When? w/c 4 March, Monday - Thursday, 9.30am - 11am
Where? Monday: Phoenix Dance Theatre, Tuesday - Thursday: RJC Dance
Alesandra Seutin/Vocab Dance Company embraces the idea that individuals have the power to live in the movement and to express themselves boldly. Renowned for her distinctive hybrid movement language, the dancers will be grounded, will focus on musicality, fluidity of the limbs and spine. Alesandra's class is fun, physical, dynamic and will encourage dancers to use all senses, emotions and expressions. Be prepared to dance, vocalise and live in motion.
International performer, choreographer, teacher Alesandra Seutin was born in Harare, Zimbabwe, grew up in Brussels and lives in London. She trained at Laban and Middlesex University. Alesandra Seutin also further trained at the École des Sables of Germaine Acogny (Senegal), where she has also worked with choreographers Nora Chipaumire, the late Pierre Doussaint, Flora Thefaine, Pedro Pauwels, Gabriel Smeets, Rui Moreira and David Zambrano. Alesandra has been running Vocab Dance since 2007. She creates distinctly multi-disciplinary Afro-European dance, which explores contemporary issues. Alesandra Seutin’s new work “Boy Breaking Glass’ was recently presented at Sadler’s Wells and she is currently touring her solo 'Ceci n'est pas Noire' and duet ‘Giant’.