- CCN-Ballet de Lorraine
- Centre Chorégraphique National
- Practical information
Wednesday, February 9, 2022 6:30PM-8:30PM
The ON DANSE workshops and courses allow students to physically explore the universe of the artists workin at the CCN – Ballet de Lorraine. They are open to amateur and serious dancers, 16 years and older.
Rates: full rate: 15€ / reduced rate*: 10€
Bookings: email@example.com / +33(0)3 83 85 69 08
A graduate form the National Conservatory of Music and Dance in Paris, Clémence then trained at the Merce Cunningham studio in New York and then she followed the EXERCE training at the Center Chorégraphique National de Montpellier (2001). She began her performing career alongside Herman Diephuis, and subsequently worked with Fabrice Ramalingom, Christian Bourigault, Olivia Grandville, Loic Touzé and Emmanuelle Huynh. Later, she joined the Woudi-Tat duo. She took part in the expeditions of the Clowns Sans Frontières and the Mécaniques Savantes de La Machine de Nantes. She worked with the choreographers Pierre Droulers, Fabrice Lambert, David Wampach and Hélène Iratchet. Finally, in 2014, she was part of the Retrospective project by Xavier Le Roy at the Center Pompidou.
Clémence has been working with the DCA – Philippe Decouflé Company since 2006. She has danced in the Sombrero, Octopus and Contact creations, and took part as well as collaborated in all the company’s side projects. She recently assisted Philippe Decouflé in the choreographic creation for Bruno Dumont’s musical Jeannette, and danced in the last piece of the Mille plateaux associés, Saltare. She is also a performer of the latest creations by Olivia Grandville, A l’Ouest, and Fabrice Ramalingom.
Tatiana Julien is a french dancer and choreographer, graduate of the Paris National Dance Conservatoire and Paris University VIII. In parallel to her work, she has performed and collaborated with Cie 7273, Nathalie Pernette, Thomas Lebrun and Sylvain Prunenec. Today she dances for Olivia Grandville and Boris Charmatz.
In 2011, she founded her company, INTERSCRIBO. At the crossroads of languages, the company explores spectacular hybrid forms for both theater and on-site performances, mixing professionals and amateurs, questioning the artist’s commitment to the world and the role of the spectator/citizen. These creations, often adapted to the architecture of the location, offer engaging devices for the audience and deploys a fantasy of dance that contaminates everywhere, all the time, a dance that creates empathy. Sound, light, and text are its essential elements. The body engages with these immersive landscapes like a piercing cry, crossed by its context, charged with a persistent and vital force.
The company’s first creations, La Mort & l’Extase, Douve, Ruines and Initio, opéra chorégraphique were forms on the outskirts of expressionism. With chiselled, verbal and embodied choreographies. Its more recent creations Turbulence – a choreographed installation for headphones in a non-dedicated space -, Soulèvement (Uprising) – a bi-frontal solo piece on resistance -, and A F T E R – piece for eight performers (postponed due to sanitary crisis) in a collapsing scenography-, continue the exploration of a dance manifest, full and committed, this time in more performative forms and with the integration of the audience within the scenography.
As part of the European Dancing Museums project she created a highlight for dance entitled La Cité (éphémère) de la danse. She invites various choreographers to perform the utopia of a city of dance that connects to its locals. Tatiana Julien created the Prière de ne pas détruire in Louvre Museum and Monumenta performance in the nave of the Grand Palais in Paris. She also performed at the National Gallery in London, the Boijmans museum in Rotterdam, the Gemälde Galerie in Vienna, the museo Civico, the Arte Sella museum in Italy, and at INHA in Paris.