Serge Daniel Kabore
Serge Daniel Kabore was born in Ouagadougou in Burkina Faso, and was introduced to theater, storytelling and urban dances within his high school.
Serge’s passion and curiosity for the artistic world lead him to participate in his first contemporary dance show in 2013 and subsequently pursue a professional career in dance.
After studying public law at Thomas Sankara University and graduating at the Center for Choreographic Development "La Termitière" created by Salia Sanou and Seydou Boro in Ouagadougou, he was admitted to attend École Des Sables in Senegal founded by Germaine Acogny, specialising in contemporary and traditional African dances and the art of teaching.
The Germaine Acogny methodology, based on the exploration of dance as an authentic form of expression and a vehicle for physical and psychological well-being, inspired Serge Daniel to create "Danse Nature", a concept of creative dance in the heart of nature and open to all audiences, and "60 minutes flat"- performances of one hour of improvisation between dancers. Furthermore, wishing to evolve into dance therapy, he introduced dance in a hospital in Ouagadougou by adapting movement for people with cancer.
Established in Luxembourg since 2020, Serge Daniel is delighted to know the Luxembourg artistic and cultural scene and to collaborate with artists from Luxembourg while continuing to nurture dance projects with and in his native country, Burkina Faso.