Teaching Students to Move
Henriette Muus – Teacher The Royal Danish Ballet

Teaching Students to Move

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Henriette Muus, teacher with The Royal Danish Ballet School, shares a wonderful step that encourages students to move and experience the joy of dance.

"We have to be careful not to analyze so much that we never get to move"
Henriette Muus trained at the Royal Danish Ballet School from the age of 10 and in 1984, was engaged as a dancer with the Royal Danish Ballet and promoted to Soloist in 1991. Her guest performances include Night Shadow (George Balanchine), Juliet in Romeo and Juliet (John Cranko) and Symphony in C (George Balanchine) with The Australian Ballet and Helena in A Midsummer Night’s Dream for Royal Swedish Ballet. She has toured with The Royal Danish Ballet and participated in galas and festivals in USA, Europe and the Far East. Her teaching credits include Master Classes in Bournonville in Sct. Petersburg, Greenland, Brazil and Copenhagen and she coaches for the junior company “Kompagni B” of the Royal Danish Ballet School. Henriette Muus became part of the teaching staff for the Royal Danish Ballet School in 1997.  

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