Michaël Pomero

Michaël Pomero was born in Corsica in 1980. He started dancing at the Junior Ballet Company and continued his studies at the Rudra Béjart Workshop School in Lausanne. He commenced his professional career in 1999 at the Béjart Ballet Lausanne. In 2001, he joined the Lyon Opera Ballet where he performed work by John Jasperse, Angelin Preljocaj, Dominique Boivin, Russell Maliphant, and others. 2003 saw the beginning of his freelance career and a move to London, where he participated in two creations by Russell Maliphant, as well as working on different projects in the UK and Switzerland. In 2005, he co-founded the Loge 22 collective in Lyon. Michael has danced in productions by Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker (Bartók / Beethoven / Schoenberg - Repertory Evening), Christiane Blaise, and Pierre Tallaron. For Loge 22, he directed the dance video Flat, which was presented at the Dance on Screen Festival 2006 in London and created the performance Compresse et réduction for the Cannes Dance Festival 2007 and Sur Faces in collaboration with Julien Monty in 2008.