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Award-winning choreographer to visit UCLan

30 September 2015

Rachel Atkinson

Italian Riccardo Buscarini will perform on 12 October  

An award-winning choreographer is performing in Preston for one night only.

Italian Riccardo Buscarini will be performing No Lander at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) on 12 October.

The performance, which is a tribute to the choreographer’s classical studies, is a melancholic and subtle approach to the themes of Homer’s Odyssey.

Italian Riccardo Buscarini will be performing No Lander at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) on 12 October.

In 2012, Riccardo won the Fondo Fare Anticorpi in Emilia Romagna for the creation of '10 tracks for the end of the world' and in 2013 the London-based performer won The Place Prize for Dance, with his piece 'Athletes'.

He is also an improvisation and composition workshop leader and recently choreographed a piece for UCLan.

The performance starts at 7.30pm in Theatre One, in the Media Factory. Tickets cost £12 and £10 for concessions, to book call 01772 891995 or email: adpevents@uclan.ac.uk