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Cristiane Domenici

In 1987 she’s transfered to France at the Centre of International Dance " Rosella Hightower"in Cannes where she studied for three years, then make part of theJeune Ballet International de Cannes during another year. Then she trasfered to Marseille to work besides Roland Petit on the Ballet National de Marseille; during the next six seasons she’s been in tournée around the world dancing all types of dance disciplines with the most renowned world dancers. It is within this (...)

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Emma Lewis

Trained at the Royal Ballet School in London, she began her career as a classical dancer in Zaragoza in Spain and then in Florence in Italy before discovering contemporary dance. She then spends the technical Graham and Cunningham at London Contempory Dance School. She works with Mark Baldwin Dance Co. before joining the Culberg Ballet in Sweden, where she remained for eight years. Emma danced parts / most famous works by Mats Ek and also worked with choreographers like Carolyn (...)

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Karine Seneca

Born in Cannes (France), she trains at the Centre de Danse Rosella Hightower where she gets in 1989 her Baccalauréat, and also the first price of the conservatoire of dance and the first price of the dramatic art. The same year, she joins the Basler ballet ( Suisse) under the direction of Heinz Spoerli. Two years later she follows him at the Deutschen Oper am Rhein (Germany) as a soliste. In 1996, Heinz Spoerli takes the direction of the Zürich Ballett (Suisse) and invites Karine to (...)

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Mélanie Burch

Born in London, Melanie came to Pilates in order to resolve the chronic neck pain from which she had suffered for many years. Soon after, having experienced her first pain-free winter in nearly 10 years, Pilates quickly became a big part of her life, and it was not long before she decided to turn this passion into a career, and signed up for an intensive 14 month matwork course with Anoushka Boone (Pilates in Motion, London). Pilates gave her the chance to reconnect with her body – as (...)

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