Simon Wehrli (*1983, Winterthur) started as a drummer and violinist in several Swiss bands, attended the Accademia Teatro Dimitri in Verscio (CH) and then studied contemporary dance with Trinity Laban London (UK). From 2010 to 2015 he was involved in different projects by David Zambrano (amongst others "50 days of flying low and passing through Costa Rica“).
Simon toured Europe, the USA, and Africa as part of the theater group Collettivo Spettatori and the dance improvisation group 50collective. As a dancer and musician he worked for choreographers internationally. Own creations include Greatest Hits (2013), How to become Clairvoyant (2016), Nature Poetry (2018), Nothing Works (Shakira, Shakira) (2020), Deep Purple (2022).
Simon teaches dance and improvisation in Switzerland and abroad, regularly works for the Bachelor in Contemporary Dance at La Manufacture and is busy with his own productions as well as collaborations.