Viviana allows this young audience to familiarise itself with the Eastern discipline in a fun atmosphere that is adapted to children, all the while emphasising body positions, balance, grounding, and the importance of listening to rhythm, being aware of oneself and of the space around you.
This class makes full use of accessories and props: headscarves, scarves, small sticks and so forth. This rounds out the basic programme with a view to developing the children’s coordination on the one hand, and encouraging spontaneous and creative movements on the other.
Viviana is trained in many styles of dance and is of Italian-Swiss origin. Having always been passionate about Eastern dance and melodies, she began training in 1985 with renowned artists, principally of Egyptian and Moroccan origin, before developing her own style.
10, rue de Montbrillant - 1201 Geneva
Wednesday : 16h30-17h30
T : +41 (0) 78 626 95 02
Email : email@example.com
NEW COURSE FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
Meera - Fanny Marquet
This course proposes to discover with your family the kathak dance and the culture of North India. Between dances and tales, you will learn to know Ganesh, the elephant-headed god or Krishna, the young cowherd who plays the flute. You will become even more skilful with your hands with games of mudras (codified hand gestures) and learn to count in Hindi! Travel guaranteed!
Lessons by zoom or whereby on request - Infos below
These classes are aimed at those who wish to develop their vocal ability and discover the performance of Greek song and its diverse styles: traditional, rebetiko, popluar and contemporary.
Gnawa music originated in the Maghreb from the cultural practices that Black African slaves brought with them. It is called Gnawa in Morocco, Diwan in Algeria, and Stambali in Tunisia and Libya.