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School Groups

Danse Danse welcomes young people to events throughout the year, with eclectic programming featuring a diversity of genres and aesthetics.

School activities for all tastes

Want to explore dance in school? The Danse Danse team propose several options to initiate school groups from elementary school, high school, college and university.

Dare to introduce your students to the world of dance and creation during your next school activity.

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School activities 2023/2024

Want to explore dance in school? The Danse Danse team propose several options to initiate school groups from elementary school, high school, college and university.
Group outings
Shows
  • 16 shows programmed by Danse Danse (group rates, accompanying guides, discussion with the artists on Wednesdays and Fridays)
  • 4 shows in school matinee
  • Backstage tours
Moving together
Workshop with artists / À la carte dance classes

We offer dance workshops to stimulate young people's creative potential and dive into the creative world of an artist or company.

Tools for the curious
Educational resources

Danse Danse offers educational resources to enrich your viewing experience.

All of our school activities are accompanied by educational guides and personalized service from our passionate team.

Making dance accessible to all
Financial aid

Several measures exist to help you finance the cultural activities offered by Danse Danse.

Teacher testimonials

"With Danse Danse, I can confidently select our school trips: a variety of very powerful productions that give a very good idea of current trends in the world of dance."

—Elisabeth Rousseau

"It was a memorable outing. The preparation for the show (with the help of the educational guide), the dancers' performance and the meeting with them after the show impressed and delighted them. The main idea behind this approach was to integrate a cultural dimension to our teaching program, to make students aware of other forms of language, more oriented towards the search for shared values."

—Magali Poveda