Mathilde Le Coultre was born on the eighth of February in Geneva.
Her parents emphasised culture very early in her upbringing and were artists themselves. Dance, theatre, circus and music performances, visual arts classes, etc. all contribute to immersing her in an interdisciplinary artistic environment.
At the age of six, Mathilde started modern dance, but very quickly extended her training to ballet, contemporary and jazz. At the age of eighteen, she started pole dancing and was introduced to aerial arts such as fabric and hoop.
In addition to the performing arts, Mathilde draws, paints and writes.
It was at the age of eighteen, during her Matura, that Mathilde really became aware of the importance of the performing arts in her life and wanted to make it her profession. Initially convinced that she wanted to be a choreographer, she took part in shows mixing dance, theatre and acrobatics and decided to extend her artistic field to these different fields. This is how she ended up at the Dimitri Academy, where she is very happy to study.