Mélanie Lomoff

Graduated in classical dance at the CNSM in Paris, Mélanie Lomoff - °1978, Laon (FR) - made the choice to work with choreographers who demand strong physical creativity from their dancers.

Between 1998 and 2009, she danced in six creations by José Montalvo and Dominique Hervieu (Centre Chorégraphique National de Créteil et du Val de Marne) and assisted the dancers of the Opéra de Paris in Le rire de la lyre by José Montalvo and Dominique Hervieu. In 2002, she received the Grand Prix at Le concours international de la danse de Paris.
From 2006, she danced with les ballets C de la B in vsprs (Alain Platel) and Patchagonia (Lisi Estaras). She returned to José Montalvo and Dominique Hervieu for the creation of Good Morning Mr Gershwin, before rejoining les ballets C de la B to dance in Out of Context (Alain Platel).
In 2011 and 2012, she danced with the actor Jacques Gamblin in his performance Tout est normal mon coeur scintille.

Mélanie Lomoff's choreographic career began in London in 2013 at the East 15 Acting School, where she assisted director Alexander Zeldin and created two pieces with the students. At the same time, she taught dance at the University of Performing Arts in London (Braal Institute).
In 2014, she created the solo Three studies of Flesh for a female. She received the Think Big prize at the Hanover Opera for the choreography of a piece for 10 dancers on the occasion of the opening of the International Dance Festival in Hanover. She collaborated with Robert Ames and Galia Bisengalieva in London.
In 2017, she created the choreography for Volutes, a piece for three dancers as part of '22Ov' an initiative of and produced by Denis Plassard. In 2018, she choreographed for Antygone with the Song of the Goat theatre in Poland.
From 2018 to 2022, she danced with choreographer Mourad Merzouki in Folia and Catwalk.

update 2022

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