Jeanefer as a dance event presenter

Choreographer, Mass Movement Director

& Creative Consultant

Hi there, I’m Jeanefer Jean-Charles. I’ve been working to create and deliver breathtakingly beautiful and powerful choreographies for the last 10 years. My passion for communicating through dance and mass-movement has led me to work on huge international sports events like the 2013 Rugby World Cup and the London 2012 Olympics.

Latest News

Four weeks into my new role as Creative Director for the New Year’s Eve Parade in Newcastle and I am delighted with the progress of the project, I have a great team and the participants are busy working hard to make this a success!

I am still busy working on my Tomorrow’s Men project at Lady Margaret School and the boys are working hard towards their final performance at the end of term. I am also looking forward to starting a new project in the new year at a school in Kensington and Chelsea.

Jeanefer's Journal

  • Newcastle’s New Year’s Eve Parade

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    Jeanefer is proud to announce her appointment as Creative Director for Newcastle’s New Year’s Eve…
  • The Award Winning, Return of Colmcille

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    Jeanefer was once again working with creative events company Walk The Plank. This time in Derry on The Return of Colmcille.
  • Coronation Festival at Buckingham Palace

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    Jeanefer was invited in the summer of 2013 to choreograph a piece with over 100 dancers as a part of the Coronation Concert in Buckingham Palace; a Big Dance commission produced by East London Dance.
  • Rugby League World Cup Opening Ceremony

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    Jeanefer has just recently worked as Artistic Director for this year’s Rugby League World Cup 2013 Opening Ceremony. The anticipated ceremony took place at the Millennium Stadium on October 26th 2013.
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proud to have worked with

The Rayne Foundation
Arts Council England
The BBC
London 2012 Olympics