Emilie Tzarfati

Community Manager

Born in Paris, Emilie started ballet at the age of 7 at the Marais dance school at the heart of Paris. Naturally she decided to continue her dance education in specialized primary and high schools. She then studied at the Chaptal academy, the International institute of Stanlowa and developed her dance knowledge at the Paris Dance Conservatory, where she acquired at 18 only the D.E.C french diploma.

In 2012, Emilie decided to spend three years studying Art (Cultural Mediation) at the Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris university. Her curiosity and love of travels lead her to Barcelona to study media and communication.

Back in France, she joined Sup de pub in Bordeaux to finish her master’s degree in Marketing and Communication.

In november of 2017, Emilie became a new member of Compagnie Hybride as a Community Manager.


Fanny Moreau

Stage Director

Since 2010, Fanny Moreau designs, writes and stages live shows, public events, opening ceremonies, as well as institutional and corporate events.

Previously assistant directing, she has also been engaged in the toping of large events and shows for over 20 years, which has allowed him to develop his sensitivity and gain a sense of detail. Daughter of magician and director, she has had since her childhood, the chance to be immersed in the world of entertainment, circus, theater, dance and opera.

Today director, she likes to mix all these arts to new technologies, always at the service of a true drama.

Her work is distinguished by devising scenarios and shows accessible to all. She likes to “tell a story” where the public can both easily identify and being totally surprised as well. She uses new technology at the service of man, works with professional artists and volunteers, using already existing scenic space or specifically designed for the occasion.

Her experience in the field of “large format show” led her to work with large teams both technical (images, sound, light, pyrotechnics, special effects …) and artistic (choreographers, dancers, actors, circus artists …). She is also surrounded by a complete and cohesive design team in order to create and share real moments of emotion with the public.

Sebastien Peronnet


Sébastien “Boom” PERONNET first followed a classical piano training at the age of 5 at the conservatory of Versailles. Since 1996, he has been working as a stage and studio musician (piano, keyboards and machines), working with other bands such as Zoufris Maracas, Toure Kunda, Wasis Diop, Saule, Yanis Odua, Nuttea and Missill. In 2002, he founded his own group SILVOUPLAY, with Bastien AUBRY. He also worked in electronic music as a stage and studio musician, composer and producer, collaborating with artists such as Crydamoure, Noisebuilder, Electric Rescue and Beat Torrent.
Between 2005 and 2008 he became sound assistant and arranger for Hugues LEBARS and contributed to the music of different events (Futuroscope’s night show, Nuit Blanche in Paris 2006, RENAULT conventions), as well as several films («Les côtelettes» of Bernard Blier, “Saint Jacques La Mecque” by Coline Serreau and episodes of “Oggy and the Cockroaches”).
Since 2012, he works as a composer and musical director, and collaborates by intervening on numerous events and creations of the company.

Caroline Denquin

Costume designer

A graduate of the Higher Institute of Applied Arts in Paris in 2004 , Caroline Denquin illustrated herself by a plurality of textile expressions.

After years of experience and research on the garment, an aesthetic taste for the unusual show drove Caroline over the years to specialized in stage costume .

Engaged in large-scale projects or unique creations , she likes to combine different art forms to give birth to a sensitive and dynamic universe. Integrate the volume in space, sublimate the movement through sculpting fabrics is for her a way through body and visual expression.

Purity lines and poetry to dress the body …

Jonathan Mascaro

Communication director

Cameraman – director , Jonathan Mascaro started making video through a formal training in videoshooting and lighting . Immediately attracted by directing, he developed interviews and concert videorecordings for Sounds of Creation . In 2012 he became director in Mind Production, where he participated in the creation of 200 videos for a variety of brands and companies.

It is in 2014 that he shifted towards the making of music videos and dance with Lost Again ( The 8th Step) . His collaboration with Compagnie Hybride began in May 2015, with the supervision of the video content for the 9th Awards of Art China, and its participation in the first TRANS representation.

Now a full member of the company, he is in charge of developing its image, media presence , and creating video content for the different performances of the company.

Juliette Buffard

Chargée de diffusion

Immersed since a young age in various artistic circles, Juliette begins her dancing career at 4 by joining a company of dance for children.
She first joined the Avignon National Conservatory of Dance at the age of 11 and then the Higher School of Rosella Hightower, from 15 to 18 years old.
After a Deug in psychology, Juliette joined the circus company Les Nuits Blanches in 2009 for several international tours. In 2010, Juliette meets the company Jazzdufunk in Shanghai, with whom she collaborates and travels China. In 2011, back in France, Juliette notices that young artists around her, despite their great potential, do not necessarily find means or ways to reveal themselves to the public.

Being herself from this generation, she decides to create LAUNDRY SERVICE, a festival for young artists.
In 2012, Juliette pursues her career as a dancer and joins the compagny THOR-Thierry Smits in Brussels for the creation and international tour of the show “Clears Tears / Troubled Water” and the creation of “Cocktails” in 2014, a contemporary cabaret. She also joins the same year the Ballet Preljocaj of Aix en Provence for the production “Les Nuits” by Angelin Preljocaj.

After three editions, the LAUNDRY SERVICE festival has already produced more than 35 young artists from different disciplines. Juliette produces the content and places herself as talent finders.
To carry out this project ever further, in 2015, Juliette gets a diploma course in production and touring at the CIFAP. Juliette connects and disconnects networks, placing the emerging scene at the heart of her projects and energizing the current contemporary scene. Surrounded by a very diverse set of artists and talents, Juliette offers her services as an agent, constructing and deconstructing the relationship to movement and the transdisciplinary approach of the public to art.

Juliette works today with Derviche Diffusion, a structure specialized in the touring of live performances. They are working with the Compagnie Hybride in the touring of TRANS and []INFLUX.

Simo Aagadi


Simo Aagadi est un artiste marocain qui jongle entre la sculpture , le dessin , la peinture, la musique et la danse.

Il a étudié à l’École des Beaux Arts de Casablanca et a poursuivi sa carrière à l’Institut des arts visuels d’Orléans spécialisée dans la conception spatiale . Il a travaillé comme maquettiste en architecture, tout en développant son travail comme artiste plasticien.

Reflétant ses préoccupations pour le corps humain et la spiritualité, son travail invite le spectateur à remettre en question un monde en quête de sens.

Il collabore avec Lionel Hun sur l’élaboration d’une matière “modulable” sur le corps des danseurs pour la création TRANS.


Simo Aagadi is a Moroccan artist who juggles between sculpture, drawing, painting, music and dance.

He studied at the School of Fine Arts in Casablanca and continued his career at the Institute of Visual Arts of Orleans specializing in spatial design.

He worked as a model maker in prototypist architecture while developing his work as a plastic artist.

Reflecting his concerns for the human body and spirituality, his work invites spectators to question a world in search of meaning.

He collaborates with Lionel Hun on the development of a “flexible” material on the dancer’s bodies on the production of TRANS.


Guillaume Sarrouy


For over 15 years, Guillaume Sarrouy has dedicated himself to lighting, especially for live performances, listed buildings or modern architecture.
His desire to create for different types of medium (material, human, show) allows him to master all the tools and materials he needs when he creates.
Blending ancient and fundamental expertise from the theater, with the mastery of new technologies, he offers lighting and video designs, contemporary, fresh, surprising and often fascinating.

His light creations and designs take him to work in France and abroad.

Since 2014, the Pont du Gard exposes one of the first light designs of Guillaume. In 2015 the very innovative and conceptual Starck cloud in Montpellier, plays every night of the year a lighting specially created by Guillaume for the building. Every year for 5 years, in July the festival “Lives in Bridge” dresses with his light and video creations.

In 2011, he meets Lionel Hun and together they will collaborate on Influx (2011) and Trans (2015).

Many shows whose lights designs are signed by him continue to run on stage …

Nicolas Gouelle


From a inititial scientific training, Nicolas was always interested in new technologies: computers, web creation, video, sound …

In 2010 he discovered the world of performing arts and decided to improve his knowledge in sound control at the I.S.T.S. of avignon. This jack-of-all-trades does not just use traditional lighting and sound techniques, he always explores new areas such as motion detection or virtualized control rooms.

With the Hybrid Company since 2012, on the creations of []INFLUX and TRANS, he uses his knowledge in the field to push even further the relations between dance and video creating interactive installations for dancers.

Miako Klein


MIAKO Klein, Berlin-based musician, performer and improviser, has a greatly varied musical background.

Classically educated on the recorder and violin, she has extensive experiences in performing contemporary music, as well as in Early and improvised music. Miako constantly questions and challenges the conventional ways of music performance by pushing boundaries between styles and genres, by experiment, and by interdisciplinary collaborations. She performs as a soloist and chamber musician and often collaborates with composers who have written works for her.


Her recent projects as a performer include the production of “The Past” with Constanza Macras | Dorky Park, the premiere of the opera “Thanks to My Eyes” by Oscar Bianchi / Joel Pommerat with Ensemble Modern and further performances throughout 2012 in Brussels, Paris, Lisbon and Strasbourg, the interdisciplinary project “Synecdochism” composed by Chikage Imai, which is based on the synthesis of Japanese Performance art with contemporary Western music.


Miako Klein was part of the creation as composer and performer in the production INFLUX.