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Pedagogy

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Pedagogy

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Biography

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Mathieu BOSSOS

Aka MBLARA VMS

Teacher

Reasearcher

Trainer

Choreographer

  • 9 years of experience in dance teaching, holder of a French State Diploma

  • 3 years as coordinator and dance pedagogical manager in a conservatory

  • Researcher in dance anthropology on the themes of:
        - Transmissions
        - Techniques
        - Disciplines

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Mathieu BOSSOS

Aka MBLARA VMS

  • 9 years of experience in dance teaching, holder of a French State Diploma

  • 3 years as coordinator and dance pedagogical manager in a conservatory

  • Researcher in dance anthropology on the themes of:
        - Transmissions
        - Techniques
        - Disciplines

Class

Studio Harmonic
Paris | France

May 31st to July 22th 2022

Studio-Harmonic-cours
  • Pre-Intermediate 
    (M)

    • Tuesdays - 17h30/19h
    • Thursdays - 19h/20h30

  • Pre-Intermediate & intermediate (M/I)

    • Wednesdays - 20h30/22h

  • Intermediate
    (I)

    • Thursdays - 17h30/19h
    • Fridays - 17h30/19h

  • Intermediate - Advanced
    (I/A)

    • Mondays - 19h/20h30

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studio harmonic
Paris | France

May 31st to July 22th 2022

  • Pre-Intermediate (M)

    • Tuesdays - 17h30/19h
    • Thursdays - 19h/20h30

  • Pre-Intermediate & intermediate (M/I)

    • Wednesdays - 20h30/22h

  • Intermediate (I)

    • Thursdays - 17h30/19h
    • Fridays - 17h30

  • Intermediate/Advanced (I/A)

    • Mondays - 19h/20h30

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Pedagogy

Techniques

The basis of my work is based on technical know-how. In this sense, a look is taken at the placement of the body, breathing, weight, and suspension. In this way, it is not a question of reproducing a form of what is proposed but of understanding the paths and tracks of doing things. We then distinguish:
Aesthetics: the form, as being subject to the personality, subjectivity, and sensitivity.
- To the technique: the substance, which is a matter of knowledge and know-how to be incorporated.

My teaching is based on contemporary techniques Humphrey/Limón (weight/suspension), Cunningham (line, curve, space), and jazz with the Matt Mattox technique (isolation, dissociation of different parts of the body).

To build

The objective of my teaching is to help students build benchmarks. By explaining how to do it through tools and reading keys, they will be able to understand their own experiences of movement better.

Tools

One of the main challenges in learning is to understand and master the tools necessary to build one's knowledge.
It is not enough to reproduce but to incorporate what is done, the tools becoming means for constructing these techniques. They allow awareness qualitatively and sensitively.

Commitment

Engagement then becomes an essential element in learning. Learning through the body requires it to be total. You have to commit, act, not be afraid of making mistakes and start over: dare to undertake to progress.

Protection

However, to engage, you have to be safe. This is why special attention is paid to the postural structure so that the body organizes itself in learning to avoid wear and tear or malfunctions in the short, medium, and long term.

Hybrid

Because today the dancer's profession is diversifying, it is essential to understand the new challenges that characterize it. From this perspective, I wish to accompany the new generations of dancers to work on their skills between the different old and new dance currents and all the artistic and cultural fields surrounding our society.
Thus becoming more hybrid on the scale of their practice, performance, and aesthetics both locally and internationally.

Techniques

The basis of my work is based on technical know-how. In this sense, a look is taken at the placement of the body, breathing, weight, and suspension. In this way, it is not a question of reproducing a form of what is proposed but of understanding the paths and tracks of doing things. We then distinguish:
Aesthetics: the form, as being subject to the personality, subjectivity, and sensitivity.
- To the technique: the substance, which is a matter of knowledge and know-how to be incorporated.

My teaching is based on contemporary techniques Humphrey/Limón (weight/suspension), Cunningham (line, curve, space), and jazz with the Matt Mattox technique (isolation, dissociation of different parts of the body).

To build

The objective of my teaching is to help students build benchmarks. By explaining how to do it through tools and reading keys, they will be able to understand their own experiences of movement better.

Tools

One of the main challenges in learning is to understand and master the tools necessary to build one's knowledge.
It is not enough to reproduce but to incorporate what is done, the tools becoming means for constructing these techniques. They allow awareness qualitatively and sensitively.

Commitment

Engagement then becomes an essential element in learning. Learning through the body requires it to be total. You have to commit, act, not be afraid of making mistakes and start over: dare to undertake to progress.

Protection

However, to engage, you have to be safe. This is why special attention is paid to the postural structure so that the body organizes itself in learning to avoid wear and tear or malfunctions in the short, medium, and long term.

Hybrid

Because today the profession of being a dancer is diversifying, it is essential to understand the new challenges that characterize it. In this perspective, I wish to accompany the new generations of dancers to work on their skills between the different dance currents, old and new, and with all the artistic and cultural fields that surround our society.
The goal is to become more hybrid in their practice, performance, and aesthetic locally and internationally.

MEDIA

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