Two-hour Christmas Themed Variations Masterclass with Marianela Nunez

Treat yourself to an early Christmas present and join world renowned Ballet Star Marianela Nunez for this Christmas-themed Variations Masterclass, in-studio at Danceworks or live streamed online. This is an opportunity exclusive to Danceworks to learn first hand from the very best.

BOOKING INFORMATION

Sunday 18th December | 2:30-4:30

Open to all dancers from age 13* of intermediate level + (all ages and levels online).

*under-16’s with parental permission. 

Fee: £10 online (in studio is now sold out)

Marianela Nunez Biography

Marianela Nuñez was born in Buenos Aires and began dancing at the age of three. When she was six she began training at the Teatro Colón Ballet School, joining the Teatro Colón company aged 14. She took on corps and soloist roles and toured internationally, both with the company and as a guest artist with Maximiliano Guerra.

Argentine dancer Marianela Nuñez is a Principal of The Royal Ballet. She joined The Royal Ballet Upper School in 1997 and joined the Company in 1998, promoted to First Soloist in 2000 and to Principal in 2002 aged 20. She has performed all the leading roles in the classical, dramatic and contemporary repertory, to name a few some include works by Frederick Ashton, George Balanchine, John Cranko, Wayne McGregor, and Jerome Robbins.

Some of Nuñez’s awards include Best Female Dancer at the 2005, 2012 and 2018 Critics’ Circle National Dance Awards, Konex de Platino for Best Dancer of the Decade in Argentina in 2009 and the María Ruanova Award in 2011. She received the 2013 Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in Dance, in recognition of her performances in Viscera and in roles created on her in Aeternum and ‘Diana and Actaeon’(Metamorphosis: Titian 2012).

Link will be sent out 30 minutes before the online class starts.

Please note that Danceworks accepts no liability for injuries or other issues arising from taking part in its in studio or online classes.
Cancellations are accepted up to 48 hours in advance of the class after which no credit will be offered.