Workshop Content:Dance-Musical Workshop.

Appropriate the lyrics of a French song and tell them in groups, group play, singing, rhythm, dance. On the whole day, we create an entire show with 3 songs and theatrical play scenes that link the songs together. All created with children.

For whom? For children between 8 and 14 years old

Duration of the workshop: – 2 hours (one choreographed song),
– half a day (1 to 2 songs with improvisation),
– the whole day with the necessary breaks

The host: Hélène Gulizzi

Hélène was born in France, in a family formed by immigration. Andalusia, Sicily, Scotland, England, France
His attraction to music, dance and the visual arts in general is encouraged and supported by his parents. She will follow various training in singing, piano, solfege and dance throughout her life and will graduate of the Beaux-Arts in Lorient in 2004.

Between 2003 and 2009, several collaborations with performing artists will shape his perception of the body, its relationship to Time, Space and the Other. She will be passionate about scenography, decorative painting, performance, street entertainment …

From 2006 until 2015, flamenco will take an increasingly important place in his artistic life, with his trips back and forth between Belgium and Spain to study with artists and masters such as Coral Vados, Federico Ordonez, Marisol Valderama, Juana Amaya, to name only the most regular.

His collaboration between 2012 and 2015 with the jazz flamenco group Trovadotres, in Brussels, will enable him to tame the stage as a soloist and to create many choreographies and rhythmic arrangements with the complicity and the unwavering confidence of Louis Henry, the leader and composer of the group.

During this time, a decisive meeting will allow him to deepen his approach and to free himself from all styles to enter the authenticity of his artistic path and the Breath of his love for the Dance.

In 2014, she discovered the richness of the choreophic teachings of Yumma Mudra and Michel Raji, which she practices constantly until today, through her research and artistic creations and the workshops that she has since given to various audiences.

It offers intensive workshops around rhythm (often flamenco), a work of body awareness, space and rhythm, to release its authentic movement while remaining anchored in its center.

Currently, her workshops are hosted at Mudriam School (, and she is also a member of the international art network Danza Duende Network (, initiated by Yumma Mudra.

She also works with children to create musicals (School of the Stage).
But her most cherished and most rewarding experience as a teacher and artist is the rhythm movement workshop she proposed at the Le Code de l’Equipe (Brussels) day center, thanks to the trust Anne Nouwynck and her collaborators. To release the movement thanks to the rythm and the pulsation common between the members of the group and the music to observe gradually the people out of their inhibitions.

She decided to go back to higher education as a specialized educator to register her work in this field and enrich her experiences.

His most recent artistic and scenic collaborations are:
• Oriental music ensemble Tarabella and singer Noria Zaman, with dancers and colleagues Ninon Robin and Sandra Vanoverberghe (Mudriam and Duendenetwork)
• Trovadotres, jazz flamenco
• Kali Sara, flamenco, gypsy jazz, Balkan music
• Boxon Recital, texts by Maïa Chauvier and world music
• In 2015, a duo collaboration with saxophonist Vincen Robin gives birth to the show Luz-A-zuL.