Teachers

Hans Vogl Director Hans Vogl is internationally recognized as an outstanding ballet teacher. His first-class dance training, years of experience on stages around the world, and finally his training in dance pedagogy make him the ideal ballet master for students of any age or level. In his own words, “The joy of dancing and movement as well as physical health and well-being are near to my heart. It is therefore essential to me and to my teachers to work toward these ends every day.”
Prof. Dietmar Seyffert Artistic Direcotr – Classical Dance Prof. Dietmar Seyffert was born in Reichenberg in the Sudetenland. In Dresden he studied dance at the Palucca School, then psychology and education at the Leipzig DHK, and finally musical anatomy and morphology at the HU Berlin. He has worked at the Deutsche Staatsoper Berlin, the “Great Leipzig Opera” and choreographed in the metropoles of over 30 countries (New York, New Dehli, Bolshoi Theatre Moscow, Cairo, Tokyo, London, Mexico City, Vienna, and many others).
Prof. Dr. Peter Jarchow Künstlerische Leitung Improvisation Prof. Dr. Peter Jarchow ist Improvisationslehrer an der Leipziger Musikhochschule. Er hatte die erste Professur für Improvisation im deutschen Sprachraum inne. Derzeit ist er Professor an der Hochschule für Schauspielkunst “Ernst Busch” in Berlin und Gründer des Deutschen Instituts für Improvisation.

Tim Golliher Contemporary Artistic Director Tim Golliher studied at the School of Maurice Bejart. He has danced and choreographed in well-known theaters such as the Bremer Tanztheater or the Theater des Westens in Berlin, as well as in film productions and dance shows. He has also given numerous workshops in Europe and America and for many years now has been teaching at the Universität der Künste, the Ballett Centrum and the Tanzakademie Balance 1, among others.
Emilia Gabriel LECTURER FOR CLASSICAL DANCE & REPERTOIRE As a ballet dancer Emilia Gabriel was formed nine years at the State Ballet School in Sofia, Bulgaria. Then she danced as a solo dancer at the Sofia National Opera, the Berlin State Opera and Ballet at the German television. Later she studied four years ballet pedagogy at the School for Dance Education and Choreography Leipzig and completed her studies at the Hochschule für Musik “Hanns Eisler” in Berlin. She taught 35 years as a ballet teacher at the State Ballet School and School of Circus Arts in Berlin. Since 2013, it has been the ballet teacher for classical dance repertoire and in vocational training stage dance at the International Dance Academy in Berlin.
Gesine Ringel Choreography und Improvisation Since her graduation from the National Ballet School of the Leipzig Opera House, Gesine Ringel has danced in numerous ballet, opera and musical productions. In 1996 she began her studies in choreography with Dietmar Seyffert at the prestigious Ernst Busch Drama Academy and graduated with distinction. For 14 years she has worked in over 60 choreographies of different genres and supervised several film productions. She has been featured in theaters like Chemnitz, Gera/Altenburg, Dresden, Potsdam, Brandenburg, Giessen, Görlitz, Zittau, Bautzen and Schwerin. She was a production manager for the hit production “Back Home” by Dietmar Seyffert in St. Petersburg. From 2011-13 she returned to the Brandenburg Theater, guesting at the Möllner Eulenspiegel Festival and in free dance theater productions. In 2004 she was a founding member of the Seefestival Wustrau and has been very successful as a choreographer and as Deputy Director there ever since.

Prof. Larisa Dorbozhan lecturer in classical dance and repertoire Larisa Dobrozhan began her training in Leningrad at the “Waganova Dance Academy”. She danced et al at the Mariinsky Theatre (now St. Petersburg) and the comic opera Berlin. The training of teacher she received at the GITIS in Moscow. There and in Tokyo they were first on their knowledge as a teacher. Overeating and Munich, she led the way back to Berlin, where she studied at the State Ballet School of Berlin was very successful as a teacher of classical dance to 2014.
Dr. Maren Kapella Orthopaedic Surgeon Maren Kapella was born in Berlin. She was a ballet student at the John Cranko School in Stuttgart until she moved to Berlin to study medicine at the Freie Universität. She graduated from medical school in 1991. She did her residency training in general surgery and orthopaedics in England and Germany and upon completion worked as a consultant orthopaedic surgeon at the orthopaedic hospital in Birkenwerder near Berlin. Since 2007 she has practiced as a specialist in orthopaedic and trauma surgery, first at the Meoclinic Berlin and at the Humboldt Hospital, and now at Wera Meißner Klinikum in Hessen. She also has a private practice in Berlin Mitte. Maren Kapella has been dancing all her life. She has a special interest in helping dancers to use their body in a physiological way to avoid pain and injuries.
Jessy Tuddenham Modern Dance, Improvisatio Jessy was born in 1975 in Salt Lake City, USA and is a choreographer and an instructor of dance, movement, and improvisation. In 2003, she received her MFA in Dance Performance and Choreography from Mills College in Oakland, California. A short time later, she moved to Berlin, where she is featured at the Dance Academy Balance 1 and elsewhere. In recent years, she focused particularly on a solo series entitled “Biographies”, in which she delved into the world of storytelling. She also teaches at numerous dance festivals around the world.

Jakob Yaw Contemporary Dance, Improvisation, Choreographie Jacob Yaw was educated at the State Ballet School of Berlin and later in the Scenario Pubblico – International Choreographic Centre Sicily. In early 2011 he moved to Jakarta, where he was a soloist in Jakarta choreographer Jecko Siompo’s ballet company, as well as a guest intsructor in contemporary dance at IKJ – Jakarta Art Institute and a coach for the dancers of Siompo’s company JeckoSDance. In 2012, Jakob Yaw returned to Berlin, where he works as a dancer, choreographer and training leader.
Adrian Navarro Ballett for Adults Adrian Navarro was, inter alia, Member of the Royal Swedish Ballet in Stockholm and teaches ballet for adults (beginners) in the Rheinstraße. In his hour he gives the anatomical conditions of the different student / inside big attention and also counts with a knowledge of other Trainignsformen. The Ballet for Beginners runs Saturdays 12.15 – 13.15 clock. Login to Juliane at (030) 873 88 18