Stéphanie Fromentin

Stéphanie Fromentin is a Franco-American choreographer, performer, coach and teacher who lives in Montreal. She graduated with honours with a BFA in contemporary dance from Concordia University in 2004 and a Master’s in dance from UQÀM in 2014, where her creative research focused on the perception and sensation of the present, experienced by the performer through dance. She was honoured as the recipient of the Pierre Lapointe Award for academic excellence in 2011 and received five teaching positions in the Dance Department during her studies. Stéphanie has presented her own creations in Montreal, Toronto, New York, Paris and Grenoble, and has performed for Daina Ashbee, Martin Messier, Wants&Needs Danse, Parts+Labour_Danse, Anne-Flore de Rochambeau and, notably, Helen Simard in her entire trilogy on Iggy Pop and her new creation Tout s’effondre. Her approach to creation comes from a body incarnated and rooted in the veracity of the human experience.