Professeurs et Coachs


 

WILFRIED ROMOLI

Danseur Etoile de l’Opéra de Paris

Wilfried Romoli discovered dance at the age of nine and entered the Ecole de l’Opéra de Paris a year later. He joined the Corps de ballet (1979) at the age of sixteen, and was “Quadrille” the following year, “Coryphée” in 1982 and “Sujet” in 1983. His performance in Maurice Béjart’s Le Corsaire and Bhakti III alongside Marie-Claude Pietragalla won him the First Prize of the Concours International de Danse de Paris in 1984.


ELISABETH MAURIN

Maitresse de ballet attitree de l'Opéra de Paris

Since joining the Dance School in 1973 she is among those who mingle their entire existence to the Opera of Paris and to the art of choreography. In 1988, Rudolf Nureyev (1983-1989 Director of the dance) appoints Elisabeth Maurin Etoile while she interprets Clara in the Nutcrackerl.


THIERRY GUIDERDONI

Teacher & Coach for William Forsythe ballets

Thierry Guiderdoni was born in Nice, France. He undertook his dance education at the Academie de Danse Princesse Grace in Monte Carlo under the direction of Marika Besobrasova. In 1982 he was awarded the Professional Prize at the Prix de Lausanne; he joined The Stuttgart Ballet the same year.


LUIS GADEA MATEOS

Coach & Body Awareness

Head of Physiotherapist, Personal Coach-Body Awareness of the NATIONAL DANCE COMPANY OF SPAIN (CND)since 2001 under the direction of Nacho Duato, Hervé Palito and José Carlos Martínez.


AGNES LASCOMBES

Professeur de Danse classique

Après avoir fait ses classes au conservatoire d’Avignon, Agnès Lascombes entre au Ballet de l’Opéra d’Avignon sous la direction de Michel Bruel, où elle se perfectionne avec la venue de Loipa Araujo, Francesca Zumbo et d’autres répétiteurs issus du Ballet de l’Opéra de Paris. Elle y danse des grands ballets classiques comme « le Lac des cygnes, les Sylphides, Giselle … »




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