Kaori Suzuki started to study the classic ballet when she was a child at Singapore, then in Japan.
1989~1996, she had been working as classic solo dancer in Japan, and since 1997, she is living in Paris, and had danced at Royal Ballet of London, Opera de Paris, Garnier and Bastille, for classic ballet.
Kaori Suzuki joines to some contemporary companys for contemporary dance, Buto, or played musical as King and I with famous actor Lambert Wilson in Paris, or makes choreography for some companys.
Kaori Suzuki plays now also as an actress at the theater in Paris, so very large potential she has.
Sébastien Vuillot started by Jazz Dance in 1985 then contemporary, tap dancing.
He discovered Japanese traditional dances, as Nô, Kyogen in Japan and leaned there.
In 2002, he met Christian Remer, Alain Recoing (master of marionette) and at Théâtre aux Mains Nues , he had been working as assistant in Paris.
He received 1st Prize of Dance Box with his solo “Ningyo”.
Sébastien Vuillot also had played for the films, as Ballon Rouge, M’as-tu rêvé ?, Bunraku.
He also oeganizes The Festival de Marionettes in Paris with international aerisrs.
Company Tsurukam is their collaboration work and they create original performance with dance, marionette, décor, theatrical performance.
At the 14th Le Petit Festival du Theatre of this year, they will play Kagome.
This is created from Japanese legend Tsuruno Ongaeshi, means Return back of kindness from a crane.