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Biography & CV

Camille Tremblay & Louis-Marc Bruneau-Dumoulin

         After ten years at the Quebec circus school for Louis-Marc Bruneau-Dumoulin, and ten years of rhythmic gymnastics for Camille Tremblay, the two artists meet for the first time at the National Circus School of Montreal. Quickly they feel a chemistry and become good friends by sharing the same passion: Hand balancing. In 2012, following their individual graduation in that specialty, they have the desire to explore the possibilities of balancing their bodies in a duo. The very unique technical vocabulary they then achieve to create becomes their trademark on international circus stages in no time.

            Their ambition constantly drives them to conceive new ideas in order to share their art in various types of shows. Comments received following their performances are very grandiose and put emphasis on their strong complicity as well as the emotions they share with the audience.

               Since its beginning, the Quebecker duo has performed in more than fifteen countries, all over four continents, and have been in front of large audiences exceeding 10,000 spectators. Combined, they have worked with a high number of influential companies in the circus world (Cirque du Soleil, Cirque Eloize, Palazzo, Roncalli, GOP, etc.) alongside performing and winning important prizes in international festivals such as Nikulin, Saint-Paul-lès-Dax, Sol y Circo, Young Stage and Latina. Very soon, they will attend the most prestigious festival in the world, Monte Carlo in Monaco. Moreover, the French TV shows Le Plus Grand Cabaret du Monde and The Best, le Meilleur Artiste allowed thousands of francophone telespectators to witness their talent.

      The pleasure and satisfaction that these multiple performances have brought to Louis-Marc and Camille push them to expand their ambitious projects even further. For instance, creating new pieces such as an aerial silk duet and many versions of their hand balancing act.

         The Duo Hand 2 Stand is the real definition of high-class performers. Now, more than ever, they give the audience the perfect image of what modern circus is!

International Festival of Nikulin

Winner of the bronze elephant at the International Festival of Nikulin, in Moscow

International Festival of Monte Carlo

Special invitation from Monaco’s Princess, for the International Festival of Monte Carlo

Vaudreuil-Dorion Festival

Winner of the Eugene Chaplin price at the International Festival of Vaudreuil-Dorion, in Canada

Festival Sol y Circo

Winner of the silver award and two engagement prices at the Sol y Circo Festival, in Germany