Dancer and choreographer, Filipe Lourenço was born in 1976, in Bourges.

After studying the lute and Andalusian-style Arabic music, he played many concerts with the El Albaycin orchestra for several years. During that same period, he practiced and then taught traditional North African folk dancing. In 1997, he entered the Centre Nationale de Danse Contemporaine in Angers (CNDC), then signed his first contract in 1999 with Olivier Bodin. Since then, he has worked with different choreographers like Patrick le Doaré, Catherine Diverrès (new version of San, and original productions of Cantieri, Solides, Echo and Blowin), Georges Appaix, Joëlle Bouvier, Nasser Martin-Gousset (Péplum, Comedy, I Want You and Pacifique), Michèle Noiret and Olivier Dubois. In 2009, with the performers Laurie Young and Giota Kallimani, he created The Plant Collective, and produced two dance pieces, Trente and Double Take.

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    "d'après une histoire vraie" by Christian Rizzo