Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst, Frankfurt (HfMDK)
Top left: construct danced by Aline. Bottom left: Solo from Rapid Eye Movement. Right: Aline Aubert
Deutschlandstipendium has gone to Aline Aubert (BA Tanz), 7. Semester.
The dutch-french student enjoys contemporary choreography at HfMDK and said:
"For me, dance is a passion which I follow every da, why I decided to leave Amsterdam and come to Frankfurt to become a professional dancer. I am currently entering the fourth year of my studies. The coming year is meant as a transition between the university and the professional field. (...) Another goal for the fourth year of my studies is to continue working on my own projects and I also want to keep collaborating with other artists on creative projects.”
See the work at: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=222723235658103
Dieter Heitkamp says about the young artist:
"Aline is a highly motivated and very talented student who works continuously and with focus in class. She is inquisitive, full of passion and able to quickly absorb new information in very different styles such as ballet, contemporary dance or urban dance and implement corrections. Her interpretations of given movement sequences and choreographic material convince through differentiation in dynamics and movement qualities. This was evident in various performance series at the Gallus Theater, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm and HfMDK, among others, in which she remarkably mastered the completely different choreographic challenges in pieces by Jean-Hugues Assohoto, Johannes Wieland, Tanja Liedtke, Ayman Harper, Susanne Noodt, Georg Reitschl, Paul White or Regina van Berkel."