Stéphane Dalle's Floor Barre
The Boris Kniaseff – Floor Barre method
Introducing the first of the Yumiko Dance Education Series.
Stéphane Dalle introduces the Boris Kniasiff floor barre method with students of the John Cranko Ballett Schule. Due to technical problems, we have to redo the dvd, and expect it to be available the 1st of April 2009. Sign up for our newsletter to be updated about news regarding the floorbarre DVD!
In 1993, Yumiko Takeshima move from New York City to join the Dutch National Ballet, where she continued to develop her passion for designing dancewear and costumes. In early 2002 she launched YUMIKO dancewear and the YumiGirl Network.
Born in Asahikawa, Japan to parents who owned a small Kimono business, Takeshima began dancing at the age of four in Sapporo, Japan. At the age of 14 she left home to study with the San Francisco Ballet school, soon after receiving her first professional dance contract.
Since 2002, Takeshima has continued to develop her made-to-order line, as well as a ready-to-wear line, of high quality, great fitting, and beautifully designed dance and fitness wear for women and men. In addition, since moving to Amsterdam, Netherlands, Takeshima has designed costumes for numerous choreographers, most notably David Dawson and William Forsythe and has been praised in the press not only as a dancer, but also for designing some of the most elegant, simple, and esthetically beautiful dance costumes in the European dance world.
Yumiko Takeshima is currently a principle dancer with Dresden's SemperOper Ballett in Germany and continues to devote much of her time to her YUMIKO business and her costume design projects.
Stéphane Dalle's introduction of The Boris Kniaseff FLOOR BARRE METHOD.
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