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Diana Loosmore (2008)

Soloist dancer, Diana Loosmore created her first steps for Scottish Ballet in an in-house workshop in 2006, the result of which was Sirocco, a flirty playful piece which the Herald described as “a classy appetiser”.

Diana’s choreographic star continued to rise  when she was awarded The Peter Darrell Choreographic Award in 2007 – set up by the late Scottish Ballet founder to foster new talent – for which she created Chasing Ghosts, a piece which The Scotsman called both cool and sophisticated. 

Lull was Diana’s first commission specifically for Scottish Ballet, an edgy fusion piece merging traditional pointe work with the more contemporary style Diana has developed herself as a dancer.


Choreography: Diana Loosmore
Music: Junk (Basquiat Strings from the album Basquiat Strings with Seb Rochford F-IRE CD18)


Summer tour 2008

Macphail Centre, Ullapool
26 June 2008
The Maltings, Berwick-Upon-Tweed
27 and 28 June 2008
An Lanntair, Stornoway
28 June 2008 
The Ryan Centre, Stranraer
1 July 2008 
The Pickaquoy Centre, Kirkwall
2 July 2008
Volunteer Hall, Galashiels
3 July 2008
Clickimin Centre, Lerwick
5 July 2008
The Byre, St Andrews
5 July 2008
Town Hall, Elgin
8 July 2008
Reid Hall, Forfar
8 July 2008
Haddo House, Aberdeenshire
10 July 2008
Corran Hall, Oban
12 July 2008
DG One, Dumfries
12 July 2008

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