Malou Meyenhofer

Choreographer  Dancer Teacher


Choreography _ Stage

Malou Meyenhofer has designed choreography for theatres, festivals and performances in Europe, Asia and the US.

Amongst her own poductions are award-winning plays, like „The night before the morning after“ (finale of competition „Solo Tanz Theater Wettbewerb Stuttgart“, Germany) and „Beautiful Truth“. In 2016 she won the price for emerging choreorgaphers in Switzerland. The same year she created „complicated!“, a dance comedy noir, marking the beginning of her creative partnership with writer Igor Bauersima.

Commissioned works include performances in a vast variety of contexts, from Romeo and Juliet set in a Swiss Castle to a dance performance in the famous Umaid Bhavan Palace in Rajastan. Most of Meyenhofers work is shown in theatres and festivals. Her work has been supported and sponsored by Swiss and European foundations, as well as companies such as General Motors, Coca Cola and Unilever.

In India she has collaborated closely with Zenzi Mumbai, one of the main focal points of new culture in this megalopolis of 22 million people, creating a range of events, performances and workshops with them. As a guest choreographer / perfomer in the 6400 square foot opera-meets-warehouse performance space Bluefrog she worked with highly acclaimed international musicians such as Carlton Braganza, Venkat Subramaniyam, Jude Lazaro, Merlin D’Souza, Denis Pante, David Jacques, D Wood and award-winning hindustani classical sarodist Anupam Shobhakar.

Choreography _ Film & TV

Malou Meyenhofer has provided choreography for feature films, short movies, TV ads and music videos.


Having spent seven years in the epicentre of the Hindi film industry known as Bollywood, her work includes work for actress Kangana Ranaut as well as ensemble choreographies for dance groups from India, Australia, UK, Russia and Ukraine. She created several routines for herself and her dance partners for movies starring Sonam Kapoor, Shahid Kapoor, Rimi Senn, Ajay Devgn, Celina Jaitley and Govinda.


Her short dance film „The Livin‘ Is Easy“ has won the Choreographic Captures Award of 2017.

Upcoming projects:


“Man sieht Rot” 2019 (choreographer)

writer, director: Igor Bauersima, actors: Barbara Tepoorten, Sven Furrer

  • October 22 – Zug – Premiere
  • October 23 – Zug
  • November 11 – Kloten
  • November 22 – Basel
  • November 23 – Thun
  • November 29 – Jona
  • November 30 – Sempach
  • December 5 – Visp
  • December 6 – Visp
  • December 13 – Sarnen
  • December 14 – Grenchen
  • December 19 – Düdingen
  • December 20 – Widnau
  • January 16 – Herisau
  • January 17 – Schwyz
  • January 18 – Hochdorf
  • January 23 – Chur
  • January 31 – Winterthur
  • March 5 – Altdorf
  • March 6 – Zürich
  •  Msarch 7 – Glarus
  • March 12 – Frauenfeld
  • March 13 – Bern
  • March 14 – Gossau
  • March 19 – Laufenburg
  • March 21 – Rorschach
  • April 2 – Belp
  • May 1 – Lyss
  • May 2 – Affoltern am Albis
  • May 7 – Suhr
  • May 9 – Vaduz
  • May 15 – Weinfelden
  • May 16 – Schaffhausen

Opera Zurich:

“Freischütz” 2019 (dancer)

direction: Herbert Fritsch

  • September 29
  • October 4
  • October 16
  • October 19
  • October 27

Past projects:

Opera Zurich: “Tannhäuser” 2019 (dancer)

choreography: Philipp Egli

  • March 23
  • March 27
  • March 31
  • April 4

“Midsummer Night’s Dream” 2018 (choreographer)

Schlossfestspiele Falkenstein

August 10, 11, 12, 16, 17, 18, 23, 24, 25, 30 31, September 1

Opera Zurich: “Mahagonny” 2017 (dancer)

choreographer: Kinsun Chan

November 5, 9, 12, 14, 17, 19, 22, 24

Dance Teacher

Malou Meyenhofer features among the pioneers for teaching contemporary dance in India. She has created a dance curriculum for WWIL Whistling Woods International and created the Repertory Dance Company. She has co-founded and run the school LHI and taught there since 2008. She has established „Dance Across Cultures“, an NGO that teaches dance to and supports tribal girls in the film city area of Mumbai.
Teaching credits include many festivals and workshops in Europe, Asia, the US and Canada, in workshops in the Netherlands, Greece, Germany, Bali and maybe most notably at Herrang Dance Camp, the mekka of Jazz, Tap and Swing Dance in Sweden, where she has been a regular guest since 2004.


„Music becomes dance when you watch her dance. Elegant, profound – and impossibly sexy. „

D Wood

Head of Music Department, Whistling Woods Internation WWIL

„Malou Meyenhofer’s extensive experience and knowledge as a choreographer struck me as an invaluable addition to my present and future work.“

Silvio Buchmeier

Filmmaker, SB Films

„You’re left wondering how two people can be so lithe on their feet!“

Ismat Tahseen

Senior Correspondanz, DNA India

It is due to her vast experience and routine that even the most spontaneous requirements were absolutely no problem for Malou Meyenhofer. Whosoever incorporates this exceptional talent into their project is going to get far more than ‚just‘ a grand dancer!

Andy Mc Sean

Singer, Stadelmann Entertainment

„A woman who has followed her dreams and made her passion her profession!“

Glynda Alves

Journalist, The Afternoon Dispatch and Courier, „Woman’s World“

„They painted quiet a picture, his strong masculine lines beautifully showcased her elegant footwork and smooth sashaying. It was strictly evident that while they danced the workd faded away and all that mattered was the moment.“

Salonee Gadgil

Writer, Mumbai Mag

„Ready to get your groove on?, asked our scout, as we met up – ready to dance the night away in a hip new club. Little did we know, we were being whisked away to a dance class, hosted by two of the world’s leading proponents of American dance. (…) Their classes are known for capturing the joy of dance.“

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Jhilmil Motihar

Journalist, India Today

„Super graceful!“

Malini Agarwal – „Miss Malini“

CEO of MissMalini media house / „Inside Access with Miss Malini“ TV

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