Classe de ballet avec Alisia Pobega - Danse à la Carte

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  • © Louis-Martin Charest

Alisia believes that dance should primarily be a positive experience. She aims to create an in-studio environment that promotes finding pleasure through focus and hard work. Ballet has two sides to the coin, the technical and the artistic, and Alisia strongly feels that both sides should coexist harmoniously. She believes in clean lines, strong cores and a whole lot of movement. She tries to make classes challenging but with a lot of room for musicality, personality and fun.

Biography

Dancer, teacher, co-artistic director of LIBERAMÆ performance & films Alisia Pobega completed her dance training in Montréal at L'École Supérieure de Ballet du Québec. In 2000, Alisia joined Les Grands Ballets Canadiens and would dance there for over 12 years, rising to a soloist ranking and performing in pieces by a wide range of international choreographers. She has also appeared in several dance films, Vivaldi: Le Violon Magique, Puccini: La Fin de la Voix , Liberamæ and BERTH. She is currently dancing as an independent artist performing principal roles with Ballet Ouest (Nutcracker), Skeels Danse Montréal (Remembering Giovanni, On the Path Toward Home and Rose of Jericho), and in Daniel Ezralow’s touring production, PEARL. She is also a member of The Legacy Project, directed by Margie Gillis.
Along with Louis­Martin Charest, she now shares the artistic directorship of the dance/ film company, LIBERAMÆ performance & films. Their latest projects include a short dance film, To Build A Home and the development of a future dance film, Port Hope. Together, they have also developed and teach a series of workshops: Presence and Interpretation Method For Dancers. Alisia also teaches contemporary and classical ballet, notably for Danse à la Carte, Les Ballets Jazz de Montréal, l’École supérieure de ballet du Québec and Les Studios (Les Grands Ballets Canadiens).

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