High Heart Dance Company is based in Glasgow and is made up of freelance dancers who perform extensively with a variety of dance companies within a wide range of genres; ballet, contemporary, theatre, physical theatre, capoeira, aerial, art installations, film and music video. They collaborate with choreographers, musicians, create their own work and facilitate projects for non-professional dancers in the community.
They are the host ensemble for The Cottier Dance Project, the dance programme of the UK's largest chamber music festival The Cottier Chamber Project.
High Heart Dance and Daniel's Beard revisit FRAY on 12th June at Cottier's Theatre as part of The Cottier Dance Project 2016.
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High Heart Dance Company with Diana Loosmore
We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded Creative Scotland funding to create 'Fray', a piece based on the fight or flight response, in partnership with chamber ensemble Daniel's Beard, and choreographed by Diana Loosmore. The piece will premiere at The Cottier Dance Project in June.
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Wonderful audiences at the Fringe as part of the Made in Scotland Showcase... See the most recent reviews on the Repetoire pages
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Tickets for the Made in Scotland Showcase are now for sale!
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11th - 16th August • 12.30pm
This collaboration brings together multi-award winning Scots' singer Emily Smith, musician Jamie McClennan and the dancers of High Heart Dance Company.
11th - 16th August • 11am
A setting of Tennyson's poem to music by Lenny Sayers, narrated by Jamie MacDougall, with chamber ensemble Daniel's Beard.
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High Heart Dance Company are creating two new works which will premiere at Cottier's Theatre during the WEST END FESTIVAL in June.
Both productions have received Made in Scotland funding to run at the EDINBURGH FRINGE from 11th-16th August...
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A setting of Tennyson's poem to music by Lenny Sayers
narrated by Jamie MacDougall
with chamber ensemble Daniel's Beard.
A joyful fusion of dance and traditional Scots music with
Emily Smith, Jamie McClennan and band.
See the DIARY page for the performance schedule.