Photography by Remy Tilburg

About me

Name: Romee van de Meent

Date of Birth: 04-07-1998

Nationality: Dutch

Email: romeevandemeent@gmail.com

 

At the moment:

Currently dancing at Conny Janssen Danst

Dance Company as Intern

 

Upcoming Performances:

DANSLOKAAL 6              6 Sept-11 Okt 2018

BROOS                             12 Jan- 11 Mei 2019

 

Link to website Conny Janssen Danst

 

Curriculum Vitae

Education

  • 2015 - Present (Fourth year)

   BACHELOR OF DANCE

   Amsterdam University of the Arts

    Urban contemporary (JMD)

  • 2011-2015 (Duration: 4 years) Pre-education Dance (5 o’clock class)

Amsterdam University of the Arts

  • 2010-2015 (Duration: 5 years) Higher General Secondary Education - A. Roland Holst College Hilversum, the Netherlands

Practices/sytles (Dance, Theater,text,singing) during my dance educations: 

Contemporary,Jazz,Modern, Floorwork, Ballet, Fysical theatre,Urban, Experimental,Text Interpretation, Singing,Composition,Movement research,Gaga, & Improvisation

Productions/Creations (performances During my bachelor)

  • 2018: Choreography: Jasper van Luijk - "Beyond Repair"

  • 2018: Choreography: Heidi Vierthaler - "Untitled"

  • 2017: Choreography: Ivan Perez - “DASH” (reworked). (Assistant: Christopher Tandy)

  • 2017: Choreography: Gerleen Balstra - “Hanging Out to Dry”

  • 2016: Choreography: Erion Kruja - “Love made me do it”

  • During the whole bachelor a lot of self creating and choreographing productions

Courses

  • Summer 2018 — Hofesh Shechter Dance Company Intensive. The Henny Jurriëns Foundation Amsterdam

  • Winter 2017 — Gaga People Intensive - The Henny Jurriëns Foundation Amsterdam

  • Summer 2017 — Gaga People/Dancers Summer Course in Tel Aviv Israel

  • Winter 2016 — Hofesh Shechter Dance Company Intensive.

                                    The Henny Jurriëns Foundation Amsterdam by  Erion Kruja.

  • Summer 2016 — Batsheva Dance Company Summer intensive in Tel Aviv Israel

Photograph by Edward Hermans

Photograph by Edward Hermans

Photograph by Fred Smink