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contemporain du 09/03/2020 au 13/03/2020 avec DESPLANTEZ Julien
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Franck Arnaud Lusbec

Born in 1989, he has trained in Ballet, Jazz and Horton at the Rick Odums International Jazz Center in Paris (a school in partnership with other prestigious international schools: Alvin Ailey American Dance Center in New York and the University of Arts and Culture of Moscow).

He also joined the company “Insolite Crew” which allowed him to improve his Hip-Hop technique and take his first steps on stage as a professional dancer. In 2012, he continued his training within the Certificate Program at the Peridance Capezio Center in New York. For 2 years, he trained in various new techniques: Waacking, Voguing, Breaking, Contemporary, Theater Jazz, Street Jazz, and African Dance.

He refined his training alongside, Lajon Dantzler (Commercial Hip-Hop), Tweetboogie (Hip-Hop), KCDC (Street Jazz), Princess Lockeroo (Waacking), Archie Burnett (Voguing), Marlena Wolfe (Modern), and Milton Myers (Horton), Thierry Verger (Modal Underground)…

He was noticed by professional dancers, and was given the opportunity to participate in numerous shows and events, as a choreographer as well as a dancer.

He has a great passion for music, and revels in the exploration of the relationship between dance and music. He grew up surrounded by Caribbean music and dances, and his artistic journey began with styles like Dancehall, Zouk, “Bèlè” and salsa.

During his training, he created and developed his own dance style: Urban Fusion.

He also founded his own company, “Free FAL’L Dance,” at the end of 2014.