Carmen – my personal adaption of the dramatic Bizet’s opera Carmen into a fiery Paso Doble dance
Sounds of castanets and the march of a Toreador – that’s the vibe of our opening dance show ‘Carmen’ today at the Masquerade Ball at the Kensington Close Hotel! To the tunes of Bizet’s Opera, we will be… Read More
The latest chapter of my creative journey – The World Dance Championship in Moscow!
Yet another year we are privileged to be chosen to represent France at the World Dance Championship in Kremlin, Moscow! For me, this journey always brings nostalgic memories of growing up in the Soviet Latvia, when my father… Read More
Strictly Come Voting! The European Union through the paradigm of a professional dancer.
by Diana Buraka As a performer, I see no harm in making emotional decisions, but when it comes to serious matters such as Britain’s membership of the European Union, the arguments should be more pragmatic than those of… Read More
Creative people believe in Europe and wish for Britain to remain in the EU
by Diana Buraka Britain’s leading role on the global cultural arena can only be reinforced if Britain remains part of Europe. To a large extent, Britain has carved out its leading role in the creative industry thanks to… Read More