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Charlie-Ann Baaren

Commercial jazz

Clara Cozzolino

Contemporary Improvisation

Elise Wanner

Heels

Claudia Quaglia

Wacking

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Charlie-Ann Rae

BIO:
Charlie-Ann has over 11 years of experience as professional dancer within the commercial industry. She danced for artists like Loreen, Davina Michelle, Zoe Tauran, Flemming, Afrojack, Alvaro Soler, Kings of Leon, Romy Monteiro, April Darby, Edsilia Rombley and Glennis Grace. And TV shows such as MTV EMA’s, Eurovision Song Contest, Dance Dance Dance, Televizierring, The Bigshow, Nike, Belgium got Talent, Hollands got Talent and more.

Class description:
This commercial dance training is all about having fun while learning a dynamic choreography on commercial/pop music. For class video’s and choreographies take a look at my instagram

Clara Cozzolino

BIO:
Clara Cozzolino is a multidisciplinary artist living in the Netherlands. With a background in the field of contemporary dance and electronic music, she is now involved in contemporary performance, film and opera, while active in the creation of music for dance since 2 years.
At present, Clara is dedicated to studying and advancing her research in the realms of sound and movement. Following her graduation, she had the opportunity to dance the work of Ohad Naharin, Christof Loy, Danielle Agami, among others.
As a dancer, she found great inspiration in the concept of feeling rather than producing.
The practice of Gaga has shaped her way of perceiving movement, thanks in part to the opportunity to study and dance in specific contexts.

Class description:
Throught her warm-up, Clara thoroughly explores different qualities of movement, unconventional coordination, and the underlying sensations that accompany each action.
Following a precise structure, she focuses on how movement flows through the body, almost freeing itself from the forms it creates, guided by images and tasks.

Elise Wanner

BIO:
Elise Wanner is trained as a professional all-round performer. She has performed on various stages and is currently working as a freelance professional dancer. Her love for heels developed during her time as a student and she never stopped training herself in this style. Because of her background in rhythmic gymnastics, her movement style can be described as elegant with a strong base in jazz technique.

“I’m very excited to share my knowledge with the students here at ADC, let’s have some fun!”

Class description:
This class is focused on heels technique. A thorough warm up, followed by strength exercises, stretches and across the floor exercises, will make sure you are ready to dance a choreography on heels with confidence. I want to create a safe space where students can push themselves, lift each other up and enjoy dancing!

 

Claudia Quaglia

BIO:
Born and raised in Torino (IT), I am a dedicated dancer with a background in street and club dance styles. Over time, my movement has evolved into something entirely new and personal, synthesizing knowledge acquired over the years. It is characterized by a profound utilization of arm movements and footwork, emphasizing expressiveness inspired primarily by Waacking and UK Jazz dance.

Throughout my career, I have consistently challenged myself by participating in dance competitions, contributing to TV programs and movies, and performing in theatrical shows.

Class description:

Waacking is a form of dance that originated in the gay clubs of the 1970s in California from the African American and Latinx population. The dance has also been known as “Punking”, with some of the originators claiming that the name was a way of taking ownership of a negative term (as the term “punk” was a derogatory term for gay men in the 70s) and giving it a positive connotation.
Waacking is an extremely expressive, free and musical form of dance that is characterised by arm movements and posing with a strong emphasis on musicality and improvised performance.

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