Anne-Lise Brevers Kuhn (BE/USA) is a dancer, researcher and choreographer.
Trained in classical ballet by Menia Martinez, she obtained a master in dance at Royal Conservatoire Antwerp, her master’s project receiving the PlayRight Prize.
She worked as a freelance dancer for several choreographers before meeting Cindy Van Acker in 2010 while dancing in Romeo Castellucci’s ‘Parsifal’ at La Monnaie. She then joined the Cie Greffe in Geneva for the creation and touring of ‘Diffraction’ until 2015.
In 2016/2017, she collaborated to Damien Jalet’s choreography of ‘Suspiria’ by Luca Guadagnino while coaching Mia Goth and Tilda Swinton for their dancing parts in the movie. In 2017, she started working closely with choreographer Jan Martens as a rehearsal director and artistic assistant for ‘Rule of Three’ and ‘Any attempt will end in crushed bodies and shattered bones’. In 2021, she performed her immersive work ‘Shy Works’ at deSingel in Antwerp as part of the Bouge B festival and she choreographed Olga Neuwirth’s ‘Bählamms Fest’ under the direction of Dead Centre, for the Ruhrtriennale.
Since 2021, she teaches the class Embodied theory to the second-year students of the Master Dance, as well as mentoring their journey towards the final master’s project.