Moving Souls Dance is excited to be working with two British Asian performers and choreographers, Shane Shambhu and Subhash Viman (Morph Dance Company). We are producing their solo tours which are currently either touring nationally or preparing for their premieres in the Midlands. Producing these artists has involved Ginnie collaborating with these artists on their funding applications, providing artistic guidance in the studio with their technical collaborators in lighting and video design and deciding with them the way to market their shows to find new audiences in partnership with venue promoters. Moving Souls Dance wants to support wrap around education and outreach workshops and events to allow participants and audiences to understand the journey these artists want to take with their work.
In working with collaborators such as ACE dance and music, RJC Dance and local festival partners, we offer to submit funding proposals that encourages collaboration to co-create large scale spectacles to reach wider audiences in outdoor festivals and special events. For Carnival 50 this will mean creating large scale carnival costumes as well as dance performances work that can be seen and performed outdoors.
With our future proposal to work in Scotland we hope to use online resources to gather international partners interested to combine art with research inspired by environmental and conservation issues.
Artistic Director and Choreographer, Morph Dance Company I first met Subhash Viman at the Navadisha Conference, where he was performing Morphed as part of the International Dance Festival Birmingham in…View More
I first met Shane Shambhu during my MA studies in the mid 1990s, when he was learning Bharatanatyam dance as a student of Pushkala Gopal, in East Ham. He was…View More