Teachers for the 2020 Summer School

  • Georges-Nicolas Tremblay

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    Georges-Nicolas Tremblay | EDCM

    Coming from a background in visual arts, theatre and dance, Georges-Nicolas is an artist  who continually reevaluates the performance practice, and brings his insistant curiosity and interrogation to every project he works on, ranging from musicals to experimental live art performance. This is what brought him to pursue a master’s degree at the Université de Québec à Montréal, researching dramaturgy in dance, which he sees as a complex system of relational power that is created through each performer’s artistic voice and actions.
  • Alexandre Carlos

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    Alexandre Carlos | EDCM

    Raised in Laval (Quebec, Canada), Alexandre Carlos trained in a variety of styles with a focus on contemporary, ballet and hip-hop since 1996. In 2010, he graduated from l'École de danse contemporaine de Montréal. He continued his development by taking different workshops, like LAUNCH with NW Dance Project in Portland in 2018 and Springboard Danse Montreal in 2010.
  • Émilie Durville

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    Émilie Durville | EDCM

    Emilie Durville graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Danse de Marseille directed by Roland Petit in 2001. After her training, she was involved in freelance projects in Europe before joining La Compania de la Comunidad de Madrid in 2003 under the direction of Victor Ullate. Emilie danced from 2004 until 2013 at Les Grands Ballets Canadiens, where she was promoted first soloist in 2011. 
  • Peter Jasko

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    Peter Jasko | EDCM

    Peter Jasko was born in 1982 in Liptovsky Mikulas, Slovakia. He took his first dance classes with the  folk dance company Dumbier Slovakia, where he remained for eleven years. From 1996 to 2001, Peter studied at the  J. L. Bella Conservatory of Dance in Banska Bystrica, Slovakia. He continued his training at the Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts in Bratislava before entering the P.A.R.T.S. School for Contemporary Dance in Brussels (2002), directed by Anna Teresa de Keersmaeker. 
  • Laura Toma

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    Laura Toma | EDCM

     

     

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