I try to pass on the “Vaganova” technique to the students with the greatest possible accuracy and respect. Nevertheless, I think it is very important to keep an eye on today’s expectations and to develop this clean technology in a timely manner.
My biggest priority is not to put the body wrong through intensive work and to pay attention to the limits of every single dancer. This requires a great deal of work, discipline and will.
Dancing is something beautiful, it spreads a lot of friends and connects people. I would like to make such beautiful moments possible through a harmonious cooperation with children, adolescents and adults.”
In our ballet school, Csaba Kvasz is responsible for ballet, stretching and strength courses.
Csaba Kvasz completed a ballett education at the Budapest Ballet Academy and then worked as a graduate educator at the Folkwang University in Essen. Since 2000 he has been working internationally as a guest teacher in Salzburg, Amsterdam, Rotterdam (Scapino), Maastricht, Athens and New York, as well as in Japan for the Japan Ballet Association.
He is recognized by the district government as per § 4 Nr. 21 UStG (German VAT Act).