Showing posts from May, 2013

Relative première

After the anagrams & first sketch for the composition Relative, here is the score:
Axelle and Théophile, two singers at the Montbéliard Conservatory, are performing the piece this Saturday afternoon. During the rehearsal yesterday night, I liked a lot how they seamlessly integrated the "live electronics" and the singing. This miniature constitutes a small part of their exam recital: I wish them all the best.


Picture by leninersI'm thrilled to let you know that, after spending wonderful time at the Montbéliard Conservatory, I just took a new position at the Brest Conservatory. Read here a short welcome interview (French only).Bretagne is filled with inspiring landscapes. Last week-end, I walked around the Kermorvan peninsula:
Picture by y.caradec

Great ballet school in Alsace

Maria Guerrero studied at the Royal Ballet School in London, then had a career as a dancer, a choreographer, and a maître de ballet.I have been delighted to study ballet at her school, the Ballet Studio Guerrero, since October 2010. She is a great ballet teacher, anchored in the tradition, both very demanding and respectful with all students.The showAt the end of April, Maria organized a show at La Coupole, a beautiful theater house in Saint-Louis, France. Dancing on a professionally equipped stage is such a fundamental experience for all dancers: it's necessary from a pedagogical point of view, and it is a lot of fun as well. Here is an excerpt of a piece Maria Guerrero choreographed for this Widgets