Snap and Clac
Luc Bazille
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Creator and director of Snap and Clac

Luc Bazille's facination and love of classical dancing started in Belgium with Maurice Béjart.

Talented and ambitious, his career took off fast with the Ballet National de Marseille directed by Roland Petit, followed quickly with the Theatre du Capitole de Toulouse, the Ballet du Rhin de Mulhouse and the Strasbourg Opéra.

Having started an extremly promising career as a classical dancer, he became very curious to discover other methods of dance, and plonged into the world of comtempory dance with Ulla Geiges and Gary Moss, followed by jazz with Rick Odums and Milard Hurley, met with the greats like Mr. Robert Hossein (La vie en bleu), participated in television shows (Grain de Folie, 40 degrés à l'ombre, Orage d'été, Avis de Tempête) and films with Mr. Jean-Pierre Mocky.

At the age of 19, with a friend stage director, he co-founded his first company in Bezier, for the next 5 years, they created and produced many shows with sucess. In 1992, he founded his second company based on contempory dance, realising his talent and creativity, the minister of culture Mr Jack Lang decided to follow him and support his work.

After travellling around the world with the top music-hall companies directed by M (Guy Stranger, Dolly Dollies, les Rios, les Incroyables), he then went on to the Paradis latin for 4 years becoming the main dance captain and followed with one year contract in Kirwiller under the same title.

At the same time that his dancing career was going full ahead, Luc Bazille was olso working as a choreographer and writer for dance..

He also worked with Laurence fanon for many special events and operettes, created shows for the cruise line Paquet and the singer Corinne Sauvage

In 1999 while he was under contract in Hamburg for the comedy musical Cats with the prestigious production Stella AG (Endemol), he once again renounced to take the easy way of exercising his art even though to come back to France and dedicate his time and talent for the future of Snap and clac.