Jean Marc Lebon

Contemporary for Dancers

12.03., 14.03.19, 14:00–15:30
16.03., 17.03.19, 13:00–14:30

Training for Dancers


Jean Marc Lebon was born in Mauritius and studied at The Rambert academy in London. Followed by engagements with the London Festival Ballet and the English National Opera, Stadttheater Gelsenkirchen, Städtische Bühne Münster, Stadttheater Aachen, Pfalztheater Kaiserslautern, Schauspielhaus Aalen, Mainzer Kammerspiele, Staatstheater Karlsruhe, Staatstheater Mannheim and the Stadt Theater Regensburg. Since 1997, he worked as a freelance dancer and choreographer and dance teacher in Berlin with Howard Fireheart, Shiu Chin Yu, Zen in the Basement, Alex B, Julie Bougard, Livia Patrizi, Tanz Theater Homunculus Wien, Spandauer Freilichtbühne, Luisenburger Festspiele, Chiara Danza Naples, Karl May Festspiele. His work for television, film & events includes such companies as Krötzwitzer Beer, 8×4 Deo, Praxis Bülowbogen, Wolffs Revier, Unser Charly, Emil und die Detektive, Balko, Viktorion Eckstein Production (expo 2000 ), Porsche, Siemens, Volvo, Continental, VW, Wella, Tui, Clarriden Bank, Deutsche Post, Carl Zeiss Jena, Goodwell, Mercedes Benz, choreographer for the Film Rammbock, winner of the Max Ophüls Publics Prize 2010, and best film at the New Berlin Film award 2010. He has worked as a dance teacher at the Berliner School of Acting, Dock 11, Tanzfabrik, Marameo, Danceworks Berlin, Dance Studio La Caminada Berlin, Chiara Danza Naples, Music school Paul Hindermith Neukölln, Montessori Center Biberkor Munich, Berlin Sport Association and Institute For Holistic Thinking Tegernsee, Arche Nova – Die Bildung Kultivieren! Kongress Ballet Akademie Göteborg and the Insitute for Film & Television Berlin.

Class Description

My training is based on various dance techniques such as Graham & Limón, with some influence from yoga. The focus of the class is on clean and clear execution of the excercises and a good coordination of the breath with movement and of weight and lightness. At the same time musicality plays a role.