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Jean-Georges Noverre (1727-1810)

(Here to the English version)  Aproape întreaga mișcare coregrafică din secolul al XVIII-lea stă sub incidența benefică a unei personalități fără egal până atunci în istoria dansului: Jean-Georges Noverre, născut la 29.04.1727 la Paris, dintr-o mamă franțuzoaică și un tată elvețian. Deși fără tradiții artistice în familie, Noverre a fost atras încă de copil de […]

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How Mathematics Influenced the Birth of Ballet

Human history is the consequence of the physical and conceptual models that society managed to assimilate into the community’s life. In different epochs, different peoples, and different environments, some visionary people shape the future through their creations. They offer viable conceptual models, visible and accessible only to the times that will belong to their descendants.

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“Dancing nourishes a ravenous brain”- Inspiring affirmation of J.L.Hanna, 2015

Simona Noja, Symposium Speech (Part 2): “Talent, Creativity and Efficiency in Ballet Schools” at The European Festival of Ballet Schools “Grand Assemblé” Cluj-Napoca, Romania, 2015 Following the ideas exposed in Ms. J.L Hanna’s book ” Dancing to learn” we could define dance as a simultaneity of knowledge processing. On one hand, it is connecting the

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