Camille Lélu

Born and raised in a family of artists and teachers, Camille Lélu was trained in Brittany (France) with Aurélie Girbal. Later she enrolled at Epsedanse school in Montpellier (France). She was awarded first position at the European dance context at the French Federation of Danse in 2007. She is still pursuing her career as a dancer, notably for choreographers such as Wayne Barbaste, Lola Kealy, Patrice Valéro, Julie Sicard, Philippe Lafeuille (France) and for Da-On dance company (New-York). Between 2012 and 2014, she created her web video project Wanderings and Onemore, in collaboration with the director Elodie Francheteau. More recently, she co-founded and co-directs the dance company Les Pas Indispensables, along with Anthony Couroyer and Vivien Letarnec. Finally, she holds a State certification as a dance professor from Cefedem (Nantes, 2009).


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