Launched in 2015 and supported by nine partner structures, the Grand Luxe network is pursuing its mission to develop dance by proposing to set up an à la carte support circuit for new choreographic creators and their projects. The network is defined as an artistic exchange platform for emerging choreographers wishing to develop new projects.

Its nine structures – the Grand Studio in Brussels, the Centre Chorégraphique National – Ballet de Lorraine, the Ballet de l’Opéra national du Rhin – CCN de Mulhouse, Pôle Sud – Centre de Développement Chorégraphique National de Strasbourg, the Trois C-L | Maison pour la danse, the Theater Freiburg ,  L’Abri – Genève , Onassis Stegi in Athens and the Teatro Municipal do Porto –have decided to pool their know-how and their teams in the service of artistic projects originating in their territories which, at some stage in their development, require specific and adapted support. Each support programme is established by combining the resources of each of its members – work spaces, people, resources, outside viewpoints, administrative assistance, advice and support, recordings and training. This network, the only one of its kind, renews the spirit of “working together” by inventing new ways of working outside the usual production and distribution circuits.