Training and talent development
Methodology The methodology of Le Grand Cru is based on training and stylistic forms of European dance theater, combined with a uniquely developed strategy that maps the cultural and mental landscape of the participants. mapping
With this methodology and technical training we support artistic directors and individual performers globally in their desire to become professionals.
Vivacity, love, compassion and discipline; these are the ingredients with which we feed people to put them in their power.
We believe in the uniqueness of each culture. The starting point for each training is the culturally determined dance -and theater tradition. Contemporary form concepts and dance techniques are linked to this tradition.sampling
In this fusion process participants develop a new expressiveness to depict contemporary themes. The programs focus on artistic and personal growth: physical discipline, presentation, strengthening analytical and critical capacity, creativity and responsibility, dignity and trust.
Tradition versus modernization The specific choice of working from traditional dance forms and to connect these to contemporary dance forms was motivated in view of the following results:
Elasticity To visualize the development of a society in a performance by connecting old to new.
Authenticity To guard the recognition of identity for an inexperienced local audience that easily tune into traditions, which makes the impact of social themes more effective in its communication.
Sustainability To develop a unique artistic style that offers opportunities for the international market.
Quality The driving force in every training is a professional and demanding approach. Experience shows that this leads to the discovery of personal strength and courage to develop initiative. It enhances personal and cultural self-esteem and initiates creativity in the broadest sense.
SRHR Recently, our focus has shifted on performances dealing with sexual rights and health rights. Therefore, Le Grand Cru works not only alongside her artistic partners, but also closely together with local and international advocacy organizations such as Population Services International and Rutgers Foundation.