After many years studying music at the conservatoire, Jann Gallois entered in the dance world in 2004 through hip hop doors. Very soon she was known by many choreographers such as Sebastien Lefrançois, Sylvain Groud, Angelin Preljocaj, Sebastien Ramirez, Kaori Ito, and collaborated with each of them for a series of creations between 2008 and 2014.
In 2012 after a strong professional experience as a performer, Jann decided to found her own company, Cie BurnOut, and to write her first own solo piece, P=mg for which she was 9 times awarded by national and international prizes, such as Paris Young Talent Prize and Beaumarchais-SACD Prize in Paris, Public & choreographic prize at the Solo-Tanz Theater in Stuttgart, Masdanza Prize in Canary Islands, Machol Shalem Prize in Jerusalem, and Gdansk solo dance contest Prize in Poland.
In 2015, Jann Gallois confirmed her artistic signature, combining hip hop and contemporary dance, by creating once again a solo- piece called Diagnostic F20.9, for which she was named “Best Choreographic Hope” of the year by the German newspaper Tanz. In 2016, she created Compact a duet piece with her main partner Rafael Smadja. In July 2016, she presented a new work titled Carte Blanche, a feminine trio for la belle scène saint-denis at Theatre La Parenthèse in Avignon.