Maud has been teaching flamenco dance to children from the age of 6 through to 12 for several years now and caters to different levels of ability.
Born in 1973 in Geneva, Maud grew up in a musical environment, thanks to a mother who played the violin. She began musical studies at the age of 7, piano at the age of 9 and then classical and contemporary dance with Claude Golovine. In 1989, she discovered flamenco with Ana la China and studied under her before becoming her assistant in 2002.
Having refined her style with numerous masters (Javier Cruz, Javier Latorre, Angelita Gomez, Juana Amaya, Mercedez Ruiz, Alicia Marquez, Carmen Ledesma, la Tati, Concha Vargas), Maud took to the stage. In 2006, she performed at the Grand Théâtre of Saint-Gall and then in December 2007 at Geneva’s Grand Théâtre.
Riche d'une expérience variée, Maud est en perpétuelle recherche d'expression et se produit régulièrement sur scène en Suisse, au Liban(en 2013) et en France(en 2014). Elle est membre fondatrice de la Cueva flamenca. Parallèlement, elle enseigne régulièrement aux ateliers d'ethnomusicologie et donne des stages à la Bulle d'Air.
Place 1 : Maison Verte - 5 pl. des Grottes, 1202 Geneva
Place 2 : Adem Maraîchers - 44 rue des Maraîchers - 1204 Geneva
Place 1: Wednesdays: 9-12 years: 17h-18h (course 1 - guitar accompaniment, 1 week upon 2)
Lieu 1: Wednesdays: 6-8 years 16h-16h50 (course 2)
Lieu 2: Friday: Tenneagers mediums 18h-19h (course 3 - guitar accompaniment, 1 week upon 2)
Course technique adultes 2022: Saturday 24.09 / 01.10 / 05.11 / 03.12
Course technique adultes 2023: Saturday 7.01 / 04.02 / 01.04 / 06.05 / 03.06
Payment per quarter (12 courses)
course 1 : 220.- ; course 2 : 200.- ; course 3 : 270.-
Cours technique adultes : 25.- CHF lesson
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Next workshops : January 14 & 15, March 11 & 12, May 13 & 14 2023
These monthly courses are for musicians from all backgrounds mastering one of the following instruments: Violin, cello, oud, guitar, mandolin, qanun, flute, clarinet, ney, derbouka, daf, bendir, etc.
While the Daf is a large, framed drum, used to accompany Iran’s Kurdish music, it is also widely played across the Middle East and in Central Asia.
NEW - Traditional repertoire, modal improvisation - Sitar learning
These courses propose a discovery and learning of the repertoire and musical forms of Hindustani music, which will interest all musicians and composers whatever their aesthetic and instrument.
Hungary has a rich inventory of traditional music that is respected well beyond its own borders. The dances are varied and are taught to a large public of all ages during workshops or live music dance evenings (tanchaz), which is another Hungarian tradition