Noëllie Conjeaud


Noellie-ConjeaudNoëllie began her professional training at the age of 10 at the Paris Opera Ballet School, where she graduated fro the Professional Division in 2004. She immediately made her professional debut at the Paris Opera Ballet as Quadrille. In 2005, Noëllie joined the Opera National de Bordeaux where she danced as a soloist in several ballets, including the role of Kitri in Charles Jude’s Don Quixote, and she went on to join Alberta Ballet in Canada before joining Scottish Ballet in 2011.

With Scottish Ballet, Noëllie has danced in Jorma Elo's Kings 2 Ends,  Ashley Page's Pennies from Heaven and The Sleeping Beauty (The Lilac Fairy, Fairy of Beauty), Meckler/Lopez Ochoa's A Streetcar Named Desire and Martin Lawrance's Run For It.


Noellie Conjeaud



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