Arthur Perole is graduated at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris (CNSMDP).
He meets Peter Goss, André Lafonta, Susan Alexander, Dominique Mercy, Christine Gerard along his way, taken part in the creations of Edmond Russo/Shlomi Tuizer and Cristiana Morganti, and performed Noces by Angelin Preljocaj and Uprising by Hofesh Shechter for the Junior Ballet of the CNSMDP. After his training, he furthers his performing career with Tatiana Julien, Annabelle Pulcini, Christine Bastin, Radhouane El Meddeb. In 2013, he joins Joanne Leighton’s team to perform in two celebrated works, Les Modulables and Made In… Series, and the creations 9000 Steps and I’m Sitting in a Room.
After creating short pieces in the framework of the Choreographic Workshops of the Conservatoire de Paris, Arthur Perole founds the Compagnie F in 2010 to develop his own projects: first based in Mouans-Sartoux, the company settles in Marseille in 2017. Alongside his personal artistic projects, he works with Vincent Goethals and Wajdi Mouawad at the theatre. A documentary film project carried out with Pascal Catheland, Rêve cause par le vol d’une abeille, will see the light in 2021.
Arthur Perole explores the possible relationships between a choreographer, a dancer and the audience based on the principle of social harmony and togetherness. He invites the audience to share an experience to the point of involving them in the choreographic process, and provides them with the tools to better grasp the dance. That is how Stimmlos took shape in 2014, Scarlett in 2015, Rock n’ Chair in 2017, Ballroom in 2019, FOOL in 2018 (a performance for unusual space), Trouble dans le genre in 2019 (a performative and party-like night show), Nos corps vivants (solo) and Boum Boom Bum (artistic party) in 2021.