Aloïse Sauvage is a multidisciplinary artist active in both music, contemporary circus, dance, and cinema. At a very young age, she entered the Conservatoire where she learned to play the flute, drums, and saxophone. She also practiced breakdance and started writing her first texts. After she passed her baccalaureate in Science, she was trained at the prestigious Fratellini Academy in acro-dance
specialty. In 2015, she first acted alongside Marion Cotillard under the direction of Nicole Garcia in the movie Mal de Pierres. In 2017, Aloïse gained popularity in the film 120 battements par minute by Robin Campillo with whom she participated in the Cannes Film Festival.
At the same time, Aloïse had been earning more confidence to get into the music scene. While her original clips were meeting a real public success, Aloïse then started a series of concerts, and in November 2018, she participated – in particular – in the ‘Festival des TransMusicales de Rennes’, where her performance at the end of
her suspended microphone was well noticed. 2019 was a great year for Aloïse: in January, Vincent Mariette’s Les Fauves was released. In this film, she plays a carefree young woman along with Lily-Rose Depp. In March, she released her first EP, ‘Jimy’. During the summer, she participated in the shooting of the series Possessions directed by Thomas Vincent, for Canal+. In October, the films Hors-Normes by Olivier Nakache and Éric Toledano in which she interprets an animator of a center for autistic people and Je ne sais pas si c’est tout le monde by Vincent Delerm, in which she delivers a bit of herself, were released. In 2020, she was nominated in the ‘Révélation Scène’ category for the 35th edition of the Victoires
de la Musique and on February 28th, she released her debut album, ‘Dévorantes’.