Born in Rennes, France, François Chaignaud studied dance from the age of six. He earned a diploma in 2003 from the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Danse de Paris and has worked with choreographers, such as Boris Charmatz, Alain Buffard, Mark Tompkins. In his performances, dance and singing intersect in a wide variety of environments and at the meeting points of many inspirations. Also a historian, Chaignaud has published L’Affaire Berger-Levrault: le féminisme à l’épreuve (1898–1905). After a long term collaboration with Cecilia Bengolea, his recent works are co-signed with various artists, a.o. Smith, Akaji Maro, Nino Laisné, Théo Mercier, Marie-Pierre Brébant, Dominique Brun, Geoffroy Jourdain. © Laurent Poleo Garnier
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