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Jenna Beaudoin

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Jenna Beaudoin graduated in 2011 with honours from Canterbury High School in Ottawa (Ontario, Canada) for the fine arts program in Ballet and Modern dance. Upon graduation, she began her bachelor’s degree in Contemporary Dance at Concordia University and completed the first year of the program. Feeling a need for stronger technique and more hours of training, she auditioned for École de Danse Contemporaine de Montréal from which she graduated in May 2016. Throughout her studies, Jenna has had the opportunity to dance in pieces choreographed by renowned choreographers such as Virginie Brunelle, Sasha Ivanochko, Manon Oligny, Ismael Mouaraki, Catherine Gaudet, and Peter Jasko. Through these encounters, Jenna was able to affirm and sharpen her personal strengths which are to dance with power, dynamic speed and swift articulation while simultaneously cultivating her more vulnerable and sensitive side to enrich and contrast her dancing. Driven by her curiosity to explore different contemporary dance techniques, Jenna travelled to Deltebre, Spain to partake in a two week dance intensive alongside 150 other dancers from around the world. During these two weeks, Jenna explored different forms of movement such as Fighting Monkey and Flying Low with masters Jozef Frucek & Linda Kapetanea as well as David Zambrano. Aside from dance, Jenna is fiercely passionate about human and animal rights, and the conservation of our beautiful planet. It is from these core values and her passion to express herself through movement that her first choreographic work, “Vices” has emerged and was presented in September 2016 at Atomic Cafe and in November 2016 at Art Lounge MTL.

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