During the February half term, BCDCY worked with the very talented performer and choreographer Jordan James Bridge to create a new work to be showcased at the Lift Off Dance Festival on 19th March. The piece features 7 of the company’s dancers and looks at ‘electricity’ as a starting point.
Born in Manchester, Jordan was introduced to dance at the age of 14. After his completion of BTEC & A Level Dance, Jordan furthered his training at London Contemporary Dance School where he graduated with a First Class BA Hons in Contemporary Dance. Jordan has performed works by Alexander Whitley, Kerry Nicholls, Tony Adigun, Richard Alston, Delphine Gaborite, Jenna Lee & Hubert Essakow to name but a few. Upon graduating, Jordan joined Alexander Whitley Dance Company where he performed nationally and internationally for the company. As a versatile performer, he has also had the opportunity to work with director Glenn Ball for the SKY ONE Got To Dance advert & intro episode in 2014 in which he was the voguing male. Jordan is currently with Tavaziva Dance Company and has been recently looking to develop his own choreographic voice.
BCDCY will be working again with Jordan in the future and very much looking forward to their performance this Spring.