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G E T. TO. KNOW. ME
Get to know Elie-Anne.
Artist. Dancer. Teacher. Choreographer.
As a young woman evolving in Montreal's street dance culture, Elie-Anne was introduced to popping in 2006. A style that distinguishes itself by muscle contractions and isolations as well as illusory movements.
She trained for five years with Montreal’s popping pioneers Fon DeVueno Powell, Hitmaster Fish and Handy Yacinthe "MonstaPop" and then decided to issue an artistic autonomy. She fell in love with the art of freestyle dance and participates in international battles. She positions herself as one of the few women in Canada who specializes in this form of street dance. In 2017, she became a member of Symbiotic Monsters.
She has worked for Cirque du Soleil, Cirque Eloize and several festivals in Montreal, including the Just for Laughs, the Jazz Festival, Francofolies, 100Lux festival and JOAT festival in wich she's now co-directing with Handy Yacinthe . She performed for Axelle Munezero, Handy Yacinthe, Saxon Fraser, Alexandra Landé, Emmanuelle Lephan, Martin Messier and others. Performing and battling made her travel to Morocco, Amsterdam, Saudi Arabia and the United States.
In 2017, she completed her bachelor's degree in contemporary dance at UQAM
and became a performer at Ebnfloh Company and a dancer teacher.
She created her own piece called FLUX, where she serves as both choreographer and dancer. She aims to expand her artistic horizons by exploring opportunities in theater and film, and by contributing to her community in meaningful ways.
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