Eleanor Duval

Eleanor grew up in France and trained at the Hamburg Opera in Germany and The Rambert school in London. She has danced with The Mark Bruce Company since 2006 performing in productions Sea of Bones, Love and War, Made in Heaven, Dracula, The Odyssey and most recently Macbeth. She has also danced with Dansconnect performing works by Scott Ambler, Jonathan Lunn, Nikki Smedley, Yael Flexer, Kenneth Tharpe, Mark Bruce and Richard Banks as well as various productions at Glyndebourne Opera and The Royal Albert Hall.

Eleanor has been nominated for the National Dance Award's Outstanding Female Modern Performer 2018 for her role as Lady Macbeth.

Eleanor has taught extensively in the South West including Bath Dance College, Tri Art and adult classes in Frome, Somerset. She heads up the education programme at the Mark Bruce Company, developing the residential Summer School for vocational students. Eleanor combines her dancing career with taking care of her three children.

Jonathan Goddard

Jonathan is a professional dance artist, movement director and choreographer who has worked for many major British dance companies including Rambert. He is a founder member of New Movement Collective, Goddard Nixon and has been a tutor at the Architectural Association in London. Jonathan has been nominated for the South Bank Show / Times Newspaper Breakthrough Award in 2007, Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in Dance in 2008, Critics Circle National Dance Award for Best Male Dancer 2011, 2012. He has won the Critics Circle Award for Best Male Dancer twice in 2008 and 2014 and Outstanding Male Performance (modern) in 2014.

As Choreographer credits include Company Chameleon’s Pictures We Make (Linbury Studio Theatre). As a Movement Director: Strange Interlude, Man and Superman, Beaux Stratagem, As You Like It, Sunset at the Villa Thalia (National Theatre), The Cherry Orchard (Roundabout Theatre Broadway), Two Gentlemen of Verona (Royal Shakespeare Company), Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Dance Associate, West End).

Jordi Calpe Serrats

Jordi is originally from Mallorca where he trained in Ballet and Contemporary dance techniques before moving to London and training at the London Contemporary Dance School and at the Rambert School of Ballet & Contemporary Dance.

Since graduation, Jordi has worked with the Richard Alston Dance Company, Yorke Dance Project, National Ballet Ireland, English National Ballet, English National Opera, Royal Variety Show, Hubert Essakow, Anthony Van Laast, Lucy Burge, Aleta Collins, Tim Casson, Opera Holland Park, Lynne Page, Christopher Marney, Drew McOnie, Morgann Runacre-Temple, Arthur Pita and Robert Cohan amongst others.

Film and television credits include the art film The Death Of Pentheus; the art short film Crystal Delays (choreographed by himself); BBC Blast; feature films Acts Of Godfrey and Sunshine On Leith and music video Moves by ‘Bright Light Bright Light’.

Stephen Berkeley-White

Stephen lives in London and works as a dancer and photographer. He studied ballet and contemporary dance at Rambert School and co-founded Triptych Dance Company whilst at college. He went on to work with many choreographers and companies including Lloyd Newson, David Massingham, Diversions, Wayne McGregor (Random Dance), Seeta Patel, V-tol, Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures, Red Rain, Christopher Bruce and with Mark Bruce Company on several productions.

Performance work also includes productions for The National Theatre, The Royal Exchange Manchester, ROH, ENO and Glyndebourne as well as commercial dance projects. Stephen was also in the original cast of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Bombay Dreams, and films include World War Z, Phantom of the Opera, Short Order and Matthew Bourne’s Carman.

In 2005, Stephen studied photography at LCC and became a professional photographer and film maker. Along with this he teaches dance technique at Trinity Laban, London.

Christopher Thomas

Christopher started acting professionally in the West End under directorship of Cameron Mackintosh, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Bill Kenwright. He then danced vocationally at The Royal Ballet School and Rambert School graduating in 2017. Awards include the Charlotte Kirkpatrick Award 2016 and Young Choreographer 2017.

At Rambert School Christopher performed with Rambert Dance Company in Mark Baldwin’s 'The Creation' (Sadler's Wells and Garsington Opera) and Itzik Galili's 'A Linha Curva' (Sadler's Wells). During that time he also worked with Didy Veldman, Mark Bruce, Antonia Grove, Travis C Knight and Arielle Smith. Christopher is establishing his own choreographic process based on ‘method acting’ which aims to give a new emotionally immersive experience for both audience and performer. His recent pieces ‘Behind Closed Doors’, ‘The Dinner’ and ‘Flesh’ were the start of affirming his style.

Christopher co-founded Retrospect Dance Theatre with Hannah McGlashon. The company's first full length work ‘In Light of Those You Love’ premiered at Asylum Chapel, London and sections have been performed across the UK and Europe. Future performances include BlackBox International Dance Festival 2018 (Bulgaria) and Resolution2018 (The Place). The company will premiere ‘In Light of Those You Love’ as a feature length dance film in spring 2018 at Whirled Cinema, London.

Daisy West

Daisy trained at Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance, graduating with a first class honours degree in 2014. Upon graduation she received Akram Khan’s AKX scholarship. Daisy has since been working as a freelance dancer, performing a variety of work.

Performance credits include Northern Ballet, Peter Schaufuss Ballet, BBC Proms at the Royal Albert Hall, Lynne Page Dance and Yorke Dance Project. Daisy has also been working with Will Tuckett, notably having the role of ‘Maria Stahlbaum’ created on her for his immersive nutcracker.

Most recently Daisy performed Sea of Troubles with Yorke Dance Project as part of the Kenneth Macmillan celebrations at the Royal Opera House. Daisy is thrilled to be joining Mark Bruce Company for the 2017/2018 season.

Dominic Rocca

Dominic began dancing at West Berkshire Ballet School and as a part of The Cecchetti Classical Ballet Scholarship Scheme. He was also a member of the National Youth Ballet Company for the 2012-2014 seasons and continued his training at Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance.

Whilst training, he worked with choreographers Mark Bruce, Darren Ellis and Mark Baldwin, and was a recipient of the Charlotte Kirkpatrick award in 2016. Dominic has worked professionally for Jack Philp Dance.

He is excited to be joining Mark Bruce Company for the 2017/18 season.

Hannah McGlashon

Hannah started dancing at the age of 13 at Adagio School of Dance, after playing cricket at county level for a number of years. In 2014 she began her training at Rambert School where she graduated with a first class degree in 2017.

In her second year at the school, Hannah worked on a restaging of Robert Cohan’s Songs, Lamentations and Praises with Robert Cohan and Paul Liburd. During her third year she was involved in the creation of works by choreographers including Darren Ellis, Jenna Lee and Mark Bruce. Also in her final year Hannah worked with Rambert Company, touring A Linha Curva by Itzik Galili in their autumn 2016 season and performing Mark Baldwin’s Creation, a collaboration between Rambert Company and Garsington Opera House at Sadler Wells.

Creatively Hannah has been able to develop choreographically with fellow Company member Christopher Thomas on their own work as co-creators of Retrospect Dance Theatre. They’ve taken their piece In Light of Those You Love to international platforms as well as premiering their first full-length work September 2017. Hannah is very excited to be working with Mark Bruce Company this season.

Carina Howard

Carina began her training at Roshe School and then Gielgud Academy. Whilst at Roshe she performed a new creation by Liam Scarlett and danced alongside Francesca Filpi at the Festival des Andalousies Atlantiques in Morocco. She then went on to train at Rambert School where she graduated with a first.

During her second year, Carina worked with Mark Baldwin on his new piece, The Creation. She was consequently selected to perform the piece alongside Rambert Company at Sadlers Wells in November 2016. In her third year, Carina worked with Mark Bruce, Didi Veldman, and Jenna Lee on the creation of new works for the Rambert graduation show, performed at the Lilian Baylis Theatre, Sadlers Wells, amongst other venues. Carina also choreographed two solos for the BBC Young Dancer 2017 and was selected to perform them in the contemporary category semi-finals. Also during her third year, she worked with Arielle Smith on her new creation, Cradle, which Carina performed in On With The Dance, at the Barbican.

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