ReMarker:Lucile、学習障害のあるアーティストのためのダンスカンパニーを支援

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In 2021, Corali, a dance company for artists with a learning disability, was appointed SCOR UK RAISE Charity of the year by local employees, earning £10,000 grant to support its work. Nominated by ReMarker Lucile, Corali just performed 6 shows on the prestigious Barbican stage in London – a first since the pandemic hit.

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We meet with ReMarker Lucile who tells us why she chose to nominate Corali, her passion for dance and XX.

  • How did you come across Corali?
  • What inspires you in Corali?
  • Why did you nominate Corali for SCOR London Charity of the Year?
  • How is Corali inspiring others according to you?

For three years, SCOR RAISE Charity of the year is an annual local initiative from RAISE, SCOR UK CSR Hub. All UK employees can nominate a charity dear to them and can vote on their preferred charity. Beyond the grant, chosen charities enter a year-long partnership aimed at raising funds, awareness and supporting local action. Previous charities included The Tom Bowdidge Foundation.

About Corali

Corali is a leader in dance created by artists with a leaning disability. We explore the relationship between performers with and without a learning disability, between dance and other art forms, and between professional and participatory artwork. We make and tour great performances and love to share our creative practice with other people.

Learn more about Corali

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Photos from @deb.jaffe and RosiePowellFreelance

Talking about their most recent performance, Corali just performed 6 sold-out shows at the Barbican, one of London’s most iconic stage. As you went to see the show, what do you feel about the return of ‘live’ performance?

Very excited of course, like most of us, I guess. And relieved. 2020 has been such a strain for theatres and live performers. It’s great to see they’re now allowed to go on even when Covid cases are still high. In 2021, we, the audience, witnessed a lot of beautiful tributes from performers moving to get back on stage. It was so emotional. I hope we’ll experience many more moments like this in 2022. And I can say we’re on the right track after seeing Corali at the Barbican this weekend!

What do you think about the SCOR London Raise Charity of the Year initiative?

It’s an amazing initiative at so many levels. First of all, it truly helps the people who benefit from this grant, it makes a real difference. But it’s also very good for the company. The insurance industry may be perceived as obscure but there is a sense of wanting to help others. As a matter of fact, this is not how people connected to Corali see us anymore. But it also makes us, employees, proud to do the work we do when we are involved in such actions.

For three years, SCOR RAISE Charity of the year is an annual initiative from RAISE, SCOR's UK local CSR Hub. All UK employees can nominate a charity dear to them and can vote on their preferred charity. Beyond the grant, chosen charities enter a year-long partnership aimed at raising funds, awareness and supporting local action. Previous charities included The Tom Bowdidge Foundation.

About Corali

Corali is a leader in dance created by artists with a leaning disability. We explore the relationship between performers with and without a learning disability, between dance and other art forms, and between professional and participatory artwork. We make and tour great performances and love to share our creative practice with other people.

Learn more about Corali