Hugo Marchand Étoile
Ballet of the Opera

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history

2007 :
After winning the First Prize at the CNR in Nantes he enters the Paris Opera Ballet School.

2011 :
He joins the Corps de ballet at the age of 18.

2014 : "Coryphée". Bronze medal at the Varna International Dance competition.

2015 :
"Sujet". Cercle Carpeaux Prize. AROP Dance Prize. Nominated for the Benois de la Danse Prize.

2016 : "Premier danseur".

2017 :
Benois de la Danse Prize, "best dancer" category.
He dances in Violin Concerto, (Balanchine), Pas. / parts (Forsythe), Tar and Feathers, Symphonie de Psaumes (Kylián), James / La Sylphide (Lacotte after Taglioni), Des Grieux / L’Histoire de Manon (MacMillan), L’Anatomie de la sensation (McGregor), Pas de trois / Le Lac des cygnes, Drosselmeyer - Le Prince / The Nutcracker, Solor / La Bayadère, Roméo / Romeo et Juliette (Nureyev), Les Variations Goldberg (Robbins).

Following a performance of La Sylphide (Lacotte, after Taglioni) in which he perfoms the role of James on the stage of the Bunka Kaikan in Tokyo (Japan) on 3 March 2017, he is named "Étoile".

He has since added to his repertoire:

Obéron in Le Songe d’une nuit d’été, La Valse (Balanchine), Herman Schmerman (Forsythe).Principal creations at the Paris Opera:

Clear, Loud, Bright, Forward (Millepied, 2015), La Nuit s’achève (Millepied, 2016), Duo Concertant (Balanchine, 2016), Blake Works I (Forsythe, 2016), Renaissance (Bertaud, 2017).

Currently in

  • Palais Garnier
  • from 06 May to 05 June 2022
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  • Palais Garnier
  • from 25 June to 16 July 2022
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history

2007
Enters the Paris Opera Ballet School

2011
Joins the Corps de Ballet          

2014
Coryphée. Bronze medal at the Varna Competition

2015
Sujet
Cercle Carpeaux Award

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