Every TUE 1pm
(NYC time zone)
Zoom - desktop or mobile
• Suggested donation: $5 to $20
2 payment options:
Venmo > @bricemousset
Paypal > firstname.lastname@example.org
• The class/room will be open to join 10 min before class starts, on the day of each class.
Class will be closed to join 1 min before class starts
• After you click on the JOIN button below, the link will take you directly to Zoom where you can sign-in or download the app for free.
• Video / your video will be on when you enter the class. You have the option to leave your video on during the class or if you want to participate privately, you are welcome to turn your video off.
• Audio / Your audio will be off when you enter the room. You will have the option to turn your audio on before the class to say hi or introduce yourself. I ask for you to keep the audio off during the session.
• Keep your screen on Speaker View.
• When you have a question, you can give Brice a wave in front of the camera and turn your audio on to communicate or write a message on chat.
<< HOW to JOIN Brice's class >>
By joining the DFH classes online, through this portal or any other portal, you declare that you are in good shape, and understand the nature of physical training. You fully accept and assume all responsibility for injury or damage that may result from your participation in the DFH with Brice class. You release and hold harmless OUI DANSE/Brice Mousset with respect to any and all injury or damages arising from your participation in the DFH classes, to the fullest extent permitted by law.
In high demand as a teacher and international juror, Brice holds weekly contemporary dance classes in New York City at the renowned Broadway Dance Center and Peridance Center.
Brice is also a Professor of Contemporary Partnering, Improvisation and Contemporary Dance for the Professional Division and BFA programs at the Alvin Ailey School.
His teaching experience includes classes at SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Arts, Point Park University, STEPS on Broadway, French Academy of Ballet, Manhattan Youth Ballet, Joffrey Ballet and many workshops in America and Europe.
Brice's contemporary class encourages dancers to approach the movement with risk, athleticism, abandonment, breath, weight and focus. While pushing physical boundaries of the body, playing with lines and techniques, the student is invited to explore new ways to move, with organic and emotional intentions.
The class is divided in three segments:
1) warm up to center the body and articulate muscles and skeleton
2) improvisation to develop the artistry and imagination of the dancers but also to discover the infinit possibilities of their bodies.
3) learning choreography to develop specificity of movement execution, coordination and memory