Akram Khan as Visiting Professor in the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Dance
4 November 2016

Akram is an alumnus of De Montfort University and was awarded an Honorary Doctorate for services to the arts by the University in 2004.

He is now Visiting Professor in the Centre fo Interdisciplinary Research in Dance – CIRID – at De Montfort University.

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Human Race/Human Dance – Open Letter
by Akram Khan
30 October 2016

Akram Khan is the latest patron of Dance Proms, the UK’s biggest annual multi-genre youth dance celebration bringing together over 500 young dancers from around the UK and the rest of the world. Ahead of this year’s event at the Royal Albert Hall on October 30, Khan writes an open letter to parents and teachers highlighting the cultural and societal benefits of dance during a ‘time of separation’.

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Keynote Speech for Navadisha International Dance Conference
by Akram Khan
20 May 2016

“Why are stories important? Because stories are a way for me to make sense of the world we inhabit. Stories are the way for the next generation to make sense of the new world that they will inherit.”

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