Solveig Chicoisne

Solveig Chicoisne is a 25 years old passionated and professional dancer. She studied at the École Supérieure de Ballet du Québec, which allowed her to acquire a solid technique as well as discipline, perseverance, versatility and unparalleled professionalism. Her charisma and grace add to his great versatility. She has danced for more than eleven years at Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montréal in the production of The Nutcracker, and has participated in several other projects, including Cirque du Soleil, the Montreal Jazz Festival and the Symphonic Orchestra. She has also appeared in multiple commercials and music videos. As a enthusiast traveller, Solveig has developed an openness and ease of adaptation and contact, qualities that are reflected in her ability to follow directions.

Height: 5,9
Hair: Blond
Eyes: Hazel
UDA: N./A.

Dance styles:  Classical, Modern, Contemporary, Commercial
Specialties: Classical, Modern, Contemporary,
Others: Sport, Yoga, Photography et Trip

Description

DANCE
Corps de ballet, Casse-Noisette, Les Grands ballets Canadiens de Montréal (2014-2015-2016-2017)
Solist, Couples et Pinocchio de Ballet Ouest, Montréal (2014-2015)
The Banff Centre’s Professional Dance program directed by Lindsay Fischer (Été 2013) Tchaikovsky Pas de deux (Tchaikovsky/Balanchine), Apollo (Stravinsky/Balanchine), Four Last Songs (Strauss/van Dantzig) and the new creation : The Ugly Duckling de Donald Sales
Un finissant, un chorégraphe : Solo creation in collaboration with James Gregg (2013) Luminescenza

COMMERCIALS / MUSIC VIDEOS / PHOTOS
Modèle danseuse Photoshoot pour la collaboration de la boutique 1861 et créations Dimitri (2018)
Figuration/Danseuse Vidéoclip de de Claude Bégin (2018)
Figuration principale Vidéo promotionnelle du SPA OVARIUM (2017)
Danseuse Vidéo promotionnelle pour la compagnie Microsoft (2016)
Collaboration avec différents photographes de danse (2016-2018) Isabelle Lafontaine, Steven Berruyer, Melika Dez, Olivier Durand (France)

OTHER
Various experiences with the Cirque du Soleil, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Radio-Canada.