Lizzi Kew Ross
Lizzi Kew Ross trained at Roehampton and London Contemporary Dance School, and is a choreographer and teacher, and the Artistic Director of Lizzi Kew Ross & Co, formed in 2012.
She teaches on the BA, graduate Diploma and MA courses at at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance.
Recent choreographic credits include December 1952, the graphic score by Earle Brown for Chelsea Space, and performed at the South Bank as part of Move, Choreographing You at the Hayward Gallery, 2010; Harmony of the Spheres at The Royal Observatory, Greenwich. Colourscape on Clapham Common, directed by Stephen Montaque; Please visit the churchyard for Celebrate the City Festival with music by James Keane; Loss of breath at Selfridges Project Ocean; Speak but one word to me, a commission for Dance United in response to the William Morris exhibition; Without Warning, a movement, sound and light piece, inspired by images in Brian Keenan’s memoir, An Evil Cradling at Laban Theatre and at The Old Vic Tunnels, London, with composer Natasha Lohan; Concert Conversations at Royal Academy of Arts, Piccadilly, with dancers and pianists, playing John White’s, First set of Duets 1974. Lizzi co-directed with Douglas Finch, In the Moment Improvisation Festival - 350 performers over three days in site-specific locations; Edgelands, with the British Contemporary Art Group, poets and dancers in response to the theme of urban edgeland and space, opened in Marylebone Crypt in April 2016 and touring nationally till 2018.
Projects for 2017-2019 include Stations of the Resurrection with installation artist Mark Dean for St Pauls Cathedral, and Midnight Closedown, Chance of Rain, with composer Josh Spear, an elegy on the Shipping Forecast for the 150th celebrations of the Cutty Sark at the NMM.
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