Robert Le Nuz

Trained in ballet and contemporary dance, Robert Le Nuz graduated in 1996 as a physiotherapist and later, in 2004, as a ballet teacher. He discovered baroque dance through workshops with baroque dancers and choreographers Françoise Denieau, Marie-Geneviève Massé, Béatrice Massin and Ana Yepes.

As a professional dancer, he performed at the Comédie-Française, Opéra Comique and Paris Opéra, on tour in France and across Europe for festivals (Potsdam, Göttingen, Innsbruck, Utrecht, 

Karlsruhe, Nürnberg). Robert has worked with baroque dance choreographers such as M-G Massé/Compagnie L’Éventail (Don Juan, Voyage en Europe, Royales, Les Amants Magnifiques), F. Denieau (Amadis, Rinaldo, Vénus & Adonis, Rameau - Maître à danser), Gudrun Skamletz (Cadmus et Hermione) and more recently with D.C. Colonna/Nordic Baroque Dancers (Armide) and S. T'Hooft/Corpo Barocco (Imeneo).

As assistant of J. Guizerix or F. Denieau, he taught dancers and singers in opera productions (Les Noces de Figaro, Vénus & Adonis) and was invited by Karin Modigh to give training classes for the dancers of Armide. Deeply interested in baroque repertoire and transmission, he follows M-G Massé’s and Irène Ginger’s project De la plume à l'image since 2011 and gives workshops in baroque style for dance companies such as L’Éventail and Pasarela.

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In parallel of his dance experience, Robert has recently graduated in AFCMD (Functional Analysis of Body in Dance Movement), and develops courses on anatomy and AFCMD in several professional dance academies (CNSMD Lyon...) and institutions specialised in pedagogy.

Robert Le Nuz