WHAT IS IT ABOUT?
First performed in 2015, Untouchable is the first work for a major ballet company by the multi-award-winning Israeli choreographer Hofesh Shechter - a Royal Ballet project The Guardian called ?a milestone commission'. He subverted the hierarchies of traditional ballet and created Untouchable on a 20-strong corps de ballet, who slink and judder through highly energized movement - a fascinating new language born from a marriage of two very different dance styles.
Student Performance. Hofesh Shechter's first work for a major ballet company - a powerful piece for the corps de ballet - receives its first revival.