Joelle Boulogne

Joelle  Boulogne
Born 24/12/1968 in Cannes. French
She followed her studies at the Center for International Dance Rosella Hightower.His ballet teachers: José Ferran, Arlette Castanier, Rosella Hightower (Ballet the Marquis de Cuevas) and Claudie Winzer (Roland Petit) Voteck Lowski, Jan Nuyet,
Ronald Darden, Tatiana Grandzewa and Rita Talia.Modern dance, Graham, jazz Giovanni Louvet, Françoise Verdier, Monika Saez Flamenco José Ferran Dramatic expression: Bernard Lyautey Musical training: Mr. Claude Potier (Marquis de Cuevas)
She finished her course of study in June 1986 with a bachelor's degree technological F11D music, dance option.
Commitment to the "Jeune Ballet de France" from 1986 to 1987 Principal ballet master: Mr. Philippe Cohen
Classical repertoire: The Sleeping Beauty, Don Quixote, La Sylphide Bournonville, the Dream of a Summer Night J. Neumeier, Tchaikovsky Pas de Deux of Balanchine. Contemporary creations Directory: Philippe Cohen, Bertrand D'Att, Jean-Christophe Maillot, Carolyn Carlson, Claude Brumachon, Marc Tompkins.Commitment to "Les Ballets de Monte Carlo" from July 1987 to August 1994.Key roles in George Balanchine ballets: Tchaikovsky Pas de Deux, Theme and
Variations, Violin Concerto, Serenade, Rubies, Raymonda Variations, Agon, 4 Temperaments (Sanguine), the Prodigal Son.D'Anthony Tudor: The leaves are fading, Gala Performance.Michel Fokine: Les Sylphides, Le Spectre de la Rose, The Firebird. Bournonville: Napoli Flower Festival in Gensano. Pierre Lacotte: La Sylphide (Effie) The Vivandière.
John Neumeier: 10th Symphony Gustav Mahler. Dennis Wayne: Just Another Dance, Andante Pas de Deux.
Leonid Massine: Gaite Parisienne La.Uwe Scholz: Young Man and 2nd Symphony Schumann Creations made for her:
Roland Petit: Mozart and Dance, Karole Hermitage, I Had a Dream, Secunda Piel Philippe Lizon (Bejart) Double Portrait with a Glass of Wine Jean-Christophe Maillot, the Child and the Spells.
Participates in workshops young choreographers alongside Jean-Charles Gil, Peter Lewton, Brain Frederic Olivieri.
Invited to Limoges Opera for the role of Kitri with Frederic Olivieri in
full version of Don Quixote. Invited to the "White Nights Festival in St. Petersburg" to a tribute to George Balanchine.
She works with Pior Nardeli Serge Golovin (Paris Opera), Ricardo Nunez, Gerard Wilk, Giselle Roberge (American Ballet), Gérard Lignon, Patricia Néry and Suki Schorer (New York City Ballet), Christine Anthony, Yoko Ichino.
Commitment to "Hamburg Ballet" in August 1994. She works with Giselle Roberge, Kevin Haigen, Leslie Macbeth, Violette Verdy, Irina Jacobson, Natalia Makarova, Patricia Nery, Millicent Hodson, Pierre Lacotte, Mats Ek, Jiri
Kilian, Ben Huys, Susan Hendel She continues to develop her classical technique and interpret the most difficult roles
the classical repertoire are: Aurora, Princess Florine (Belle Sleeping Beauty) Odette, Odile (Natalia), Illusion of Swan Lake (J. Neumeier) La Sylphide Pierre Lacotte Nikia (Bayadère Natalia Makarova) Nutcracker Ballerina Prima (J. Neumeier)
Myrtha in Giselle Pas de Trois Pavillon d'Armide Mikael Fokine Bach Suite two (J. Neumeier created for Sylvie Guillem de l'Opéra de Paris)Theme and Variation, Violin Concerto, Emerald, Glinka Pas de Trois (G. Balanchine)
Dance at the Gathering (Jerome Robbins) Hyppolita, Titania, A Midsummer Night Summer (J. Neumeier)
Mats Ek created for her the role of Queen Sylvia in his "Sleeping Beauty" creates for the Hamburg Ballet in 1987.
It interprets most major dramatic roles directory and John Neumeier including:Marguerite Gautier, Manon Lescaut, Olympia in "The Lady of the Camellia"
Blanche Dubois "A Streetcar Named Desire" Mascha, "The Seagull" created on it The Goddess Diana in Sylvia
Pothyphar Weib in "The Legend of Joseph" Emilia in "Othello" Morgane and Queen Guinevere in "The Legend of Arthur"
Romola, Bronislava and Eleonora in "Nijinsky" Gueruth Queen in "Hamlet" Goddess Pallas Athena in "Odyssey"
The Angel of Death created for Margot Fonteyn in "Don Juan" The Observer of the moon in "The Seven Haiku of the Moon"
She also knows seduced by his naive and humorous side in The Stepmother in "Cinderella" Viola Fest in "Vivaldi or whatever you want" Ingrid, Anitra and the Queen of the trolls in "Peer Gynt" Bernstein Dances
Helena in the "Dream of a Summer Night" She played the roles of Mary in the "St. Matthew Passion" and Oratorio
Christmas Mr. Neumeier created for her many roles in: Vivaldi, Bernstein Dances, The Winter Journey, Prelude CV, The Seagull, Nijinsky, The Messiah, The Voice of Week-end holidays, the dual role of Romola in Pavlova
the Pavillon d'Armide and the 7th Symphony of Gustav Mahler he created for it main character. She was invited to dance
Florence (The Sleeping Beauty) Copenhagen (The 5th Symphony of Gustav Mahler) Bordeaux (Tribute to Rudolf Nureyev)
Stuttgart (Tribute to John Cranko) Dresden, Dusseldorf, Munich (Nutcracker and Dream of a Summer Night)
Berlin "Malakow and Friends Gala" (La Dame aux Camelias) Reggio Emilia (Lady of the Camellias) Tokio "Global Dance Festival" (Lady of the Camellias, Swan Lake) Monte Carlo, asked for "100 Years Ballets Russes" by the Princess
Hanover (La Dame aux Camelias) John Neumeier chose her to dance with him "The Chairs" by Maurice Béjart, according
Ionesco's work. She is a teacher and coach at charity galas for Haiti in collaboration with UNICEF
Summer workshop of John Neumeier teacher training as part of the National School Top Cannes Rosella Hightower.
She received the award in 2010 Positano "Leonide Massine" for his entire career and including his role in the "Lady of the Camellias." She dances in the film versions of "Illusion as Swan Lake," "The Passion St. Matthew "and reports" Ames Sisters of Nijinsky / Dance Neumeier "and "The Star of the North" Arte. She was invited as a teacher and ballet mistress of the "National Ballet of Peking" Teacher at the school Dance Cannes Rosella Hightower for the third
season Teaches secondary cycles senior classes and the traditional classical repertoire