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Moment

Dance education and work: Monja has been dancing since she was six years old. She studied in various dance schools and with many instructors from all over the world. She regularly participates in various dance workshops at home and abroad, and broadens her knowledge of ballet, jazz, modern technique and hip hop.

Domen has been dancing since he was ten years old and regularly attends workshops at home and abroad. As a choreographer, he presented his work on shows and festivals, and successfully participated in competitions in Slovenia and abroad. He has won achieved top results at international and national competitions, as well as festivals.

Together they form the duo Moment, with the intention to offer something fresh. To do this, they combine knowledge from the fields of jazz, modern, ballet, hip-hop and breakdance. They build and offer a platform, from which dancers may build their dance careers.

In 2015, they carried out a six-week tour of Australia, where they taught in Canberra, Sydney and Melbourne, and danced in local productions. In 2016 they served as judges for competitions and taught at festivals in Italy, Austria, Croatia, as well as having a tour in Scotland, where they are taught in Edinburgh and prepared various teams for UDO competition.

General education: Monja - pursuing a degree in sociology and art history, Domen - secondary school of tourism graduate

Dance genres: Jazz, Hip-Hop, House, Modern

Workshop instructors : Street Dance Styles beginners in intermediate, Hip-Hop and Hip-Hop Children

Motto:  "We believe that every moment in our lives is important. Everyone is trying to achieve something big, without realizing that life is made up of small, but important moments. It is the way that is important, not a goal."