Robert Cohan CBE in conversation with Paul Jackson as part of the Enterprise Lecture Series.
Robert Cohan is the founding father of contemporary dance in Britain. At the age of 90 he is the world’s oldest working choreographer. Inaugural artistic director of London Contemporary Dance Theatre and London Contemporary Dance School, a distinguished dancer teacher, choreographer and advocate for dance, he has shaped the lives of generations of dance artists.
In conversation with his biographer Paul Jackson he will discuss his career which after service in the D Day Landings included 23 years dancing with Martha Graham, work with Jack Cole and Ginger Rogers, and the pioneering work in Britain which has seen the development of the current dance culture.
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Event Start Date: 23 March 2015
Event End Date: 23 March 2015