20 > 24.06.22
CN D Pantin
John Degois is a self-taught dancer and choreographer with a hip-hop background. He has worked with many French choreographers, while always carrying out his own artistic projects in parallel: creating shows for theatres or the street, making dance videos, organising educational workshops or artistic happenings. He likes to go where dance is not expected, to discover new audiences and collaborators, and thus continue to enrich his artistic universe.
Fabrice “Pika” Taraud is a self-taught hip-hop dancer. He made his debut as a professional with Zaza Disdier, followed by various collaborations with Nathalie Pernette, Emanuel Gat, Fouad Boussouf, Uriel Barthelémy and recently the Oposito company. This experience gave rise to a way for him in turn to accompany other dancers on their journey, through defined freestyles.
In hip-hop dance, freestyle is a discipline in its own right. Coming from a background in this dance, Fabrice “Pika” Taraud and John Degois wish to transpose the art of freestyle to other dances. To do so, they will share codes and know-how from their culture, which will provide a range of tools in order to confidently engage in improvisation and thus allow the campers to have a heightened awarenes of their dance from start to finish.
Prior dance experience is recommended.
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