Tidiani N’diaye

After spending four years training at a dance centre in Bamako under the Haitian choreographer Kettly Noël, Tidiani N’Diaye won first prize at the Bal des Donkelaw in 2009 run by the French Institute in Bamako and Donko Seko with his first piece Être différent.

He joined the National Contemporary Dance Centre in Angers under Emmanuelle Huynh in 2011 and graduated as a professional dancer and with a degree in the performing arts from the University of Paris VIII in 2013.

In September 2013, he joined the National Choreographic Centre of Montpellier on the ex.e.r.ce masters course under Mathilde Monnier, graduating in 2015. He has been running dance and digital art projects since 2010.
Tidiani has danced as a performer with the Gilles Jobin dance company in Le Chainon Manquant and VR_I, with the Blonba dance company in Alla te Sunogo and Nelsime Xaba, with the Dagada dance company in Grenzland, and with Qudus Aderemi Onikeku in We almost forgot.