Emmanuelle Broncin

emmanuele broncin

Emmanuelle Broncin has been dancing for several world-renowned institutions: Hamburg Opera, Spain National Company, Lyon Opera.

Born in Paris, she began dancing at the age of 8 at the School of Rio de Janeiro’s Municipal Theater. Back in France, she was admitted to the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse in Paris. As Miss Vaussard student, she won the First Prize in 1986, That same year she got finalist in the Prix de Lausanne.

Chosen at the Prix de Lausanne by John Neumeier, she began her career with the Hamburg Ballet. He received the Young Talent Oberdörffer award at age 19. She was then promoted to soloist and quickly danced the main roles in the repertoire: A Midsummer Night's Dream, Nutcracker, Tristan and Iseult, Illusions-comme un Lac des cygnes, Sleeping Beauty, Mozart 338, Othello, Window on Mozart, La quinta sinfonía from Gustav Mahler and also Onegin (J. Cranko), Sérénade (G. Balanchine), The Leaves are fading (A. Tudor), among others.

In 1994, Nacho Duato invited her as principal dancer of the Compañía Nacional de Danza in Spain. She worked there for 8 years and inspired many creations. White Darkness is the last piece that Nacho Duato created for her.

In 2002 she joined the Ballet de l'Opéra de Lyon directed by Yorgos Loukos and interpreted the important repertoire of this company, a reflection of the evolution of dance throughout the world.

During her career, she has contributed to various creations and worked with many choreographers: Maurice Béjart, John Neumeier, Jiri Kylian, Mats Ek, Nacho Duato, Ohad Naharin, Lar Lubovitch, Maguy Marin, Russel Maliphant, William Forsythe, Renato Zanella Philippe Découflé...

She has been invited to numerous star galas and has danced on the most prestigious stages in the world.

In 2007, she studied a BA for Classical Dance Teacher with a Certificate of Proficiency and a MA in Performing Arts, she was appointed Director of Studies at SCAENA.

In 2012, she became a Ballet Master at the Ballet du Capitole under the direction of Kader Belarbi.

Since 2018 she created the project Impromptus Dansés: Museum of Toulouse, Convent of the Jacobins, Festival des Roses de Camon, Quai des Savoirs ... Leading the public to discover a place through ephemeral choreographies.

Throughout her career she participated in dance conferences. She is interested in mediation and how to reach the public. In Lyon, she organized dance workshops in nursing homes and prisons. In Toulouse, with the mediation of the Théâtre du Capitole, she choreographed the annual dance workshops of the Jean-Jaurès University (CIAM).

Today, president of “La Salle”, she assiduously intervenes as a visiting professor at various international institutions to transmit the repertoire or prepare candidates for the dance chair and continues as a guest Ballet Master at the Bordeaux National Opera.