Springs Summer School

We were pleased for Infusion’s Dan Cossette to be teaching for Springs Dance Company at their annual London Summer School. This brought aspiring dancers, and first time movers, from across England and Scotland, to receive technique instruction and creative/choreographic activities. The students developed their own dance which they presented before the main company’s evening performance at the end of the week. Springs performed Bread of Life, a beautiful depiction of Christ and the community and relationship he seeks with his disciples through the entryway of the bread and the wine. Following a similar theme the students brought vibrant images of unity-through-beautiful diversity as they explored their theme, One Body, One Church. Individuals’ movement blended into ensemble designs, before a network of connected dancers became so entwined that even a slight movement from a single member of the structure sent echoes through the entire formation. Great job dancers!

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Bread of Life

Infusion is part of Springs Dance Company’s Bread of Life tour! We’re going quite a few places, so be sure to check out our upcoming events tab for the whole tour schedule. Meanwhile, we’re pleased to be hosted by City Church, Cambridge who kindly wrote this:

“After delighting us last year with their performance of “Inside Out”, Springs Dance Company are coming back to City Church Cambridge with another of their shows. This time they will be bringing us “Bread of Life” – an uplifting and thoughtful response to the invitation ‘Come and eat’. This is a powerful dance performance that explores a message at the heart of the Christian tradition of the Communion/Eucharist in a thought-provoking and innovative way. It is a visual and timeless expression of Jesus’ continual presence and his desire to be with us; a mesmerising reminder that the invitation came from Him, and offers an expression of a community with Him and with each other.

Come, bring your friends, and watch Dan Cossette and colleagues as they provide food for thought through the medium of contempory dance just in time for Easter.”

Saturday 8th April
7pm-9pm with performance starting at 7.30pm and lasting about an hour.
Tickets £5 (Under 16s free) available on the door.
Refreshments provided

City Church Cambridge, 12-18 Cheddars Lane, Cambridge, CB5 8LD