About

CCD2018

Cambridge Contemporary Dance is a collective group of dancers based in Cambridge, UK. The company dancers come from many different artistic backgrounds and have joined forces and energy in one common passion: contemporary dance.
We produce work as a collective; exploring all possibilities that movement has to offer. We are interested in the relationships between movement, space, music and film; and constantly look to challenge our artistic creativity by collaborating with other art forms and artists.

We are proud to be Dance Company in Residence at Homerton College, University of Cambridge, which has officially been our home since 2016. Cambridge Contemporary Dance is driven to develop artistic projects within the Cambridge area. We are often opening our studio doors to anyone who wishes to join our workshop sessions at Homerton College dance studio.
To get involved view here.

Be sure to join our mailing list by emailing cambridgecontemporarydance@gmail.com

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3 comments

  1. Hello,

    I am interested in joining your contemporary dance programme. Please could you give me more information regarding classes, timetables, ect..

    Kind regards,

    Finn Morrell

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  2. What age and experience do you expect auditioning students to have? I was unable to access your list of classes. Any info would be gratefully received. Thanks.

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  3. Hi I woulld be interested to have information about any workshops you run. I used to dance at queens college, but am getting on in years, but nevertheless still love danceing. would you have workshops appropriate for me?

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