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Modern jazz

From the School of La Scala and MAS (Music, Arts & Show) in Milan, to the Alvin Ailey School in New York, Alberto BARLETTA's training is predominantly Modern-Jazz, Contemporary and Classical.
His repertoire ranges from the great classics to more contemporary works: from Rudolf Nureyev, Georges Balanchine, via Angelin Preljocaj and Maurice Béjart.
As a dancer, he has worked with many choreographers such as Mia Michaels, William Forsythe and many others. He has also danced in different dance companies in France and abroad: Paris, Lyon, New York, Los Angeles. As a teacher, he works in France and abroad in different schools and companies.
He is also a judge in various national and international dance competitions. Today he continues to dance and choreograph for various shows and to share his universe in various establishments.

The modern jazz course seen by Alberto BARLETTA

He conceives of teaching as a development of the pupil, a hatching link which uses the singularity and the characteristics of each one, which accompanies the pupils towards a well-defined universe.
In modern expression, the writing of her work is based on the fundamentals of contemporary dance. By learning from many dance experiences from different cultures he has developed a style of dance that merges several elements.
This fusion mixes technical and choreographic elements of contemporary and modern with a more sensitive interpretation of movement. This universe allows students to express themselves more deeply by writing their own body language and giving rise to their own emotion and creativity.

Portraits of Alberto BARLETTA

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