Adeline Chevrier-Bosseau

Adeline Chevrier-Bosseau

Adeline Chevrier-Bosseau is Associate Professor of American literature and Dance Studies in the Sorbonne – University and a Junior Member of the IUF (Institut Universitaire de France). She holds an agrégation in English and a PhD in American literature from the Sorbonne-Nouvelle University (Université Paris III – Sorbonne Nouvelle). Her research focuses primarily on the dialogue between dance and literature, and she has published extensively in international peer-reviewed academic journals (Transatlantica, Revue Française des Études Américaines, The Emily Dickinson Journal, …), collective works like the Nouvelle Histoire de la danse en Occident: De la Préhistoire à nos jours (ed. Laura Cappelle, Seuil, 2020), and has edited the special issue of the Cahiers Élisabéthains on Shakespeare and dance (« Dancing Shakespeare in Europe: Silent Eloquence, the Body and the Space(s) of Play », volume 102, n°1, 2020).

Romain Arreghini

Romain Arreghini

Romain Arreghini was trained in the Rosella Hightower Dance Academy in Cannes and the Rudra Béjart school in Lausanne, where he was trained in the Graham technique and learned the Béjart repertory while also continuing to train in classical ballet. While in Lausanne,he was introduced to the practice of other art forms such as singing, music (drums), theatre, kendo and various traditional folk dances (Indian, Cuban, African and flamenco dance).

In 2009, he appeared in the piece “Pour la beauté du geste” (choreography by Redha and staging by Pierre-Loïc Lainé).

He joined the Aquitaine Junior Ballet in 2009, where he met choreographer Christine Hassid, who cast him in her piece “Beldurra” in 2015.

Marie-Geneviève Massé in her company l’Éventail and danced in ballets like “Don Juan et les 4 saisons”, “Monsieur de Pourceaugnac” with the Musiciens de Saint-Julien et les Malins Plaisirs, “Les Ballets de Noverre” with the Concert Spirituel, “Les Amants Magnifiques” with Malins Plaisirs and Concert Spirituel.

In 2012, he was cast as an actor, dancer and choreographer in “King Arthur, the wild hunt” (Rogue Theatre, Truro, GB).

In 2014, Françoise Denieau invited him to dance with the Théâtre de Caen et les Arts Florissants for the show “Rameau, maître à danser”.

Between 2015 and 2016, he worked with the Tanzcompagnie in Giessen (Germany) with choreographer Tarek Assam and appeared in Petrushka vs Feuervogel”, “Penelope wartet” and “Gravitas”. He also co-choreographed the piece “Urban voices”.

In France, he choreographed the musical theatre piece “Bouteille(s) à la mer” for the Soleil de Nuit company, and became the resident choreographer for Dhyana Dance Lab.

In 2017, he participated in the centenary of the first ballet-pantomime “The loves of Mars and Venus” with The Weaver Ensemble (GB).

In 2020, he became a certified ballet instructor (he holds a DE – “Diplôme d’Etat” in Dance instruction) and started teaching in the Villemomble conservatory as a substitute teacher, in the conservatories of Aubervilliers (CRR93) and Rueil-Malmaison (CRR).

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