Dominique Lisette has choreographed and danced for a number of artists, notably Ben l’Oncle Soul, Mc Solaar, Neg Marrons, Diana King, Euythmics, Elie Kakou, Dany Brilliant, Zouk machine, and many others. He quickly became the most fashionable choreographer of television shows notably for Michel Drucker (Vivement Dimanche, Champs Elysées). He has choreographed and produced numerous events like the Opening of the World Cup of 1998, the show RFM Party 80, and fashion shows for brands like Puma, Reebok, and Levi’s.

Dominique has also explored the world of companies, at first with the company Boogie Saï, alongside Max Laure, then he became co-choreographer and dancer with the Collective Footwork, in addition to working alongside Blanca Li, within the framework of the creations (Quel Cirque) and opera dance (Treemonisha by Scott Joplin at the Châtelet Theater); as well as contemporary choreography such as the company Art Mouv, Hélène Taddei. Today, he has his own company, Relief.

His route, his curiosity, his openness, and his pedagogy justify his place as a teacher and jury member in numerous international workshops; Dominique is recognized as one of the teachers for the new dance generation.