Juliette Rahon

Tänzerin Juliette Rahon
Bildrechte: Thomas Frey

Born in 1991 in Lyon (France), Juliette Rahon is a performer, choreographer and  pedagogue based in Leipzig, Germany. Juliette studied Ballet and Contemporary dance at the "Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional de Lyon", "Real Conservatoirio Profesional de Danza Mariema" in Madrid, and at the "Iwanson International of Contemporary Dance" in Munich. 

Since 2014 Juliette has been seen performing in several international Theater and company such as the Opernhaus Zürich with Kinsun Chan, at the Oper Leipzig with the choreographer Rosamund Gilmore, as well with Claire Lefèvre at the Tanzquartier in Vienna and Teatro Sanbápolis in Italy, with the director Kristof Spiewok at the Schaubühne Lindenfels leipzig. Juliette worked as well with the American choreographer Heidi Weiss in Berlin and Hamburg, she danced for Heike Hennig in Leipzig, and as well for Malou Meyenhofer at the Theater am Gleis in Winterthur.

Juliette’s choreographic debut started in 2013 when she is invited to present  her piece “Jeux“ in Palamos, Spain. 2014 is highlighted with her piece «Between Reality and Insanity», with which she is awarded by the 2. Prize of the  choreographic Competition “DanzaFirenze“ in Florence. In 2016 the young choreographer creates her piece „Nomade“ in collaboration with, Gabriella Victoria and Léonard Frey-Maibach two musicians soloist of the Gewandhaus orchestra in Leipzig. At this occasion they decide to found the interdisciplinary Ensemble "Juliette Rahon & Co". In 2017 they present "Les Nomades" at the Oper Leipzig. Juliette is as well the choreographic manager of the  "Labirynth" project in Bethlehem Palestine. 2018-2019 she creates the piece "1001 Leben“ at the Schaubühne Lindenfels theater in Leipzig, Germany. The piece has been invited at the international dance festival "Abundance  International Dance Festival" in Karlstad, Sweden. Furthermore "1001 Leben“ has been nominated for the Saxonian Dance Award among International dance institution. In the Fall 2019, the ensemble is invited at the "Zukunftsforum Cello" festival to present their duet "When a Cello meets a dancer" part 2, in Augsburg Germany.