BCDA TEACHERS

We – responsible teachers, masters of our students – are aware that our students will not follow us. We teach them our experiences on material and methods that may help actual students to develop their own individual, future dancer's personality, body, creativity, integration skills, reflectivity, health awareness, self development methods.

DANCE & CREATIVITY

Angelus Iván – founder, rector, contemporary dance basics, learning strategies, improvisation, creative strategies, integration strategies, school curriculum – HU / EN
Bakó Tamás – contemporary dance, contact dance, creative coaching – HU / EN
Farkas Zoltán – Rhytm & Dance in the Dance Culture of the Peoples of the Carpatian Valley – HU / EN
Kováts Tibor – Ballet – HU / EN
Várnagy Kristóf – Contemporary Ballet, Learning and Performing Strategies through Contemporary Repertoire – HU / EN

THEORY

Fuchs Lívia – History of Dance Culture – in Hungarian Language – HU / EN
Janotka Mónika – English Language  – HU / EN
Mérei Zsuzsa – Psychology in Hungarian Language – HU / EN
Péter Petra – Thesis Seminar – HU / EN
Szemessy KInga – Thesis Seminar, Dance Studies – HU / EN
Szegedy-Maszák Zsuzsa – Art Studies – HU / EN

GUEST TEACHERS

Joe Alegado – Alegado technika – HU / EN
Busa Balázs – Contemporary Dance
Csasznyi Blanka – Alegado technique – HU / EN
Csuzi Márton – Parkour – HU / EN
Marcela Giesche – Contemporary Dance
Hód Adrienne – Dance Tehchnique through Improvisation
Kancsó Luca – Contemporary Dance
Karczag Éva – Contemporary Dance
Kepes Júlia – Self awareness through Alexander technique
Eléonore Valére Lachky – Contemporary Dance
Tijen Lawton – Contemporary Dance 
Lőrinc Katalin – Graham basics – HU / EN
Mészáros Máté – Contemporary Dance, Partnering  – HU / EN
Mikó Dávid – Contemporary Dance  – HU / EN
Marco Torrice – Contemporary Dance – HU / EN
Sessi Krisztina – Rhytm & Dance in the Dance Culture of the Peoples of the Carpatian Valley, Contemporary Dance – HU / EN

FORMER TEACHERS

list 

Please check it in Hungarian as well