Workshops

Throughout the year Beaver Dam company organises different events and training programs for amateurs, pre-professionals and professional dancers.

Beaver Dam Company opens its warm-up classes for free to pre-professional and professional dancers during creation periods and sometimes whilst on tour. They are most often led by Edouard Hue, but sometimes company dancers may take over the class. The open classes navigate the company’s approach to physicality. The company’s open classes are free. Registration procedures vary by location, but are often sent by email to info@beaverdamco.com. More details on the AGENDA page of the site.

Since the company’s beginnings, Edouard Hue teaches workshops aimed at including all levels. Amateurs workshops are regularly organised, and enable all ages and levels to discover and deepen their understanding of the multitude of choreographic tools specific to the company’s work. The pleasure found in dancing, collaborating, sharing and experimenting through improvisation offers new possibilities to everyone participating, regardless of level. These moments are often organized in connection with the places that host the company’s shows. You can find all the information about amateur activities on the AGENDA page.

Beaver Dam Company / Edouard Hue offers the CF2P – Cellule de Formation Ponctuelle Pré-professionnelle (punctual pre-professional training unit) in Geneva and Annecy, dedicated to dancers between the age of 16 and 22 on their way to a career in contemporary dance. Throughout the course of three 30-hour weeks, the students work with choreographer Edouard Hue and dancers of Beaver Dam Company. Each day begins with a technique class, followed by workshops in the company’s repertoire, improvisation and composition. To participate, the young dancers need simply send an email to Beaver Dam Company to introduce themselves, describe their experience and artistic situation, accompanied with a letter of motivation to info@beaverdamco.com.

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