“I love Corali’s work, and know to expect innovative, high quality dance, and a style that exemplifies diversity: artistic quality is enhanced by the abilities of the dancers because the style and process is built by them’
Deborah Bestwick, Director, Ovalhouse 2017
Over the last two years, Corali has undergone an upward step-change in growth, output and artistic success. The strength of our artistic ambition and the quality of our practice is reflected in our recent milestone artistic achievements: performing as part of the launch season at the new Switch House, Tate Modern 2016; being programmed for Ovalhouse First Bites season 2017; creating new film works in collaboration with partners, Bethlem Gallery and National Youth Dance Company (NYDC) 2017; Corali’s film and performance work being shown alongside each other in the same programme, at Dance Festival Croydon and The Place 2017.
‘I’m a big fan of Corali, one of my favourite dance companies’ Donald Hutera, Dance Critic, (The Times) 2017
Corali is also building a committed national audience-base with numbers of people seeing our work increasing by 56% from 2015 – 2016. Alongside the increase in attendance, audience comments illustrate how important the quality and innovation of our work is to them. Recent work has been described as ‘full of surprises’, ‘exciting’, ‘perfection’, ‘powerful’ ‘evocative’ and ‘boundary pushing’.