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SOLO BLUES

Alexandra Karsenty (France)

Chameleon loving multidisciplinarity, transmission is her passion, and the fundamental tools she teaches to dancers of all backgrounds offer research in technique, improvisation and composition, acquisition of codes to transcend them, surpassing oneself, creativity and quality of movement; while seeking the preservation of the body in the long term and good mood in the classes. 


More info about her on facebook.com/compagnieadp and alexandrakarsenty.com


Chameleon loving multidisciplinarity, transmission is her passion, and the fundamental tools she teaches to dancers of all backgrounds offer research in technique, improvisation and composition, acquisition of codes to transcend them, surpassing oneself, creativity and quality of movement; while seeking the preservation of the body in the long term and good mood in the classes. 












1h30: From head to toe _ Stands and rotations

Fundamental techniques around the transfer of support, rotation (on the axis, then off the axis also for the most experienced), work of the head and closure (bust). Different principles of turns on one and two feet (en-dehors, en dedans, enveloppé, détourné, déboulés etc). Then experimentation of spiral turns and other nice additions according to your level (different options!)


1h30: Do me Right routine (Willie Dixon)

En- Routine full of "chicago triple (steps)" wishing to convey the pleasure of dancing solo in a group, to underline the relationship between music and movement, to develop a choreographic work with notions of space. No, the blues is not just a slow dance! The dynamic Chicago Blues of Willie Dixon should give us energy!



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