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Pauline Richard

Born in Switzerland, Pauline began her studies at the Geneva Dance School under the direction of Patrice Delay and Sean Wood. In 2013, she entered the Basel Theater Ballet School (Ballettschule Theater Basel) under the direction of Amanda Bennett, where she continued her professional training as a classical and contemporary dancer. There, Pauline has the chance to dance choreographies by Richard Wherlock, George Balanchine, Heinz Spoerli and Armando Braswell.

She was hired in 2016 at the Delattre Dance Company in Mainz, Germany. For three years, she danced there including pieces by Kaloyan Boyadjiev, Mohammad Sufri Juwahir, Connor Scott, Sharon Vazanna, Can Arslan and played the role of Esmeralda in the ballet "Notre-Dame de Paris" by Stephen Delattre.

In August 2019, she moved to Paris, where she danced, among other things, on the musical show “Les Souliers Rouges” choreographed by Tamara Fernando and Marie-Agnès Gillot, and directed by Jérémie Lippmann.

She works with the IFunamboli company (Fabio Crestale), the Mamma Company (Tamara Fernando), the IDEM company in Switzerland (Matthias Kass & Clément Bugnon) and also appears in various dance clips and videos.

Since arriving in Paris, Pauline has devoted her career to projects rich in encounters and exchanges with actors in today's cultural world from all walks of life.

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