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Emma Leduc-Ongay Dancer

Born in 1978 in Biarritz, Emma trained at the CNR in Paris and Boulogne then returned to l’Esquisse, the CNDC (National Centre for Contemporary Dance) in Angers under the direction of Bouvier/Obadia where she would work in creation with Paul-André Fortier, Ronit Ziv and Tommi Kitti.

In 2002, she joined the Marseille Ballet and in 2003 the Maryse Delente Company with whom she would stay until 2009, interpreting a number of roles such as the Cloche de Verre, Mariana, Gisèle, Les Petites, El Canto, La Belle au Bois Dormant (Sleeping Beauty)…

Concurrently she was obtaining her Classical Dance Teaching Diplôme d’Etat and participated in numerous creation projects with Gregory Alliot, the Cie Hispanic Ballet company, Anat Cohen...

In 2010, she joined the Compagnie Guillaume Bordier for the creation of Fragment 14.