QUAN BUI NGOC | Intensivo De Danza Contemporánea Y Acrobacia | Obrador De Moviments 2

Contemporary Dance and Acrobatics Intensive

Contemporary Dance and Acrobatics Intensive with QUAN BUI NGOC

To whom we are addressing: professional dancers and dance students

We begin this season’s series of intensive workshops with Quan Bui Ngoc, currently a dancer and assistant with Les Ballets C de la B (Belgium). His virtuosity and a great ability to transmit offer dancers new tools to fuse contemporary dance and floor acrobatics. Quan uses different resources and necessary movement qualities to tackle  a good physical preparation in class. He develops the choreographic material through technical phrases and individual improvisational tasks, in order for each of the participants to explore according to their possibilities and personal objectives.
This’s a workshop aimed at professionals or students in training who have the desire to delve into and defy one’s own limits.
Places are limited and will be accepted by order of registration.

Dates: Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 January

Saturday 25 : 10 a.m. to 2p.m.
Sunday 26: 10 a.m. to 2p.m.

Price: € 100
10% discount for the members of APdC

Quan Bui Ngoc receives his dance education at the National School in Vietnam. In 1996 he joins the ballet company of Hanoi Opera House. The following year Bernadette Tripier invites him to France (Istres Dance School) where he discovers European contemporary dance. He returns regularly to Vietnam to work with the Opera House and mount his own pieces. In 2002 he starts performing with Alain Platel in Les Ballet C de la B and presently holds a position as an artistic assistant. In 2011 he tours with Australian Dance Theatre and begins a collaboration with the Swiss company 3art3.

Quan has done projects with non-professional collectives, children and prison inmates and he has collaborated with Platform K for a duo between a disabled dancer and a musician. He’s worked with the Conservatory of Ghent . He gives workshops regularly in France, Germany, Hungary and Brasil.