The Ballet de l'Opéra de Paris has been working with the Bal des Parisiennes, le Bal viennois de Paris since its creation in 2015.
The dancers that are indicated below danced for the 2017 Ball and may change this year.
Camille de Bellefon began dancing in Brittany. After five years she was awarded the first Prize of the Conservatoire Supérieur of Paris. She spent a few months at the Staatsoper of Vienne before being hired by the Ballet de l'Opéra de Paris, where she dances classical masterpieces such as The Bayadere, Giselle, or The Nutcracker... as well as major pieces for modern dance by Pina Bausch, Mats Ek, or Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker.
MATTHIEU BOTTO. After having studied at the School of the Opera de Paris for seven years, Matthieu joined the ballet corps of the Opéra de Paris in September 2006 at the age of 18. He was promoted to the rank of Coryphée the following year. He has had the opportunity to participate in major classical productions such as The Swan Lake, The Nutcracker, La Bayadère or Don Quixote by Rudolf Nureyev, as well as contemporary creations, from Pina Bausch, William Forsythe to Jiri Kylian. In particular, he will be performing in Drumming, by Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker's this year, which is entering the repertoire of the Opera de Paris.
ALLISTER MADIN. Native of the Basque Country, Allister Madin made all his classes at the School of the Opera de Paris before integrating its troupe in 2005. "Subject" since 2011 and price Arop in 2014, he multiplies the roles of soloist such as Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet, the golden idol in La Bayadere, the gypsy chef in Don Quixote or the blue bird in Sleeping Beauty. He collaborates with Benjamin Millepied on three of his creations. He's been granted the state diploma of dance teacher and choreographersince 2016.
CAROLINE OSMONT. Born in 1992, she began classical dance at the age of 9 in Caen in Normandy and returned to the School of the Opéra de Paris in 2004. In 2011 she joined the Ballet de l'Opéra de Paris, and participated in many productions including The Swan Lake (Rudolf Nureyev), The Bayadere (Rudolf Nureyev), The History of Manon (Kenneth Macmillan) or Studies (Harold Lander)... She participates in many galas throughout France, China and Japan. In 2016, she is William Forsythe's ½ World Soloist : Blake Works.
Sophie Mayoux, after six years spent at the Dance School of the Opéra de Paris, joined the Ballet in 2009 et takes part to many diverse classical and modern productions : The Nutcraker, The Bayadere, The Swan Lake... as well as international tours (Moscow, Montreal, Singapore,Tokyo).