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Redha Benteifour


Europe, France, Paris

Redha is a dancer and choreographer of mixed French and Algerian descent. He studied with people like Martha Graham and Jerry Himes at the Horton School in L.A. Over the last few decades, Redha has become best known for his work in the international entertainment industry and for large-scale spectacles which included the Football World Cup in France (1998). Alongside this, he has also gained recognition for his modern ballets. Redha has had his own dance company since 1981 and nowadays works all over the world, from Africa and Europe to the Americas and Asia. He has created choreographies for the feature films of Costa Gavras, Roman Polanski, and Alain Delon and for the music videos of Elton John, Diana Ross, Michael Jackson, Tom Jones, and various well-known French singers