Schools, associations and dance schools: welcome artists within your facilities to introduce your students and members to dance workshops.
Free – workshop in your facilities subject to registration with Nitya Fornaresio – 04 92 99 33 78 – email@example.com
27th to 29th September
Edouard Hue is a dancer, choreographer and teacher who worked with the Ballet Junior de Genève before becoming a performer for the choreographers Hofesh Shechter, Damien Jalet and Oliver Dubois. In 2014, he created the Beaver Dam Company in order to satisfy his quest for independence and develop his own choreographic language. The company tours internationally and, alongside its artistic creations, offers training and educational activities oriented towards a broad audience. In 2019, Edouard received the Swiss Dance Prize, establishing him as an ‘Exceptional Dancer’. He will present the World Premiere of his latest creation at the Festival de Danse de Cannes on Saturday 11 December at the Théâtre La Licorne.
2nd to 8th November
Kaori Ito, born in Japan, was a classical dancer before settling in France and becoming the favourite performer of many choreographers, from Philippe Decouflé to Angelin Preljocaj, and Alain Platel to Aurélien Bory. In 2008, she created her first show, Noctiluque. In 2015, she founded her company Himé. A polymorphic artist, she also produces videos, paintings, and regularly collaborates in works of theatre, notably with Édouard Baer and Denis Podalydès for the Comédie Française. At the Festival de Danse de Cannes, she has created her first piece for young audiences based on the world of childhood, and will offer workshops for children from 4 years old.
29th and 30th September and 1st October
After studying philosophy, Balkis Moutashar trained in contemporary dance at the CCN in Montpellier (‘EXERCE’ master’s training under the direction of Mathilde Monnier). She has had an eclectic career as a dancer, crossing the worlds of contemporary dance, music hall, theatre, performance and electronic music. She created her company in 2009 after various personal works exploring territories between dance and plastic arts. Since 2018, she has been involved in a series of creations surrounding the question of costume and clothing, their history and their imprint on the body. Notably, Balkis Moutashar carried out an educational residency at the Lycée Jules Ferry in Cannes between September 2020 and April 2021 – connecting with more than 170 students by offering them a journey of discovery into the art of choreography.