Biography

Born in France, Juliette is a performer, choreographer and  pedagogue based in Leipzig, Germany. She studied contemporary dance and ballet at Lyon’s National Conservatory, and graduated from high school with a Dance and Music Techniques major as well as art history and fine arts minors. At the age, of 18 she enrolled Madrid’s Royal Conservatoire to improve herself in Graham Technique, ballet as well as improvisation.  Two years later, she was offered  the chance to join the professional education at «Iwanson International Dance School» in Munich, where she worked with international choreographers such as Caroline Finn, Patrick Delcroix and Peter Mika. In 2014 Juliette graduated from the Iwanson international school with an international Stage Diploma.

Immediately she is detected for her choreographic talents, and therefore awarded by several scholarships. In 2013 she is invited to present  her piece “Jeux“ in Palamos, Spain. 2014 is highlighted with her solo piece “Metamorphose“, with which she is offered the chance to be guest choreographer in residency at the “Offene Studios“ in Tanztendenz Munich. She is awarded by the 2. Prize of the  choreographic Competition “DanzaFirenze“ in Florence, with her piece «Between Reality and Insanity». One year later, Juliette is invited to present her duet piece «Home Needs People» at the Einstein Theater in Munich. In 2017 she is in Residency at the Werkstattmacher e.V., to create her piece „Nomade“ in collaboration with two musicians soloist of the Gewandhaus orchestra in Leipzig.

Since 2014 she has been seen performing in several international Theater  and company such as Oper Leipzig where she performed “Rheingold“, „Walküre“,“Siegfried“ and „Götterdämmerung“,  choreographed by Rosamund Gilmore. Member of the KA 300. Ensemble in Karlsruhe, as well member of the “Crossoverprojekt“ in Berlin and Hambourg. 

In 2016 we can see Juliette as a Soloist in the dance Theater « Wald » by Heike Hennig, and in  Hamletmaschine, by Wolfgang Rihm, choreographed by Kinsun Chan, at the Opernhaus Zürich.  More Recently, Juliette worked with the director Kristof Spiewof for the pièce „Au revoir, Euridice“, in collaboration with the Oper Leipzig  and the Schaubühne Lindenfels.

Besides her dance and choreographic career, Juliette is sharing a passion with amateurs and pre-professional dancers by teaching Contemporary dance and Modern-Ballet technique in Tanz-Zentrale and Baileo in Leipzig.


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