A bridge between Africa and Europe
|Jacqueline Moesch Mampuya, born in the Congo, spent her childhood in Switzerland. She is therefore accustomed to both the African and European way of thinking.
||Artistic development|| Educated by Lucky Zebila (director National Ballet Congo) and Elsa Wolliaston, Kenya. They were the first teachers to teach the African dance in Europe.
Collaboration with the Fatala Group, Guinea, and their director Bruno Camara as well as with Paco Ye of the Farafina Group, Burkina Faso.
Studies in Africa and Paris
|Appearances and choreographics|| Participation at presentations with various African dance groups in Europe and Africa, sometimes as a soloist.
Intercultural exchange programme on invitation from Burkina Faso's Ministry of Culture.
Choreography for Euripides'Bakchen at Basle's Od-Theatre (Director H.D. Jendreyko, music Christoph Marthaler)
Choreography for the dance performance A Viewing with Witnesses.
Amadou Hampâté Bâ's "Petit Bodiel", with forum:claque Baden.
|Work as dance pedagogue|| Courses and Workshops in various dance schools in Zurich and Basle
Foundation of own dance school Ecole de danse d'expression africaine
Own workshops and courses in Basle, Zurich, Locarno and Amsterdam
Weekly intensive-workshops in Fiesch, Saignelégier, Loco, Boldern, Basle, Berlin, Stuttgart
Classes at Zurich's Konservatorium
Teaching position at various public and private schools in the German-speaking part of Switzerland and in the Tessin
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