Milan Panet-Gigon, a daredevil and an athlete, discovered urban dance as a teenager and became interested in the fusion of different styles, including contemporary dance. A graduate of Concordia University’s contemporary dance choreography department, he has collaborated on numerous creations as a performer with several artists and companies, including Dave St-Pierre, Virginie Brunelle, Sasha Kleinplatz, PPS Danse, Parts+Labour_Danse and le Carré des lombes. He is a versatile performer, both athletic and profound.
Through his practice, Milan develops a particular interest in the transmission of know-how between artists which will lead him to develop teaching in the form of intensive workshops. Since 2014, he has been teaching workshops that combine floor work, partner work and an energetic, intelligent and instinctive practice. He has taught intensives in Quebec, France and Italy and is about to go teach in Spain.