Hélène was born in France, in a family formed by immigration. Andalusia, Sicily, Scotland, England, France His attraction to music, dance and the visual arts in general is encouraged and supported by his parents. She will follow various training in singing, piano, solfege and dance throughout her life and will graduate of the Beaux-Arts in Lorient in 2004. Between 2003 and 2009, several collaborations with performing artists will shape his perception of the body, its relationship to Time, Space and the Other. She will be passionate about scenography, decorative painting, performance, street entertainment …
From 2006 until 2015, flamenco will take an increasingly important place in his artistic life, with his trips back and forth between Belgium and Spain to study with artists and masters such as Coral Vados, Federico Ordonez, Marisol Valderama, Juana Amaya, to name only the most regular. His collaboration between 2012 and 2015 with the jazz flamenco group Trovadotres, in Brussels, will enable him to tame the stage as a soloist and to create many choreographies and rhythmic arrangements with the complicity and the unwavering confidence of Louis Henry, the leader and composer of the group.
In 2014, she discovered the richness of the choreophic teachings of Yumma Mudra and Michel Raji, which she practices constantly until today, through her research and artistic creations and the workshops that she has since given to various audiences.
|Performance without additional travel costs:||
|Equipment needed on site:||
a loudspeaker and a jack cable to connect the mp3 player.
|Material provided by the artist:||
MP3 player, lino carpet if needed.
|Technical requirements, space required, other conditions:||
Minimum space 3m x 6m, the public facing or surrounding the dancer.