Hans Camille Vancol is a Haitian born Canadian raised in Africa. He is a performer, teacher, choreographer and director. He received his training at the school of Les Ballets Jazz de Montreal and his teachers in ballet, jazz and modern were Andre Lucas, Odette Lalonde and Eva von Gencsy. He later joined the company to interpret works of Louis Falco and Ulysses Dove among others.
Following five years of intensive worldwide touring, he went to Le Ballet du Grand Theatre de Genève directed by Oscar Araiz, where Alphonse Poulin’s influence on his ballet technique was fundamental to perform works of Mats Ek and Jiri Kylian. He also taught Jazz Dance at the Conservatoire de Musique de Genève.
Two years later, he went to Italy, where he worked for TV and the Fashion sector as a freelance artist. Despite those stimulating years, the excitement of the theatre world was lacking, hence accepting a contract as a principal at Il Balletto di Venezia directed by Giuseppe Carbone.
In spite of three unforgettable years of artistic collaborations, his turning point was establishing a dance school in Verona with his wife Anat Weinberger. Subsequently three decades, the Vic Ballet Academy still prepares young students to get into renown international academies and continues the proliferation of sharing Dance with the entire community. He has enrolled at the MA CoDE in October 2019.