Sunday workshops with professional dancers from New York

We are thrilled to announce that we will have two professional male dancers from New York visiting City Arts in Kigali and teaching weekend workshops! Carlos and Chase (see their bio’s and achievements below), will be in Rwanda towards the end of October and offer three Sunday workshops for our students!

The details are as follows:

A combination of ballet and modern workshops with professional dancers, Carlos and Chase!

Sundays – 22nd October, 29th October and 5th November.

Workshop schedule
10.00 – 13.00:  Ballet 4 and 5
14.00 – 15.30:  Ballet 2 and 3
16.00 – 19.00: Advanced adults
19.30 – 21.00:  for teachers only

The dancers are privately funding their trip to Rwanda and the price of the workshops will be contributed to cover their costs. The workshops will be great value for money!
– 3 hours / 20,000 Rwf
– 90 minutes / 10,000 Rwf

How to book?
Spaces are limited so please pre-book by emailing or calling 0784 444 569.

CHASE JOHNSEY was trained at the Virginia School of the Arts under Petrus Bosman.  In 2004, he joined Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, and was the youngest dancer to ever join the company.  With ¨The Trocks¨, he has toured extensively through every major continent, and has performed at some of the most prestigious venues in the world, such as Bolshoi Theatre, Chatelet, Sadlers Wells, Kennedy Center, Arsht Center, and many others.  In 2008, he was featured in Dance Magazine´s ¨25 to Watch.¨ In 2017, he was nominated by the National Awards of the UK for Best Performance and Best Male Dancer, in which he won the ladder.  He has been fortunate enough to dance most leading roles in the Trockadero repertory, and has received critical acclaim in the roles of Odette/Odile, Paquita, Kitri, and Flames of Paris pas de deux.  He looks forward to many more seasons with Trockadero.
CARLOS RENEDO is from Barcelona, Spain. He has danced in several musicals like Mamma Mia! and Victor Victoria. Carlos has performed in the Belgian opera productions La Traviatta and Nabucco, and has appeared on TV shows, including Disney Channel. He lives in New York City since 2008 where has had the chance to work with some of the most important choreographs, and has danced at The Metropolitan Opera House for three seasons in the productions of Les Contes d’Hoffmann and Madama Butterfly. He joined Les Ballets Trockadero in 2011, a ballet company that travels the world with a comedy ballet show. Carlos is also an aerial artist.

If you have any question please get in touch. Please do spread the word about this exciting opportunity – it isn’t often we get such talented individuals visiting our country! It’s a great chance for our students to be inspired by experienced dancers and also the opportunity for Carlos and Chase to see what our dancers are made of! It will be an inspiring series of workshops for all!

Get ready for three Sundays of fun!