Emma started dancing in her town, in Britanny, France before moving to Paris at 14 years of age, to study at the Paris Conservatory, where she graduated in 2017.
This formation gave her a solid foundation in ballet but left her wanting to learn more about contemporary dance. To perfect her training, she went to “L’Atelier D’art Chorégraphique” (LAAC) of Clairemarie Osta and Nicolas Le Riche at the Theatre des Champs Elysées for 3 years. They not only allowed her to continue to train as a dancer, but opened a door to “create” herself as an artist, with a desire for creativity, research and novelty.
Emma also had the opportunity to participate in the Summer Intensive of the Nederlands Dance Theater last year, which allowed her to learn and work with different choreographers and styles.
Last year, Emma worked at the Ballet Preljocaj in Aix en Provence, where she danced a variety of pieces, she participated both in a creation and danced the company’s repertoire; The Four Seasons and Snow White of Angelin Preljocaj.
This is Emma’s first year as a member of Rambert2. ‘I am really inspired by the dancers of the company, the unique identity of every dancer, by the choreographers; as well as by the inspiring vision of the world that leads the company, which is for me fundamental for the fulfilment of an artist. I think I have always been inspired by strong personalities who helped to change the world. Now, I want to grow myself as an artist but also as a person, I think these two things cannot be separated.’