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INTERNATIONAL PROFESIONNAL TRAINING

FR > Christophe Béranger et Jonathan Pranlas-Descours ont animé des ateliers et masterclasses de travail technique et de création, dans de nombreuses institutions allant des ballets nationaux des Balkans aux écoles indépendantes du Brésil. Leur pédagogie est impliquée dans les besoins de chaque groupe / contexte, en lien avec la diversité de leurs compétences : Cours de Ballet – Cours Contemporains – Improvisation technique – Travaux de composition – Recherche – Travail du corps et recherche du mouvement somatique

ENG > Christophe Béranger and Jonathan Pranlas-Descours has been teaching workshops and masterclasses of technical and creation works, in many institutions ranging from national ballets in the Balkans to independent schools in Brazil. Their pedagogy is involved within the need of each group/context, connecting with the diversity of their skills : Ballet Classes – Contemporary Classes – Improvisation technique – Composition works – Research – Body work and Somatic movement research

TOKYO – 2019 – ARCHITANZ

FOSHAN – 2019 – FOSHAN INTERNATIONAL DANCE

SHANGHAI – 2019 – Jin Xing DANCE THEATER

GENEVE – 2017 – Ballet Junior de Genève

CUBA – 2017 – Danza Contemporane de Cuba

HONG-KONG -2016 -HK Academy for Performing Art

KOSOVO – 2016 – National Ballet of Kosovo

SINGAPOUR – 2015 – Odysse Dance Theater

BRESIL – 2014 – Escola Libre da Maré – Rio de Janeiro

BENIN – 2012 – Dansons Maintenant


Christophe Béranger ’s ballet technique is based the mix of French and American ballet school, working on musicality, rhythm and space. On his experience first with Pierre Lacote, dancing the big repertory, and later bringing the fluidity and the work of weight through his experiences of néo classical (Balanchine, Armitage, Duato, Forsythe) ways of including ballet technique through the work of arms and long expansion of the back, opening of the space and partnering.

Jonathan Pranlas-Descours ‘ contemporary class result of his training at PARTS – Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker, based on release technique, influenced by Trisha Brown, Limon technique and the American school, releasing the weight of the body through the spine and moving in space. A special attention is done to the function of the arms through the spine and emphasis of the connection between floors and space. Phrases combining floor work and release standing material, combine with jumps and spaces scores.