Simone Mousset | About
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A courageous young choreographer, whose singular artistic approach develops a sincere and original message

Luxembourgish Dance Award 2017


A free electron in the dance world

Florence Becanne, Le Jeudi


Simone Mousset trained in London at the Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, the Royal Academy of Dance, and the London Contemporary Dance School. She was part of the London Contemporary Dance School’s postgraduate dance company EDge under the artistic direction of Jeanne Yasko, creating/performing works by Sasha Waltz, Igor Urzelai & Moreno Solinas, James Wilton, Tony Adigun, Matthias Sperling, and Rachel Lopez de la Nieta. Simone has since worked with independent choreographers and companies across Europe, Russia, and the Middle East, including Anu Sistonen (FI), Jean-Guillaume Weis (LU), Dog Kennel Hill Project (UK), Caracalla Dance Theatre (LB), Provincial Dances Theatre, Olga Pona/Chelyabinsk Contemporary Dance Theatre, Ballet Moskva (RU) and others.


In 2015, Simone completed her MA and the London Contemporary Dance School and started to make her own work. She was mentored by Belgian choreographer Koen Augustijnen at the Grand Théâtre du Luxembourg, and, following her production BAL in 2017, was awarded the Lëtzebuerger Danzpräis / Luxembourgish Dance Award. From 2019, Simone is supported by the Fondation Cléo Thiberge Edrom (Fondation de France), and is associate artist at the Escher Theater in Luxembourg.


Simone teaches ballet and contemporary dance classes as well as a range of workshops internationally, such as in the past at the Conservatoire National Supérieur Musique et Danse de Lyon (FR), the Novosibirsk State Ballet College (RU), the International Festival of Modern Choreography in Vitebsk (Belarus), the Danish National School of Performing Arts, SEAD Salzburg, the Centre de Création Chorégraphique Luxembourgeois, the Royal Academy of Dance, The Place’s youth dance company SHIFT (UK), the Caracalla Dance Theatre company and its school (LB), the Conservatoire de Luxembourg and others.