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In this interview recorded in April 2013, Robert Cohan discusses London Contemporary Dance Theatre's Class, Martha Graham, Company class, ballet, street dance, the spiralling body, jumping and awareness, with Chris Bannerman.
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Duration – 23:33
 
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In the second part of the interview, Robert Cohan discusses London Contemporary Dance Theatre's Forest, "... an experiment, in public, of the various ways of moving the body after you have done this particular kind of training."
Other topics of discussion are breathing, the how of what you're doing ("it isn't what you do, it's how you do it"), presence and projection on stage, and centering of the body.
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Duration – 26:18
 
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Part three of the interview sees Robert Cohan discussing London Contemporary Dance Theatre's Nymphéas, along with texture, choreographing for particular dancers, Robin Howard and coming to London, creating something to rebel against, inner strength, wanting to be in the light, being centred whilst both relaxed and tense, and responsibility in teaching.
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Duration – 29:46
 
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Robert Cohan and Anne Donnelly discuss how dance is taught today, the evolving nature of contemporary dance itself, and the awareness a teacher must have of what the student needs to be taught. Using LCDT's Stabat Mater as an example, Cohan describes the concept behind the piece, the choreography, and the approach to learning it.
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Duration – 38:35
 

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