I am so excited that 2015 is underway! After a much needed week off, I am preparing to start back with rehearsals for our March program of Chroma and Alice. But along with these familiar favourites there are inspiring projects brewing and I am looking forward to revealing all the exciting news soon. Until then, Happy New Year and welcome 2015!
Posts Tagged ‘National Ballet of Canada’
We are already in full swing getting ready for our tour to NY with Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Very excited to be back dancing in the Big Apple again. Catch me as the Red Queen September 9th, 11th and 13th at the Koch Theater!!
After a week off following our Toronto season I headed to LA to dance Juliet at the Music Center. It was so nice to be back in California and the audience was fantastic! Then it was back home and back to work getting ready to perform at the Festival des Arts de St. Sauveur in Quebec. I was so happy to be dancing my favourite roles: Giselle, Juliet and my beautiful solo, Being and Nothingness (Part 1), for 3 performances.
Not much holiday time this year but it turned out to be a busy and wonderful summer nonetheless.
After a very demanding and emotional March season, I was thrilled to welcome a week off. Now it’s back to rehearsals for the upcoming June performances of Jerome Robbins’ Opus 19/ The Dreamer and William Forsythe’s the second detail. What a pleasure to revisit these 2 extraordinary works and a perfect way to end the year.
There has been a change to my Onegin performances. I am now dancing with Guillaume Cote on March 21st at 7:30 and March 23rd at 2:00
Four Seasons Centre, Toronto
A Month in the Country: February 26th, 28th and March 1st at 7:30. February 27 at 2:00
Swan Lake: March 15th at 7:30
Onegin: March 20th at 7:30 and March 22nd at 2:00
After a busy summer performing in Saratoga, N.Y. and Saint-Sauveur in Quebec, I’m happy to be back getting ready for a new season. This year is starting off amazingly. Guillaume and I have been working together over the past few weeks and he has created a beautiful solo for me. I’m thrilled that I’ll get to perform it for the first time at a Gala on October 3, in Providence, Rhode Island. The whole creative process has been most inspiring and I can’t wait to perform it. And as an added bonus, I get to visit my hometown and also dance a pas de deux with my husband! What a nice way to start the year.
What a treat it was to perform at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC for the past 2 weeks. Fabulous theatre and amazing city. I even had over 70 family and friends in attendance at my last show! Now we are in Ottawa to perform Romeo and Juliet. So excited for my show on Saturday night(Feb 2)! From Red Queen to Juliet in 7 days.
My favorite ballet is back again. It’s been a while since I last danced Giselle, seeing as I was pregnant with my son the time before. It’s truly a dream role for a ballerina and special ballets like this don’t come around often enough. Luckily, on December 5th and 8th at 7:30pm, I’ll get another opportunity to live the dream.
After a couple of quick trips to the USA for some fun galas, I’m back getting ready for the upcoming season. Feels like there’s way too much time before our next performances are scheduled in mid October, but once we head out on tour to L.A., we won’t stop all year. It’s a busy and exciting schedule filled with lots of performances at home and abroad. Can’t wait to get started!