Creating a Long Attitude Line – On Location, Prix de Lausanne
Tamas Moricz- Associate Artistic Director, Royal Ballet of Flanders

Creating a Long Attitude Line – On Location, Prix de Lausanne

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Tamas Moricz, Associate Artistic Director of Royal Ballet of Flanders, shares tips for how to create a long line in  attitude derriere. Demonstration by Houston Ballet Dancer & Prix de Lausanne winner  Derrin Harper Watters.

Tamas Moricz is a Hungarian born dancer, teacher, choreographer, well known for his decade long membership with William Forsythe’s Ballett Frankfurt. Apart from Forsythe’s oeuvre he’s performed in pieces by Jiri Kylian, Mats Ek, Jan Fabre, Jacopo Godani, Saburo Teshigowara, Jonathan Burrows, Crystal Pite, Tony Rizzi, composer Ryuichi Sakamoto and many more. Tamas Moricz is a well-regarded teacher of both classical ballet and his own methodology called Movement and Awareness. Tamas Moricz served as the the contemporary teacher during the 2015, 2016 Prix de Lausanne. Tamas Moricz associate artistic director of the Royal Ballet of Flanders.  

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