About the Choreographic Workshop
The National Ballet of Canada's Choreographic Workshop is a platform that provides National Ballet dancers and independent choreographers the opportunity to create works in collaboration with the company’s artists, music and production staff, within the National Ballet’s facilities. Established in 1969, the workshop has been the artistic beginning for many acclaimed choreographers including James Kudelka, Dominique Dumais, Matjash Mrozewski, John Alleyne, Bengt Jörgen and Jean Grand-Maître.
The Choreographic Workshop is facilitated by Robert Binet, National Ballet Choreographic Associate with mentors from the Toronto dance community.
If you have any questions about the Choreographic Workshop, please email CreativAction@nboc.ca.