“Vivre, c’est danser, j’aimerais mourir à bout de souffle, épuisée, à la fin d’une danse ou d’un refrain”


Crédit: Paul-Henri Pesquet

Charlotte Siepiora – french with carribean and polish origins from her father – began her international career as a dancer after pursuing her degree in dance from the Conservatoire national supérieur de musique et de danse de Lyon. Especially her three seasons at Ballet Preljocaj allowed her to discover the interest of Benesh Movement Notation (BMN) alongside Angelin Preljocaj and his choreologist Dany Levêque. This, along with her experience as a dancer, compelled her to obtain a Master degree in BMN from the Conservatoire national supérieur de musique et de danse de Paris. Charlotte has already created dance scores for the choreographers Douglas Becker, PeepingTom, David Drouard, and Emanuel Gat. She also restaged the second movement of Benjamin Millepied’s Amoveo and contributed to Live Fire Exercise’s restaging by Wayne McGregor at the Royal Ballet in London.

She also contributed as a dancer-choreographer in various Maisons Hermès, Air France, Chanel, Van Cleef and Arpels, Cartier, Repetto, LVMH productions and recently with Orient Express and Éric Bompard. She worked alongside prominent directors vs. photographers as Bruno Aveillan, Julien Vallon, Rankin, Martin Werner, Jean-Paul Goude, Nicolas Winding Refn, I could never be a dancer, Paul-Henri Pesquet and Lucas Christiansen.

Crédit: Paul-Henri Pesquet