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Annabelle Chambon

Annabelle Chambon is a French performer. She got in 1997 the Diplôme National d’Etudes Supérieurs Chorégraphiques at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Lyon (France).

Three years later, she joined the Troubleyn / Jan Fabre company for As Long As the World Needs a Warrior’s Soul. She then performed in Les Guerriers de la beauté (a film by Pierre Coulibeuf, 2001), Je suis sang (2001/2003/2005), Parrots and guinea pigs (replacement-2003), Tannhäuser (2004), The Crying Body (2004), History of Tears (2005), Orgy of tolerance (2008), Prometheus Landscape II (2011), and the succesful solo Preparatio Mortis (2005/2010), which was on tour for 5 years. Annabelle Chambon was also part of Jan Fabre’s 24-hour project 'Mount Olympus. To glorify the cult of tragedy (2015) and is currently performing in the latest Troubleyn/ Jan Fabre production Peak Mytikas (On the top of Mount Olympus) - An 8-hour production (2023).

Since its inception, she has been a part of the Jan Fabre Teaching Group, training new generations of performers.

Besides her work with Fabre she founded the Label Cedana, together with Cédric Charron and performed with Coraline Lamaison (Ex/stase, 2010; Narcisses 2.0, 2012), Kris Verdonck (I/II/III/IIII, 2008), Thierry de Mey (Ma mère l’oye, 2004) and others.