Membre stagiaire du RQD

Susannah Haight

Interprète, Chorégraphe

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Biographie

      Susannah Haight is a freelance contemporary dancer from Toronto, Canada, who currently resides in Montréal. Susannah discovered her love of movement and physical expression at a very early age as a competitive rhythmic gymnast.  She has studied various disciplines of dance, such as jazz, lyrical, tap, acrobatics, contortion, modern, contemporary and ballet. In 2014, she graduated from Canada's oldest arts based high school, Etobicoke School of the Arts (Ontario) where she was awarded "The Edward Lam Memorial Scholarship" in dance. Susannah has spent her summers training at internationally acclaimed programs such as The National Ballet School of Canada (Toronto, Canada) Quinte Ballet school of Canada (Belleville, Canada), Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet (Pennsylvania, USA) The National Circus School (Montréal, Québec), Domaine Forget Arts Academy (Québec, Canada)  Conteur Dance Academy (Toronto, Ontario) San Francisco Conservatory of Dance (California, USA) and P.A.R.T.S (Brussels, Belgium).

 

      Susannah is a recent graduate from the esteemed École de Danse Contemporaine de Montréal  (EDCM) (2014-2017). She has had the opportunity to work with renowned teachers and choreographers such as Ben Kamino, Gabby Kamino, David Norsworthy, Linda Rabin, Mark Boivin, Anne Plamondon, Sophie Corriveau, Jamie Wright, David Albert-Toth, Caroline Laurin-Beaucage, Bobbi Smith and Or Meir Schraiber from Batsheva Dance Company, Jason Martin, Mark Lorimer, Peter Jasko and David Hernandez.  Susannah is working on developing her skills not only as a performer, but  also as a choreographer.  At the start of 2017, she featured her own unique work in the short film "Anoesis", directed by Sebastian Furtado at Le Livart: Centre d'Art Contemporain in Montréal. Susannah continues to work on independent artistic projects and is focused on combining her versatility as a dancer with her interests in other forms of visual art such as film, music and fashion. Susannah's goal is to understand how these different means of expression may come together in order to create a new path for dance in this forever evolving artistic language.

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