Break performance by Lou Orblin for the Cultural Olympiad

Sunday 2 June, 4pm and 5pm

Musée des Beaux-Arts d'Orléans

— Free entry

When Lou Orblin breakes among the artworks of the Musée des Beaux-Arts d'Orléans, around the piece Volume suspendu by Jesus Raphael Soto.

Wednesday 10 July, around 4.30pm

Orléans Cathedral Square

— Free

An outstanding performance by Lou Orblin to welcome the Olympic Torch Relay to Orléans in dance!

Lou Orblin 
is a student at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Danse et de Musique in Paris. At the age of 8, he enrolled in ballet classes at the same time as starting to break dance on his estate in Montreuil with his brother and friends. His dual training in classical/contemporary dance and break is a unique combination, giving him a certain technique, a choreographic culture and a knowledge of movement that makes his break aerial. We're working with him to come up with different ways of performing in the public space, either solo or with his crew. Lou Orblin was been invited to the CCN¹ during the Journées Européennes du P/Matrimoine on 16 and 17 September. And it's in a spirit of support for an emerging generation that the CCNO wants to give him a place in this Break'N'Dance portrait.


  • Event

    wednesday 10 july 2024

    Orleans Cathedral Square
    Break performance by Lou Orblin for the Olympic Torch Relay
  • Event

    sunday 2 june 2024
    16h, 17h

    Musée des Beaux-Arts d'Orléans
    Break performance by Lou Orblin