Place Prize to name a few. Charlotte currently teaches at Plymouth University along with creating film based dance work of her own and continues to teach for Richard Alston Dance Company.
Welcome Adam and Charlotte National Centres for Advanced Training in Dance @natdancecatuk