National Dance Company Wales (NDCWales) has made it possible for audiences across the UK and internationally to watch the full length new work by internationally renowned Marcos Morau, Tundra, which was performed as part of the large spectacle P.A.R.A.D.E. a few weeks ago.
P.A.R.A.D.E. created by NDCWales and Marc Rees, was one of the flagship events in Wales’ Russia ’17 programme, marking the centenary of the Russian Revolution. And like the original Parade, it sees a supergroup of artists and companies – NDCWales, Marc Rees, BBC National Orchestra of Wales, Rubicon Dance and Dawns i Bawb, choreographer Marcos Morau, graffiti artist Pure Evil, architectural designer Jenny Hall, aerialist Kate Lawrence and composer Jack White – joining forces to recreate, with a Welsh twist, one of the most revolutionary episodes in 20th Century culture. Highlights were recently shown on BBC FOUR and the programme is still available on BBC iPlayer.
TUNDRA is now being streamed for the first time in full across Vimeo and YouTube.
The broadcasts are part of ground-breaking partnership with The Space, the organisation working to help reach new audiences through digital technologies which is supported by the BBC and Arts Council England.
Later in the year the highlights of P.A.R.A.D.E. will also be available via the NDCWales website and social media sites. The full version of Tundra can be currently viewed via the P.A.R.A.D.E. mini site
Vimeo – https://vimeo.com/244332643