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Since their foundation, the ADEM's have offered artists from all over the world, established in Geneva on a permanent or temporary basis, a framework conducive to the transmission of their art. Whether individual or collective, each workshop functions autonomously, both pedagogically and administratively.
The courses are in principle weekly and the tuition is paid directly to the teacher. However, it is compulsory for the students who take their classes in our premises to join the association.
The description of the courses was established from the information provided by the teachers; it is likely to be modified during the year.
These classes invite participants to discover tango through its various elements, weaving together tango’s music, history and physical aspects. They are aimed at beginners as much as experienced dancers.
Bharat Natyam is the most ancient style of traditional dance in India. It is a difficult and complex dance, in which each movement of the body (abhinaya) and each hand gesture (mudra) holds symbolic meaning. What appears to be so fluid, graceful and easy demands lengthy training and daily practice.
An introduction to Latin American rhythms through a didactic and hands-on repertoire, which is adapted for the voice and for instruments.
Classes offer insight into flamenco through rhythm and movement. They are based on warm-ups, feet techniques and arm movements, as well as rhythmic exercises using palmas and other percussion mediums. Linked steps are also taught at a level adapted to the children.
Cette année, Les Nuits du Monde, organisées par les Ateliers d'ethnomusicologie (ADEM) en collaboration avec la HEM, présentent quelques-uns des plus beaux récits de l'Histoire humaine, entre divertissement populaire et réflexion philosophique.
A showcase of world music and dance, Ethnosphères Magazine offers an unprecedented proximity to the world music and dance scene, as it is lived and conceived at the end of the lake. Through a wide variety of formats (portraits, reports, reports, press reviews), Ethnosphères Magazine offers a privileged point of view on the activities of ADEMs and the people who make them live (programmers, teacher-researchers, artists, etc. .). Ethnosphères Blog accompanies the mission of transmission of the ADEM by popularizing the news of research in ethnomusicology.All the articles