Jérémie Bélingard was born on August 19th 1975 in Paris. He enrolled at the Dance School of Paris Opera in 1987, and at 18 years old he entered the ballet team.
Finding the path to dance only by chance, he rapidly obtained multiple roles in Rudolf Noureev's productions. In 2002, he embodied the role of Basilio in Don Quichotte, which earned him the recognition of his talent and his exemplary technique.
What strikes us most with Jérémie Bélingard is his passion and that fresh/relaxed attitude of todays youths mixed with a real artist maturity.
In 2007, he was designated as "first dancer" after a Don Quichotte's representation. He was awarded "Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres" in 2010.
Jérémie Bélingard danced for the first time as "First Dancer" in Cendrillon by Rudolf Noureev.
In 2012, he accepted to make a choregraphy for the "Suresnes Cité Danse" opening. "Bye Bye Vénus" representation unveiled a new facet of his talent.
The young man seems to be blessed by the gods, and particularly by Venus. He literally succeeds everything he undertakes.
Apart from dance, he has a music band name "Granny Goes To Heaven" since 2004.
He also collaborated with several brands for their advertising campaigns such as Sony, Hermès, Jean-Paul Gaultier or Givenchy.