Sonia Sabri Company is an award winning leading dance and music company based in the UK, acclaimed internationally. The work stems from Kathak dance and Indian music inspired by the current cultures of the west and east, collaborating with artists from all corners of the world and crafting unique and distinctive dance and music experiences. The company is committed to making work with dance and Live music at the core of it, and extending further through beautiful set and lighting design, costume, digital artistry, and technology to mention a few of the features.
What it does:
Create & tour work
Through integrating contemporary inventions and ideas into high quality productions, the Company's work is exciting and relevant to audiences of all ages, experiences and cultural backgrounds. The Company is committed to presenting energetic work with live music wherever possible with excellent percussion, vocals or soundscapes. We tour work to major venues as well as reach new audiences through rural touring.
Provide learning & participation opportunities
SSCo continues to provide meaningful, multidimensional learning and participatory opportunities for people of all ages, abilities and levels of experience.
Our enjoyable, informative kathak, music, storytelling and film making workshops give participants the chance to develop new creative skills and confidence. We offer a range of exciting workshops, master classes and training for schools, community groups, HE/FE establishments and emerging dancers and musicians.
SSCo works with a number of partners, individuals and organisations to create bespoke performance and events. Sonia Sabri has choreographed and directed dance for; film and music videos, site specific and unconventional spaces, ‘flash mob’ performances, festivals and interdisciplinary artforms.
SSCo is also available for corporate events and bespoke programmes.. Please contact the company for more information or to discuss your requirement.
202 Moseley Street , Birmingham
England , United Kingdom
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