Murielle BEDOT is a choreographer and Afro-modern dancer. She is very influenced by the American currents that require a spontaneous movement and a good technique, but also by the Afro-dance which she uses particularly for the work of the back.
From the age of 4, Murielle BEDOT discovered the dance world, which she perfected throughout the years. From classical dance to modern-jazz, jazz, contemporary, afro, modern and hip-hop, she was able to learn different techniques, which enriched her vision of dance.
At the age of 13 she is forced to stop this activity, for the lack of structure in the south of Martinique.
It was not until 2000, that she revived her passion, by completing university studies in Guadeloupe. She chooses to follow the course STAPS (sciences and techniques of the physical and sport activities), with an option on dancing, until her master degree.
In 2004, she left Martinique to continue her studies in Saint-Etienne (France) and joined a professional Samba troupe: the SAMBAE troupe.
She understands, through this wonderful experience, that she must persevere in this way.
She returned to Guadeloupe in September 2005 to prepare her State Diploma in jazz.
After 2 years of training, she obtained the E.A.T (technical aptitude test) in jazz, in 2007.
In 2008, she went to Martinique, to do the casting of the musical "SOWETO" by Serge Bilé, with the talented New York choreographer Stephanie Batten Bland.
To her great surprise she is selected, and will make the tour (Martinique, Guadeloupe, Paris) alongside Jean-luc Guanel, Ralph Tamar, Tanya Saint-Val ... but also artists from elsewhere, like Karl the voice, Laurent Viel ...
In 2009, she is engaged in the TV series "la baie des flamboyants" in Guadeloupe, in the role of Alexia de Berville.
That same year she successfully passed the state diploma as jazz dance teacher, and also became mother of her first child.
December 2009, she is one of the choreographers of "Caribean Golden Glam" in Guadeloupe, which is a Caribbean event about fashion.
On this occasion, she meets Jessica Campbell, the wife of the French-Caribbean artist Admiral T.
At her request, Murielle BEDOT becomes a choreographer for their clothing brand WOK LINE, at a show in Saint-François, in Guadeloupe.
Faced with the difficulty of some dancers, to move in high heels, Murielle BEDOT undertook to find a new way of approaching the dance by incorporating high heels: the heel move was born.
In 2010, she worked as a choreographer at the Casino du Gosier, and is at the origin of several dance and fashion shows.
In August of that year, she returned to settle in Martinique, after 11 years of absence. At this time, she is contacted in order to integrate "AIDA", a pharaonic opera, which will be played at the Stade de France, in Paris. So, she leaves for the capital.
Once back on her island, she dances for David Milome's MD company from 2010 to 2011. This hip-hop company has made her travel from the Grenada Festival, to Liverpool and the center of France, and allowed her to live a great experience alongside dancers, who for the most part are at an international level now.
It was during their stay in Paris that she took the opportunity to make a casting for the famous contemporary company: KARINE SAPORTA.
From July to October 2011, she repeats a solo, from Paris to Ouistréham, which she played on October 16 and 17 at La Cité de Musique in Paris, called "It's Gonna Rain", in tribute to the musician STEVE REICH.
In March 2012, pregnant of twins, she returns to Martinique again. This pregnancy pushes her to think on our place in this World.
In February 2013, she takes part at the "Festival prix de court", where she presents a short film with the collaboration of David GUMBS called "Hymn to life", which evokes pregnancy. It will be selected among the top 16 and broadcast at the Madiana Complex in Martinique.
In order to pursue her dreams as a dancer and choreographer, she creates the association “Un Corps Parfait”, which will be responsible for the production and distribution of shows of her company: the Idylle company.
October 2013, she gives birth to her 4th child.
In January 2014, she became contemporary dancing and kinesiology teacher at the Caribbean Arts Campus. That year was the year of the meetings and the artistic projects of all kinds.
She puts together her very first choreographic piece: "Hymne à la vie, Nombrils du Monde", with 4 other dancers. She presents it at the atrium as part of the "Young Choreographer's Night" at Tropiques Atrium.
She actually launched her Heel Move courses at the beginning of 2014, with regular classes in Martinique and Guadeloupe.
Her amateur troupe, "the heel girlz crew" performs on several events in Martinique.
In 2015, she created her second choreographic piece "Silence!” with lyrics by Malik Duranty and music by Armand Amar.
In August 2015, she realized a long-time dream of going to New York.
Robert Regina (Martinican dancer) and herself, immerse themselves in this city for nearly 3 months to improve in several dancing techniques. It was there, that they make the acquaintance of Franck Muhel, a Martinican, who offers them to dance as part of BEST OF FRANCE, on Time Square.
An unbelievable and unimaginable experience for these 2 Martinicans gone on an adventure. Back in Martinique, she continues her classes and her work on the femininity she is trying to expand.
She starts classes for children in October 2015 at the Maison Rouge, directed by Christiane EMMANUEL.
2015-2016 was an even richer year than the previous one with interesting artistic collaborations: Hervé DELUGE with “les hommes d'argile et de cendre”, the setting up of cultural and artistic events …
She works closely with singer-actress-dancer-choreographer and afro dance teacher, Rita Ravier.
They set up a Creole cabaret, at the request of the l'Habitation Belfont in Lamentin, called "Poétique Madinina".
This show brings together several dancers and will be played from June to August 2016 at the Habitation.
Rita Ravier, forms her own company, called the Insolites company, in which Murielle BEDOT will perform with Émilie ALVES DE PUGA, in the play "O fil de soi".
Since October 2016, Murielle BEDOT has started giving her own classes at the International Dance Studio at the Baie des Tourelles in Fort-De-France with 3 different styles: modern-Afro-Caribbean jazz, hip-hop jazz and heel move.
In December 2016, she is spotted by an artists duo in Oslo, Norway: the African Sunz. She flies away for a few days, in order to shoot their latest clip on the theme of enhancing femininity.
As a multi-faceted artist, she has been creating clothes and accessories for several years under the brand: Afrospirit.
She is mental trainer, since February 2017, which is a plus in her professional life and which allows her to better meet the needs of her job.
Being a choreographer for the concert of Esy Kennenga at the Atrium, a dancer for the video of Misié Sadik, but also dancer and performer in the choreographic piece "Mangrove" Christiane Emmanuel, punctuate the beginning of 2017.
Murielle BEDOT is a choreographer and Afro-modern dancer and is very influenced by the American currents that require a spontaneous movement and a good technique, but also by the Afro dance which she uses particularly for the work of the back.
From the age of 4, Murielle BEDOT discovered the world of dancing, which she perfected throughout the years. From classical dance to modern-jazz, jazz, contemporary, afro, modern and hip-hop, she was able to learn different techniques, which enriched her vision of dancing.
At the age of 13 she is forced to stop this activity, for lack of structure in the south of Martinique.
2000 - S.T.A.P.S. (Science and Technology of Physical and Sports Activities) dancing option - Guadeloupe
2004 - Studies - Saint-Étienne
2005 - State degree in Jazz - Guadeloupe
2007 - E.A.T. (technical aptitude test) Jazz
2008 - Tour for the musical "SOWETO"