Dance Teacher Faculty Bio | Julie Magneville | Steps on Broadway Faculty - Steps on Broadway
Julie Magneville
Julie Magneville is a French choreographer, performer, Contemporary master teacher, yoga instructor, director and wellness writer. She is graduated from ESDC Rosella Hightower, the Lyon Conservatory in Contemporary section, as well as The Ailey School.

She perfects her knowledges by participating in intensive sessions with choreographers Wim Vandekeybus, Ohad Naharin, Shiro Daimon, David Hayo.

She has worked with many choreographers including Donald MacKayle, Matt Mattox, Ralph Paul Haze, Larrio Ekson, Guillaume Bordier, Bruno Agati, Lionel Hun, Wilfride Piollet, Mickael Marso Riviere, Corinne Lanselle. Marso Riviere, and Corinne Lanselle.

Through Spring Board Montreal Project, she collaborated with Margie Gillis, David Earle, La Compagnie Flak, O Vertigo, Victor Quijadas, Gregory Dolbashian and performed in Crystal Pite's Expectico for Les Ballets Jazz de Montréal. She was a soloist in Rick Odum's Dance Company and performed in the internationally acclaimed musical, Tarzan choreographed by Sergio Di Trujillo.

She is in high demand as a Contemporary master teacher and choreographer for prestigious institutions across the world, such as ESD Rosella Hightower, Académie Internationale de la danse, Studio Harmonic for the professional division, Stage School Zurich, Ganzhou Dance University, Huaqiao Performing Arts University, Peridance Center for the Certificate Program, Terpsichore Switzerland, and Attakalari Center Bengalore. She collaborates with artists from different fields, such as The Taiwanese visual/media artist Ivan Liu, the French interdisciplinary artist Laurent Barnavon, the Canadian Jeremy Bailey, and the director Pierre Nogueras. She is the creator of "The sensitive and Breathing Motion" a therapeutic method for dancers of all styles.

She has been choreographer for So You Think You Can Dance and So We Dance. She is the Artistic Director and Choreographer of her own company, sponsored by the Paris Opera Star Monique Loudières. She was decorated "honored teacher" by Huaqiao University. She has been nominated best choreographer in MMlives by Mia Michaels. Her first short-film IN MEMORIUM has been awarded "Best Choice Audience" at Sans Souci Festival of Dance Cinema. She is currently creating a solo "The Frame" for the principal Paris Opera Ballet dancer Vincent Chaillet.