Ballet Central

Trapped in flux between the force of the group and the power of the individual, the work echoes relationships between humans and the natural environment. (in between) was first created for the National Youth Dance Company in 2013 and premiered at Sadler’s Wells.

Choreographer – Jasmin Vardimon

A leading force in British dance theatre for twenty years, Jasmin Vardimon has built a reputation for challenging, exciting and visually stunning dance and continues to add to the body of critically acclaimed, artistically respected yet accessible work, both for the company she formed in 1998 and for some of the leading arts institutions she works with across the world.

Born and raised on a Kibbutz in central Israel, she was a member of the Kibbutz Dance Company and in 1995 was awarded the prestigious British Council ‘On the Way to London’ Choreography Award. In the late nineties she created Jasmin Vardimon Company (previously Zbang) and became an Associate Artist at Sadler’s Wells in 2006.

In 2013, Jasmin took the role of Guest Artistic Director of the National Youth Dance Company, whom she continues to support through her company educational programmes for both current NYDC dancers and its alumni. It was for this company Jasmin created (in between).

Her company is regularly funded by Arts Council England, and her work for her company has been commissioned by many leading arts institutions and funding bodies around the world, touring internationally at high profile theatres.

Jasmin has been a Visiting Professor at the University of Wolverhampton since 2011. She developed a Higher Education programme for dancers and actors,

led by her company as a postgraduate certificate at Royal Holloway University London; in 2012 launched JV2, a full-time Professional Development Diploma programme; and in 2016, JVIntensive programme.

In 2014 she received an honorary doctorate from Royal Holloway, University of London and in 2018 an honorary fellowship from the Institute Arts Barcelona.

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