Céline Maufroid

Born in North of France, Céline Maufroid studied dance at Roubaix’s Centre Chorégraphique National school. She joins the company in 1997, dances many pieces by Mayse Delente and works with invited choreographers like Ivan Favier, Jean-Claude Gallotta, Renatus Hoogenraad, Itzik Galili, Ohad Naharin, Guy Weizman and Roni Haver. From 2003 to 2004, she danced in choreographies by Andy De Groat, Christine Bastin, Ivan Favier, Motaz Kabbani, Hervé Diasnas, Thonas Duchatelet, Michel Keimenis and Rui Horta.

Since 2005, she has been dancing for Carolyn Carlson (Inanna, Down by the River, Les Rêves de Karabine Klaxon, Full Moon, Waterborn, eau, Present Memory, Mundus Imaginalis, we were horses, Synchronicity, All that Falls and Now) , Juha Marsalo (Scène d’amour, Perle), Yutaka Nakata (Salt, pepper or sugar?) and Sonia Rocha (Landscapes). She throws herself into creation with Lou(p) y es-tu ?, a piece for young audience in 2011. That same year Carolyn Carlson creates for her the solo Wind Woman. Since 2013 she also dances for Akoma Névé and Filament and collaborate to different projects and pieces around early childhood with the company Flocontine.