Anne-Flore de Rochambeau

Following an academic training in Paris, New York and Montreal (UQAM, Bacc Danse 2012), Anne-Flore de Rochambeau </ strong> develops his practice as an interpreter and choreographer. Among his creations, the choreographic triptych inspired by the dynamics of the fluids sees its various components presented in several festivals in Montreal and its surroundings (Neighborhoods Dance, Zone Homa, Accès Danse), as well as in Toronto (Dance Matters) and in France ( Authors of Troubles). The end of the creative process is marked by the presentation of the last part by Tangente in March 2017.

In parallel, she creates with the choreographer Liliane Moussa “Alt-Shift”, a creative laboratory developing in situ and immersive choreographic works, such as their project Entrelacs which turned in 2016 with success.

For 2017, the choreographer is working on LORE, a new participatory creation and will present the solo Fadeout at the festival [dance: made in Canada] (August) and Quartiers Danses (Sept.).

Anne-Flore lives in the space of a refined aesthetic where the body incarnates an organic and intuitive language, inviting the viewer to a more sensory relationship of the body. Exploring the social nature of the individual, his compositions reflect the unconscious mechanisms that characterize our interactions.

Size: 5.9
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Dance Styles:  Classical Ballet, Contemporary, Jazz Ballet, Salsa, Swing, Hip-Hop

Specialties:  Classical Ballet, Contemporary, Jazz Ballet

Other: Yoga, Crossfit


LORE (in creation) For public space – 40 min., 4 to 7 dancers Residence: Dance à la Carte (spring 2017) Premiere: Quartier Danses Danses festival (September 2017)

Fadeout Solo – 13 minutes Step One: Dance Festival Made in Canada / Made in Canada (August 2017) & amp; Dance District Festival (Sep 2017)

Viscosity (30 minutes, 5 interpreters)
Broadcasting: TANGENTE March 2017 / Accès Danse Festival, Châteauguay April 2016 / Dance Matters, April 2016, Toronto / Parcours Scène, Nov. 7, 2015, Villeray House of Culture, Montreal / Zone Homa Festival, August 12, 2015, Montreal / Dance Tour 2017, official programming, Nov. 30, 2017, Montreal.

Entrelacs, Alt-Shift collective in situ creation – 20 minutes, 3 dancers + 1 violinist Part of the 2016 and 2017 selection of the program Playing Outside of Dancing on the Roads of Quebec Part of the 2017 selection of the program Des Arts Dehors / Arts Outside of Made in BC / 2017: 7 performances in Vancouver + 2 performances in Montreal / 2016: 11 performances in Quebec (Montreal, Valleyfield, Wakefield) + 6 performances in St-Malo (France) 2015 Fest. Neighborhoods Dances (5 repr.) / 2014 First stage of creation at FAST (Sorel-Tracy Arts Festival)

Laboratoire Popmolle, In situ and interdisciplinary creation of the collective Alt-Shift in collaboration with the digital arts collective Popcore: Manuel Chantre, Danny Perreault and Simon Laroche, 30 minutes, 3 dancers: Marine Rixhon, Liliane Moussa, Anne-Flore de Rochambeau , Diffusion: Espace Circle Square – September 2015 & amp; February 2016 for the Nuit Blanche of Montreal

Dynamics of fluids (70 min, 5 dancers) Choreographic triptych composed of: Viscosity + O2 + Fluids, Première: House of Culture Villeray-St-Michel-Parc-Extension (Montreal, April 2018) Collaborators for the entire triptych: David Pressault (external eye), Caroline Laurin-Beaucage (counselor), Marine Rixhon, Marijoe Foucher, Gabriel Painchaud, Liane Theriault, Keven Lee (performers), Hugo Dalphond (lighting designers), Hani Debbache (sound designer)

O2 (15 minutes, duet), Broadcast: Zone Homa Festival August 12, 2015, Montreal / Dance Matters, Feb. 2015, Toronto / Quartier Danses, Sept. 2014, Gesù Amphitheater, Montreal

FLUIDS (20 minutes, for 3 interpreters)
Broadcasting: Zone Homa 2014 / Trouble writers, Lyon France, April 2014 / Cayenne Podium Vacances, Guyane, August 2013 (Excerpt) / FRINGE festival Montreal, June 2013 / Festival Vue sur la Relève, April 2013 (Excerpt)

Snapshots, Cie Christian and François Ben Aïm – residence 2017, first Avignon Festival – July 2018
By The Skin of Your Teeth, Parts + Labor_Dance – Tangent

solo # 2 Christian Ben Aïm, in the process of being created – Paris, residence
Fadeout, choreography and interpretation (see dates above)
5 minutes with …, The Schmutt Sisters, La Fontaine Park, Parc des Faubourgs

2016 </ strong>
Journey Culture, creative residency in Mile End led by the organization Urban Consciousness

Final on the floor, Liliane Moussa, Montreal Fringe Festival – June 2015, Festival Bouge d’ici

2015 </ strong>
Devour me, there is nothing to fear! Christian Ben Aïm, creation for TOUKA DANSES CDC Guyane, presented at the 11th edition of the Rencontres de Danses Métis Festival, Cayenne, French Guiana

Interlacing (see above) – 2014-2015-2016-2017
Laboratoire Popmolle (see above) – 2015-2016
VIUN, Andrea Pena, Festival Quartiers Danses, House Theater, Mtl
Refuges and idols, Hugo Dalphond, Residence-installation, Homa Zone

2013 </ strong>
FLUIDS (see above) – 2013-2014-2015

Dance in Montreal, short film, director Élisabeth Desbiens
Schmuttland: for a lasting utopia, The Schmutt sisters and guests, presented at the AÉêtêt dE bUS Café-Bistro in partnership with Quebec Week Dance of the Quebec Dance Grouping
Cabaret of the White Night, The Schmutt Sisters Co., Monument National, Montreal – March 2, 2013 Humanity Project, Pigeon International Co., Place des Arts 5th Floor, Mtl
Mue, choreography: Marie-Andrée Gelac, (solo, 10 min) Bouge d’ici festival, Mainline Theater, Montreal – January 11-19, 2013 CoolNY Dance festival, John Ryan Theater, NY

The Lining, Installation of Sebastien Cliché, UQAM Gallery, Dec. 2012 The Little Ball, choreography: Sisters Schmutt (Élodie & Séverine Lombardo)
Cabaret under the trees at Parc des Faubourgs, Mtl

THE CIRCUS (not the one of the sun), choreography: Manon Oligny – aut.2011, as part of the directed choreographic show – repertoire, Agora de la danse

PAPAHHH, choreography: Claudia Chan Tak, (kitétonne street festival) Mtl – june 2011 RESSAC MEMORIES, choreography: The Schmutt Sisters during the directed choreographic show, Agora de la danse