Pauline Perraut Biography
CORPS DE BALLET
Born in Paris (France), Pauline started her training at a private school where she worked with a number of Paris National Opera Ballet teachers, amongst them: Gilbert Mayer, Carole Arbo, Andrey Klemm, Jean Marie Didière and former soloist Eléonore Guerineau. During this time she won several awards and dance contests, such as the Paris, Grasse and Biarritz international contest. She then completed her training abroad, including the Royal Ballet Upper School summer courses, master classes in Prague and the Forsythe workshops in Berlin. She also took part in internships at the Stuttgart Staatsballett and at the Het National ballet.
At 18 years of age, she joined the Bordeaux National Opera directed by Charles Jude where she danced their classical repertory: Don Quichotte; Romeo and Juliette (friends of Juliette); Nutcracker (the Pastorale); Swan Lake (4 little swans) and Suite en Blanc composed by Serge Lifar, among other parts.
In 2015, she joined the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma under Eleonora Abbagnato to dance Giselle and throughout the year she participated in a tour of the most prestigious theaters of Italy, where she danced Coppélia of Amedeo Amodio.
In 2016 she entered the Teatro Massimo di Palermo, where she danced repertory such as Roland Petit, Benjamin Pech or Diego Tortelli.
In September 2016 she joined la Compañía Nacional de Danza, directed by José Carlos Martinez.