Vivi Flint – Directeur Artistique
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Le Bartholin International Ballet Seminar a eu le plaisir de travailler avec Anne Beaucousin à Copenhague au Danemark .Elle a été engagée pour enseigner le jazz à nos étudiants internationaux lors des 40ème et 41ème séminaires qui se sont tenus au Royal Opera en 2002 et 2003
Son enseignement se focalise sur le détail des mouvements sans oublier sa merveilleuse musicalité qui s’exprime dans ses enchaînements.
Elle attend de ses étudiants concentration et engagement et le leur rend en les faisant profiter de toute son expérience professionnelle et de tous ses conseils tant personnels que techniques.
Je recommande vivement Anne Beaucousin pour tout atelier et séminaire.
Elle représente un réel atout pour toute école.
Bartholin International Ballet seminar
P.O Boks90.1003 Copenhagen K .www.bournonville.dk
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Bartholin International Ballet Seminar had the pleasure to work with Anne Beaucousin in Copenhagen, Denmark as she was engaged to teach Jazz for our international students at the 40th et 41th seminars held at the Royal Opera in the summer of 2002 and 2003.
Her teaching has a strong focus on details in movements not to forget a wonderful musical flow in center combinations.
She demands concentration and committed work from her students and she will respond with all her professional guidance both personal and technical.
I can warmly recommend Anne Beaucousin to workshops and seminars she will be an asset to every faculty.
Bartholin International Ballet Seminar
P.O Boks 90.1 003 Copenhagen K.Denmark .www.bournonville.dk
My name is Chae Hill, and I am more than happy to write in behalf of Anne Beaucousin, extolling her outstanding ability as a teacher of dance. During my senior year at Stanford University, I had the incredible opportunity to study in Paris. A friend of mine told me an amazing jazz teacher at the Marais Performing Arts Center so I jumped at the chance to practice one of my favorite art forms in what is now one of my favorite cities.
Every teacher approaches his or her class with a different objective, a different focus, or a different style. There are those focused solely on choreography so they stand in front, lead a quick warm-up,and then throw a fun routine. Then there are others whose true concern is the actual technique involved in a particular dance style and prioritize the class time towards its development and improvement. Both of these are absolutely wonderful in their own right and a dancer shops for these types of classes depending on what it is they seek from a class.
In my mind,however, a teacher who successfully manages to combine the best of both worlds, enhancing technique and getting the class excited with creative choreography, has achieved something far greater than a well-composed class. She creates a forum in which a dancer is stimulated physically and mentally,a synergy that demands growth.
My respect for Anne Beaucousin has only deepened over the time since being in Paris. This is mostly due to having recently completed a yearlong dance intensive at the EDGE Performing Arts Center, the premiere dance studio in Los Angeles. In this program I took about twenty classes every single week in every discipline and was exposed to the industry’s hottest teachers and choreographers. What I missed most was an unpretentious dedication to the class and a tangible passion for the classroom experience.
Creating an exciting and instructive class is an art form in itself and is the true aim of any professor of any discipline, which is why I count Anne Beaucousin as a true treasure to the dance community.