Djino Alolo Sabin

Djino Alolo Sabin grew up in Kisangani. He started hip-hop dancing on his own as part of the Bad Boyz group, awarded the best Street Dance group in the city in 2009 and 2011.

In 2008, the Bad Boyz are spotted by choreographer Faustin Linyekula who invites Alolo to join a five-year contemporary dance training program, he is 16. He follows workshops with Hafiz Dhaou, Ula Sickle, Andréya Ouamba and Boyzie Cekwana among others… In parallel, Djino is pursuing a university degree in peda-psychology at the University of Kisangani.
In 2013, he joins a training at the Ecole des Sables van Germaine Acogny (Toubab-Dialaw, Senegal), as part of a program set up by P.A.R.T.S. He meets there Olivier Dubois who invites him to perform in his new piece, Souls. From 2014 to 2016, Alolo tours worldwide and settles in France.

In 2016, Djino receives the Adami Dance Talent Award. The same year, he joins Maguy Marin company for the recreation of May B.
Since September 2017, he has been touring with Boris Charmatz in 10000 gestes.
He is currently working on Dominique Brun’s next creation, Pierre Loup.

In 2015, the Studios Kabako co-produced his first piece, co-signed with Christina Towle, the trio Debout-se Relever, as part of the Pamoja programme. Piki Piki is his second piece.

In parallel to his dancing career, Djino leads, under his name Seigneur Dji, a career as a rapper and musician.