Aleksandar Josipović

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Aleksandar Josipović
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Aleksandar Josipović is a French-Yugoslavs marketing and communications expert, author, speaker, former ballroom dance champion/dancer.

Early life[edit]

Born in Lazarevac, Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Aleksandar received his first dance training in a ballroom dance. After he began studying ballet, jazz, modern and contemporary dance. He attended the Faculty of Sciences and Mathematics, University of Belgrade.[1]

In 2002 Josipovic study dance pedagogy at Centre National de la Danse, dance therapy at Codarts[2]

Career[edit]

Successful in the worlds of dance, theater and television Josipović was best known as all-rounder and powerful performer for his performances with the company for dignitaries and special events across the world such as: Moulin Rouge ( soloist dancer), Rio de Janeiro-Rio Carnival, Buenos Aires, Eurovision Song Contest, TV shows ( judge at Dancing with the Stars) and as a specialist in the performance he has taught all around the globe. [3][4] [5]

In 2013 he was appointed as the Director of Professional Department and Training Process at National Foundation for Dance. [1] Josipovic officially retired 2015 as one of the most influential French-Yugoslavs performers of the new era.[6][7][8]

Today he is expert in the field of marketing, communications and performance. [2]

Other work[edit]

Josipovic was involved in different projects as an artistic director, creative director and consultant in the international entertainment and fashion industry, sport, media and broadcast.[9][10][11] .[12][13][14][15][16]

He is author of four books (under the auspices of UNESCO International Dance Council).[17][18][19] [20] [21]

Josipovic has been very active in humanitarian work with the floods which hit Serbia and Bosnia in 2014.[22]

Personal life[edit]

He is closely related with prof. dr.Ivo Josipović, 3rd president of Croatia and Anton Josipović olympic champion in boxing, Los Angeles 1984.[citation needed] Josipović holds citizenship of France, Croatia and Republic of Serbia.

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