Danseuse américaine à Paris.
les créations de Nicola Ayoub, sa danse et diffusion
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Depuis : 30/10/2008
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My new website! After all these years I have finally made a website. For fab photos, videos, and news come check it out. And of course it is in French and English.
Nicola Ayoub is a French-American dancer and choreographer living and working in Paris since September 2005. She trained and performed at the Atlanta Ballet. Then at age 17, completely frustrated with the world of classical ballet, Nicola swore she would never dance again. She plunged madly into her studies and obtained two B.A.s in History and Art
Meeting the young dancers of Bohol in March 2014 Guillaume and I are preparing for a fantastic dance workshop in Bohol, the Philippines for April 2015. The two week program will encompass dance in all its dimensions. Ballet, modern, jazz, theater, and yoga classes every day. Conferences and performances. And of course a fab show by the students to
Our 1st International Dance Workshop in Bohol (April 20 to May 3) was a great success. Guillaume's and my hard work and planning combined with the support of the U.S. and French Embassies, the NGO Rain Drop, Christophe Robin Colorist, the NCCA, Bohol's Provincial Government, the Peacock Garden Resort, and private donations made our project possible
J'ai le plaisir de re-danser pour la chorégraphe Alexandra Bansch dans sa pièce danse-théâtre. L'ambassade d'Allemagne et la Sorbonne présentent "l'aigle à deux têtes" le 13 decembre à la Maison Heinrich Heine, 19H30, Cité Universitaire. photos par Roger Fusciardi dans le cadre de la journée d'études Regards d'artistes sur la Grande Guer
Back from a successful tour in Djibouti with Keri Chryst and Jeff Hoffman. I can say it was a hot one. Yes, literally it was over 100°F everyday. Although there were many changes and surprises along the way it was a wonderful experience working with the talented young artists of RTD's "Jeunes Talents" and performing three times in the capital and
Fall 2015 marks 10 years that I've lived and worked in Paris. I always wanted to live far away from home in a dream city like Paris. However, I never thought I would be here so long or love it so much. Paris is my home. It scares me sometimes to realize that my whole adult life has played out in the city of lights. For the first two years, it seeme
Keri Chryst and I will be leading a new Song & Dance workshop with the teens from Rencontre 93, St Denis, thanks to the support from the U.S. Embassy France office of Cultural Affairs.
I love the long lazy days of summer but I am really dying to throw my arms up and start dancing again. Can't wait to burn up the stage in September. The Language in Manila
With certificates at PHSA and holding hands at Ballet Manila Thanks to the U.S. Embassy in Manila I was able to meet and teach the Philippine High School for the Arts' fantastic students on May 5 and then work with Ballet Manila on May 6. Two very different groups but both rewarding experiences. Workshop with PHSA