We’re pleased that our partner Springs Dance Company is coming to Cambridge, UK as part of their Christmas tour of Journey of the Magi, with an all-star cast including our very own Dan Cossette… Don’t miss out! Also check out Springs full tour schedule under our upcoming events tab…
After 19 months of Covid-19 lockdowns and restrictions, Infusion was pleased to take to the stage for English audiences just a week ago. Partnering with longstanding friends (we call them our sister company) E33 Dance Company, we were pleased to perform to an wonderful audience at the Battersea Exchange, London.
Audience shared tears of joy and relief, and moments of comfort–many leaving the event saying they felt “lighter” and “fuller.” The show We’re Gonna Be Okay, was devised from personal stories of the dancers, and looking for hope and healing after the tumultuous past year-and-a-half.
Photos: Nick Cornwall
We’re always interested inspiring creativity and helping people be active and mobile! Come along to our live classes. Pilates classes running currently. Dance beginning Sept 6th!
Infusion is pleased to be teaching in Nourish, Springs Dance Company’s online dance event! We will be offering Mime for Dancers, as well as a Modern Dance Mixer for open levels, and intermediate levels. Look for Springs company members as well as master class teachers from around the world contributing fantastic classes to fuel and inspire you. Registration also allows access to daily inspirational thoughts, and panel discussions with artistic directors from around the UK. Don’t miss it!
There’s something for everyone, no matter what level mover or dancer you may be, from beginner adult to professional. Come get nourished!
Join the event here, and choose from a large menu of master classes, panels, devotionals, and more…
We are pleased to announce that our very own Daniel Cossette has won an award from the Arts Council and National Lottery to create new work during lock down, and to make support materials for online classes. We’re very pleased! Sign up for our online dance classes for more information, and upcoming help videos. And stay tuned as information develops on the arts’ sectors return from lock down…!
We were pleased to run specialty one-off workshops for Cambridge Contemporary Dance and Queen’s College Contemporary Dance Society, University of Cambridge over the last two weeks. Master classes by Daniel Cossette of Infusion brought community, students and professionals together to enjoy moving, exploring Graham and Limon inspired movements and core-floor locomotion.
Look for us in London, tomorrow at the Tedx event!
Join us for the day as we explore the theme of Encore at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama for a third year. Last year’s event, Re:Act, was a massive success, with around 2.5 thousand views through the live stream on Facebook, viewers watching from all over the world.
We are inviting you again to one of the world’s top drama schools, opening the doors of Central’s Embassy Theatre for a day of “ideas worth sharing”: talks that will inspire and entertain you. We have selected the best speakers, from a variety of backgrounds and expertise.
Royal Central School
62-64 Eton Avenue
London, London, City of, NW3 3HY
–Springs Dance Company
Infusion is taking a short Michaelmas siesta, but look for our own Dan Cossette in Springs Dance Company’s fabulous Christmas show Journey of the Magi. It will be profound, serene, funny, heart-warming… and remarkably sparkly!
For booking dates and locations, visit our Upcoming Events tab.
Infusion was pleased to participate in the 10th Anniversary Celebration of Trumpington Pavillion. Along with other groups presenting from the Village Hall, we shared some of our mime and dance. We were pleased to be joined by several dancers from our community class who presented work they’ve been learning over the last few weeks. It was great to be involved; we performed for community residents and the Mayor of Cambridge.
Infusion’s Dan and Mel Cossette will participate as dancers in the Counting in Clouds response-in-movement to the Yoko Ono SKY PIECES installation, choreography by Hillary Goodall. Sunday Sept 29th, 12:30pm, 2pm and 3pm. Admission is free.