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Kenneth Tindall

Looking at the first Choreographic Lab at Northern Ballet with choreographers from Scottish Ballet and The Royal Ballet.
Segments from the second week of video diaries kept by the choreographers taking part in the laboratory. To see their full diaries click on the button when it appears on screen. Background music: Easy Lemon by Kevin MacLoed, Creative Commons 3.0 by attribution.
The choreographers in the lab are keeping video diaries to let us know about what they're doing, their inspiration, progress and more. Click a title to see the video...
Kenneth Tindall is currently in Berlin with dancers Dreda Blow and Giuliano Contadini for the Tanzolymp International Choreography Contest with his pas de deux, Forbidden Fruit.
Premier Dancer Kenneth Tindall retires at the end of this season. Ahead of his farewell performance on Saturday, 2 May in Milton Keynes we’ve asked him about his best moments with the Company and plans for the future.
Northern Ballet is delighted to announce the four budding choreographers to take part in the Company’s inaugural Choreographic Laboratory, Tell Tale Steps. Northern Ballet Premier Dancer and Choreographer Kenneth Tindall, former Royal Ballet First Artist Ludovic Ondiviela and Scottish Ballet dancer Constant Vigier have all been nominated by their companies.
The Architect was been Kenneth Tindall's third commission for Northern Ballet. This short film highlights the powerful choreography and design of the work.
Northern Ballet’s Premier Dancer, Kenneth Tindall, is to retire from Northern Ballet after 14 years with the Company. One of Britain’s emerging choreographic talents, award-winning Kenneth is moving on to a career as a Freelance Choreographer after gaining recognition for his work with Northern Ballet and other artists.  His farewell performance will be as Heathcliff in Claude-Michel Schönberg and David Nixon OBE’s Wuthering Heights at Milton Keynes Theatre at 7.30pm on Saturday 2 May 2015.


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