Hubert Hazebroucq is a dancer who specializes in baroque and renaissance styles.
Since 2008 he has been the choreographer in the Compagnie Les Corps Eloquents which promotes ancient dance repertoire by associating creation with innovative research. He has been invited to great heritage venues include the Château de Versailles, Theatre de la Reine and international festivals such as the Oude Muziek Utrecht where he undertook a commission for six dancers this year.
He collaborates with ensembles including the ancient music ensemble Doulce Mémoire, the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Marguerite Louise and Les Arts Florissants-William Christie for the quadricentary celebrations for Molière and his music in 2022.
An independent researcher, he holds a masters degree in 17th century dance and has been awarded three research grants from the Centre National de la Danse. He is associated with the Théâtre Molière Sorbonne project and is a teacher at the state-run artistic education Conservatoire à rayonnement régional Paris.
He gives masterclasses in conservatoires and in French and US universities.