Many dance companies are now back in studios across the globe and live performances are beginning to take place . Additionally, many companies and artists are also streaming work on-line, so do check in for updates on the link:
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Katarzyna Kozielska to premiere a new piece for Tulsa Ballet as part of Creations in Studio K marking her American debut 9-19 September.
Stephanie Martinez to premiere a new piece for TBII, the second company of Tulsa Ballet, as part of Creations in Studio K 9-19 September.
Ihsan Rustem to preview a new piece commissioned by Carmel Dance Festival for Ballare Carmel on 18 September.
Robert Bondara to premiere his Rite of Spring for Ballett Chemnitz on 24 September with additional dates until April 2022.
Chris Rudd's Touché to be performed live by ABT in New York 26-30 October.
Andrew McNicol to premiere Awakenings - four short contemporary ballets for McNicol Ballet Collective on 13 November at Bloomsbury Theatre, London with additional performances in London on 14 November and 21 November at Hull New Theatre.
Morgann Runacre-Temple & Jessica Wright (Jess and Morgs) to choreograph & direct Coppélia for Scottish Ballet. Commissioned by the Edinburgh International Festival, Coppélia will have its world premiere in 2022, followed by a national tour.
Daniela Cardim's Imminent, created for Birmingham Royal Ballet to be performed live at Sadler's Wells 4-6 November.
Emma Bailey to do stage and costume design for Ad Absurdum, an evening of ballets, for Ballet am Rhein premiering on 17 November with additional performances to 16 January.
René Salazar to design costumes for National Ballet of Portugal's Alice in Wonderland 4-23 Dec.
Morgann Runacre-Temple to premiere a new ballet, Der Wolf, for Ballet Opera Graz 4 December with additional performances to 23 January 2022.
Frank Moon to arrange the music.
"Connecting with Assis was the best thing I could have done in my position as a theatre producer and a mentor of young theatre artists. Assis consistently went above and beyond, whether it was making unscheduled time for me or my students, or connecting me to arts organizations, producers and artists. She offers a wealth of knowledge and invaluable advice, and her compassion for the struggle and challenges of a first-time producer at EdFringe was a life preserver in a massive ocean of unknowns. "
Kelly Daniels - Director, Creator, Educator
"Assis has an incredible amount of knowledge and expertise in the wider arts sector. As somebody coming from an arts organisation I had much to learn and understand about the freelance world in dance. Thanks to Assis’ mentoring I have already learnt so much, I feel more confident in my capabilities and know that I can always turn to her for guidance."
Stina Quagebeur, Associate Choreographer & First Soloist, English National Ballet
"As a mentor, Assis understood who I was and helped me grow as a choreographer and widen my horizons. Not only has she an impressive network but her expertise helps me keep my eyes open not to miss any opportunity and establish a strategy to keep growing. I feel so well taken care of thanks to her availability and kindness."
Constant Vignier - Choreographer & Dancer, Scottish Ballet