16.07 - 19.07 | 09:30 - 11:30
The Barre à terre is a body exercise system invented by the Russian dancer of French descent Boris Kniaseff in the 1950s. He began to invent this system when he found himself in a dance room without a ballet barre, and the way he found to stay in shape was to create a ballet lesson ... on the floor. They are essentially choreographed exercises applied to the ground. Harmonic movements combine the technique of ballet with the creative expression of the body giving strength to the feet and torso, elongation of muscles and improvement of coordination. Finally it unlocks joints and fully exercises the body giving suppleness and wellness.
Ballet is an excellent exercise system and at the same time a high form of art. The seminars are aimed at students of classical and modern dance with previous ballet knowledge, professional dancers, teachers and dance students who want to deepen their knowledge and broaden their technique. My experience as a professional dancer has given me the opportunity to work with remarkable teachers, choreographers and dancers. That's why though my lesson is based on the Vaganova system, at the same time has many influences and elements from other dance techniques such as Balanchine and Forsythe.
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