Shooting outside Paris ~

This week, I went to Fécamp in Normandy (a region at the North-West of France) for a video shooting. Normandy is known to be a very rainy and cold area. However, we were very lucky to have a perfectly sunny day for the cameras. It was no less than 33 degrees! Filming outdoor is a... Continue Reading →

Rehearsing in Rouen

During the entire confinement I have been working on a new solo with a choreographer friend of mine who lives in Germany through Zoom. It is a new challenge to create this way because the choreographer has only one single angle to see my movements and I have very limited space to try out the... Continue Reading →

Zoom Class

This Covid-19 episode completely changed the way people work in the world. Thanks to the new technologies that we have today, most companies were able to connect and to work from home. I am sure these tools and these new ways of working will remain even after the coronavirus will be completely gone. It is... Continue Reading →

Balanchine performances

The Balanchine program at the Paris Opera Ballet started two weeks ago, and we will be doing this until the middle of March. I am now doing Serenade at every show, since the first cast dancer got injured and will not be performing until the 28th February. The role of the four men in Serenade... Continue Reading →

GEM Graduation on Chinese New Year

Last Saturday, 25th January 2020, was a day of unbelievable coincidence: - It was the first day of the Chinese New Year of the Rat (me being a Rat in Chinese Zodiac and a "petit rat de l'Opéra")- and the day of the graduation ceremony at my business school, Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM). Moreover,... Continue Reading →

Gala in Calais, France

The Paris Opera Ballet is now on vacation. As usual, after December's intense period of performances, we would have a short break. This time was an exception though, because since 5th December, we have not be performing. I decided to prepare for a gala performance in Calais, France during this empty period. Calais is a... Continue Reading →

Raymonda at Opera Bastille

After nearly one and a half month of rehearsals, a part of the Paris Opera Ballet moved to Opera Bastille to perform Raymonda. It is one of Marius Petipa’s classical ballets, certainly not as popular as his other Tchaikovsky ballets (I.e. Swan Lake, Sleeping Beauty, Nutcracker......etc). Glazunov’s music for Raymonda clearly do not meet Tchaikovsky’s... Continue Reading →

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