Gabrielle Roy

As part of her studies at Montreal’s School of Contemporary Dance, Gabrielle works alongside Peter Jasko, Catherine Gaudet, Marie Béland and Manon Oligny. Inspired by these committed figures of the contemporary scene and by her teachers Marc Boivin, Sophie Corriveau, Anne Le Beau and Jamie Wright, Gabrielle knows how to be vulnerable by her thirst for sincerity, touched by the differences of the bodies that surround her. She is looking for that authenticity that allows her to find the balance between her sensuality and her vitality in movement.

Since graduating from school, she has been forming part of her collective Ground State Dance Co, a meeting of four dynamic and committed women. She is also invited to work alongside Hélène Remoué, as part of the 2017 Fly Project of the Montreal School of Contemporary Dance (Collision des Chills, 2017).

Today, Gabrielle Roy works alongside Isabelle Van Grimde (Van Grimde Secret Body) for her most recent creation Eve2050.

Size: 5.4
Blond hair
Brown eyes
UDA: Stagiaire

Dance Styles: Classical Ballet, Contemporary, Jazz Ballet, Castanets, Hip Hop, Flamenco

Specialties: Contemporary, Jazz Ballet

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2016
Our Hearts, Laurence Nerbonne, Productions Roméo & Fils, Our Hearts, Laurence Nerbonne, Montreal, Qc

2015
Carrefour de l’Estrie Fashion Night, Premiere, Carrefour de l’Estrie, Sherbrooke, QC

DANCE
2018
Interpreter for Eve2050, Van Grimde Corps Secret Company, Montreal, Qc

2017
Guest Artist, Carte Blanche, Dance à la carte, Montreal, Qc
Guest Artist, Short and Sweet, Montreal, Qc
Guest artist, Saint-Sauveur Arts Festival, Montreal, Qc
Research and Creation Residence, Espace Marie Chouinard, Montreal Qc
Interpreter for Project Fly, Shiver Collision, Choreographer Hélène Remoué, EDCM, Montreal, Qc
Performer, Above Genders, Choreographer Catherine Thibault, Montreal, Qc

2016
Performer for GroundState Dance Compagny, choreographer and instigator Fannie Côté, Montreal, Qc
Interpreter for Scala Art Productions, It Will Take Women, original choreography by Hélène Remoué, Sherbrooke, Qc