LORMEAU Philippe

LORMEAU Philippe


It was in Max Bozzoni's studio that Philippe Lormeau took his first dance steps. Continuing his training at the Paris Opera School of Dance, he joined the Paris Opera Ballet, under the direction of Rudolf Nureyev and danced in particular in Raymonda and interpreted Rudi van Dantzig (demi-soloist in No man's land, soloist in La Chanson des petits gosses).


In 1985, at the invitation of Rudi van Dantzig, he joined the Het National Ballet (Holland) and danced the repertoire, La Belle au bois dormant, Le Corsaire, Cendrillon by Peter Wright, before continuing his career with the Grands Ballets Canadiens (Montreal), where he danced pieces by Nacho Duato (Jardi Tancat, Na Floresta), as well as works by George Balanchine (Le Fils prodigue) and James Kudelka (Schéhérazade).

Back in France in 1990, he performed at the Opéra de Lyon the choreographies of William Forsythe (Steptext), Hans van Manen (5 tangos), Maguy Marin and took part in the creations of Angelin Preljocaj (role of Benvolio, then of Romeo, in Romeo & Juliet), of Ralph Lemon (Bogus Pomp).


Professor at the CNSMD of Lyon since 1996, he holds the Certificate of Aptitude for the functions of professor in classical dance, is in particular requested for internships in Russia and Italy, and he regularly intervenes in the training of the State Diploma of professor. , at the Center National de la Danse in Lyon.


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