Clément Haenen

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Clément Haenen2019-07-29T18:49:57+02:00

Born in Belgium in 1990, Clément began his studies at the Académie Gretry in Liège and then continued at the Ecole Supérieure de Danse de Cannes Rosella Hightower and the École de Danse de l’Opéra national de Paris.

He danced with the Junior Ballet of Zurich choreographies by Heiz Spoerli, William Forsythe and Johan Kobborg in the 2008-2009 season, while in the 2009-2010 season he was at the National Norwegian Ballet directed by Espen Gijane dancing Streetcar named Desire by John Neumeier.
After two seasons at the Geneve Ballet directed by Philippe Cohen, in 2012 he joined the NDT2 where he took part in choreographies by Paul Lightfoot & Sol Léon, Alexander Ekman, Jiří Kylián and Johan Inger. In 2015 Clément was at the SemperOper Ballet in Dresden, where he performed both classical repertoire, such as The Nutcracker by Aaron Watkin and Manon by Kenneth MacMillan, and contemporary dance, such as She was black by Mats Ek and Cacti by Alexander Ekman.

In August 2018 he joined Aterballetto.