Adèle Ross is a Montreal-based dance and visual artist who developed a passion for hip-hop that led her to pursue a professional career. She continued her training at Ballet Divertimento before attending the School of Toronto Dance Theatre, where she graduated in 2021. There, she developed an intense interest in partner work, floor work, as well as imagination within movement.

As a performer, Adèle has had the opportunity to work with many choreographers such as Victor Quijada (Rubberband Dance Group), Jessica Joy Muszynski, Pulga Muchochoma and Yvonne Ng, which has led her to perform on stages across Canada and internationally.

Her choreographic work has been presented by the Festival de Danse Contemporaine de Sherbrooke and POP Montreal. As the co-founder of the collective Horizons she has created and performed work for the 19th and 20th editions of the Festival Quartiers Danses.

Adèle has been sharing her love of dance through teaching since 2018. The opportunity to inspire confidence, ease, joy and discovery in her students motivates her to continue on this path.