Dance has no nationality, no color, no border and speaks only one language:
"The Body Language"
I grew up in a sporty family in Grüsch, Graubünden. Ever since I was little I have been fascinated by various sports. Thanks to my family and the location of my village, I was able to learn a lot, such as skiing, tennis, ice skating, athletics, etc.
I started rhythmic gymnastics when I was 6 years old. It was my great passion, but very time consuming. So in 2015 I decided to take a slightly different path. Movement and music have always meant a lot to me, and that's how I got into dancing. At the Tanzerinas school in Chur, I trained jazz, ballet and contemporary four times a week. During my exchange year in New Zealand in 2018/19, I was able to focus fully on dancing and I realized that I wanted to turn this hobby into my job. In May 2018 I won first prize at Melanie Person's Como Lake Dance Award- a Scholarship at Alvin Ailey in New York for the 2019 Summer Intensive.
Six intensive weeks, which, however, brought me a lot further.
I have been studying at Tanzwerk101 in Zurich since August 2019 and will complete my Bachelor of Urban and Contemporary Dance there.
There is give and take in this art. That's why I want to pass my knowledge on to many people who are enthusiastic about moving.
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