A brand new dance piece will be presented at The Print Room Theatre in February 2013. FLOW explores unique properties and different states of water, and reveals the dynamic relationship of mankind to this essential element, the most valuable of commodities.
Choreographed by Hubert Essakow, designed by Tom Dixon and composed by Peter Gregson.
Float Dance (2012)
A unique evening at London's City Hall as choreographer Hubert premiered his new dance work inspired by the images from Dance in Focus with music from the latest release on the Nonclassical label: 'Cello Multitracks', composed by Gabriel Prokofiev and performed live by cellist Peter Gregson.
Transitions is the postgraduate dance company of Laban conservatoire, featuring some of the school's best dancers in their first professional outing. In this show, celebrating the thirtieth anniversary of the company, the dancers perform diverse works by ex-Royal Ballet member Hubert Essakow, Taiwanese choreographer Shang Chi Sun and Berlin-based Martin Nachbar.
Tate Britain (2012)
The Print Room presented the world premiere of an innovative collaboration between dance and visual art, inspired by Alain Robbe-Grillet's novel 'JEALOUSY'.
Sculptor Laurence Kavanagh's installation created the environment for four new pieces of dance by emerging choreographers: James Cousins, Hubert Essakow, Daniel Hay Gordon and Morgann Runacre-Temple.
Jealousy explored relationships to objects, images and architecture as a means to represent internal states of the human psyche.
City of Lost Angels (2010)
Presented at the The Print Room Theatre, Notting Hill. In collaboration with the haunting vocals of singer Petra Jean Phillipson, this underworldly staging, a dance piece-cum-gig entitled City of Lost Angels, was choreographed by Hubert Essakow and directed by Dan Ayling.