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Paul Marque is born in 1997 in south west of France. He discovers dance at the age of 3 and begins to train in his native city. In 2008, at 10, he joins Paris Opera Ballet School, where he studies for six years, following the entire program. In 2014, he joins Paris Opera Ballet at 17 as « Quadrille ».

In 2016 he becomes « Coryphée », and the same year, he wins the Gold medal at varna International Ballet Competition. In 2017, at 19, Paul is promoted Sujet and wins the AROP Dance Award. He begins to dance soloist role: Basilio in Don Quichotte (R.Noureev), Lensky in Onegin (J.Cranko), Colas in La Fille Mal Gardée (F.Ashton) or Rubies (G.Balanchine). In 2018, he is promoted Premier Danseurs and continues to dance soloist role: Siegfried in Swan Lake, Jean de Brienne in Raymonda, Cinderella (R. Nurejew), Suite of dances, Fancy Free (J. Robbins), Concerto Barocco, The 4 Temperaments (G.Balanchine). On December the 13th, 2020, at 23, Paul becomes Danseur Etoile with Paris Opera Ballet at the end of a performance of La Bayadere (R. Nurejew).

Since then, he continues to dance main roles of the repertoire, like The Vertiginous Thrill Of Exactitude (W. Forsythe), Romeo in Romeo and Juliette (R. Nurejew). Paul also took part in contemporary creation like Le Chant de la Terre (J. Neumeier). Dogs Sleep (M. Goecke) or Blake Works I (W. Forsythe).

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