Thierry VASSELIN begins the dance at the 4 years age. In 1994, it enters to the École Nationale Supérieure of Dance of Marseilles. In 1996, Roland Petit engages it with the National Ballet of Marseilles. During this period, it côtoie several large professors of which, Raymond Franchetti, Alain Rouillon and Larrio Ekson. When Marie-Claude Pietragalla takes the Management of the National Ballet of Marseilles in 1998, it entrusts to Thierry several roles of soloists of which: Paris in Romeo and Juliette (chor. Rudi Van Dantzig - fév 1999), Who Cares? (chor. George Balanchine - DEC 1998), Albrecht in Giselle (choreographic adaptation Marie-Claude Pietragalla according to Marius Petipa - seven 2001), the Great Traditional Step (chor. Victor Gsovski - DEC 2001), Capriccio (chor. George Balanchine - Nov. 2001), James in the Sylphid (chor. Auguste Bournonville - DEC 2001), Giselle (choreographic adaptation Marie-Claude Pietragalla - March 2002), the Step of two of Gift Quichotte (choreographic adaptation Marie-Claude Pietragalla according to Marius Petipa). In Mars 2002, Marie-Claude Pietragalla appoints it Soliste at the time of the interpretation of Albrecht in Giselle (chor. Marie-Claude Pietragalla according to Marius Petipa) Out its roles of soloists, it also danced in: Travellers of Innocence (CH Claude Brumachon - 2000), Vita (chor. Marie-Claude Pietragalla), Sakountala (chor. Marie-Claude Pietragalla - Oct. 2000), Raymonda (chor. Marie-Claude Pietragalla according to Marius Petipa - May 2001), Flowers of autumn (chor. Marie-Claude Pietragalla - June 2001).
Thierry VASSELIN