Jerome d'Orso

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About Jerome

English

JEROME D’ORSO

Actor, acrobat, dancer, tightrope walker

Besides holding diplomas in biology and psychology, Jerome has been a professional performing artist since 2001. His artistic interest lies in three areas: circus arts, strongly influenced by Jonathon Sutton's acrobatic theater; "The Axis Syllabus" movement analysis system for which he holds the teacher's certification; and the traditional Vietnamese martial arts of the Sa Long Cuong school, as taught by Luong Truong My, and

In 2001 he co-founded the collective Les Arts Felus, with whom he created several performances for the theatre and the street.

He also worked alternately as a dancer, coach, and rehearsal director for several companies. 

He has always felt that his study and practice as an artist were synonymous with the pedagogical transmission of what he was learning, and today, besides offering open workshops, he teaches in hospitals, prisons and grade schools, and manages and staffs an Axis Syllabus teaching program in Drôme, France.He teaches tight-rope, dance, contact improvisation, acrobatics and circus.

He has never lost his passion for questing the aerial space defined by a 12mm cable under tension, and for the transposition of today's dance into this medium.

 

French

JEROME D’ORSO

acteur-acrobate, danseur, fil-de-fériste

L’art du mouvement qu’il pratique repose pour l’essentiel sur trois types d’apprentissage et de recherche : le théâtre acrobatique; l’Axis Syllabus, approche analytique et scientifique du mouvement dont il est enseignant certifié; et enfin les Arts Martiaux de l’école traditionnelle vietnamienne Sa Long Cuong.

Il crée en 2001 la Compagnie Les Art’s Felus et crée avec le collectif des spectacles de cirque et pluridisciplinaire, et il danse ou chorégraphie pour diverses compagnies.

Il enseigne le fil, la danse, le contact improvisation, l’Axis Syllabus, les arts du cirque. En particulier, sa recherche le conduit à faire des 12 millimètres d’un fil tendu un espace de liberté et d’expression. Il transpose sur cet espace aérien les possibles de la danse d’aujourd’hui.