We put on amazing shows that capture an audience and bring life to baroque dance.
Terpsichore & Fantaisies
2012, Creation in June : Terpsichore (Rebel, Haendel)
Created in February : Fantaisies (Marais/ Lully, Courbois, Nougaro/Vivaldi, Bach)
La Belle Dame
2011, revival of Francine Lancelot’s choreographies for Lully’s opera Atys
Premiere of La Belle Dame (Lully, Rameau, Rebel)
Songes & Un air de Folies
2009, Songes (Lully, Charpentier, Vivaldi, Purcell)
2007, Un air de Folies (Marais, Lambert, Guédron, Bataille, Boesset).
Un Voyage d’hiver
2006, Un Voyage d’hiver (Schubert).
2002, Que ma joie demeure (Bach).
1999, choreography for Gérard Corbiau’s film Le roi danse.
Founded in 1993 by Béatrice Massin, Fêtes Galantes elaborates on the many aspects of baroque dance.
The confrontation between baroque style and contemporary dance gives birth to a specific writing.
By steering clear of any attempt at reconstitution, the company chose to bring forward, in our time, a kind of baroque that would interest the contemporary.
- <p>Baroque Dance Ability</p> 95% 95%
- <p>Sold Out Shows</p> 72% 72%
- <p>Unique Choreography</p> 85% 85%
- <p>Audience Happiness</p> 90% 90%
Leading the charge is Beatrice Massin, who has been dancing and choreographing since she was just 10 years old. You can occasionally catch her teaching classes when she isn’t directing.
Michell handles all of the day to day tasks and organizes the shows that you come to see. He’s constantly learning and adapting, so each show is better than the last.
Handling all of the behind the scenes stuff, Evelyn takes care of all the technical stuff that goes into each show for over 30 years now and loves every minute of it.