Alexandre Carlos

Alexandre Carlos | EDCM

Technique danse contemporaine

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.
From 2010 to 2016, Alexandre has worked as a dancer with the company Cas Public, directed by Hélène Blackburn. In addition, he has taken the time to develop his versatility by working with different choreographers such as Isabelle Boulanger, Kyra Jean Green, Emmanuel Jouthe, Pierre Lecours, Ismael Mouaraki, Anne Plamondon, David Rancourt, Tedd Robinson, Pierre-Paul Savoie, Andrew Skeels and Georges-Nicolas Tremblay. Alexandre join Kik Agency in the beginning of 2019.
Alexandre choreographes, teaches and gives workshops in many dance schools in Québec since 2006. He is the co-choreographer of the piece Morphose, a creation made on the Ballet Contemporain du Nord, a semi-professional dance company from Chicoutimi. He is also choreographer and co-founder of La Compagnie d'Été, a semi-professional dance company from St-Eustache that presented Kaléïdoscope in 2015 and Emprise in 2017. Alexandre completed his first creation in September 2015 called Bourrasques, presented at Festival Quartiers Danses in Montréal. 

About the class:

Seeking to blend a mix of classical and contemporary techniques, and greatly influenced by his discoveries through his career, Alexandre Carlos creates a gestural vocabulary combining intrique and usefulness.
Based on the structure of a classical ballet class, he transforms the exercises to find strength, amplitude and dexterity in the work of the legs, as well as flexibility, maintenance and suppleness in the torso as well.
Through a range of exercises, the goal of his class is to form a dancer as versatile as possible, both in their artistry and their technique; make the body strong and maleable - in control and loss of control; make the dancer both stable and released.
It is in this constant research that the interpreter will be able to better prepare physically for any requested style, be it technical or physical.

Open to dance professionals


Photo: Damian Siqueiros

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