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Chantelle Good


Chantelle

Chantelle Good, originally from Toronto, Canada, started dancing at the young age of two. Following her years of competitive dance training, Chantelle moved to New York to study dance at Marymount Manhattan College, where she received a Bachelor of Fine Arts with a concentration in choreography. She has performed in professional events including New York Fashion Week, BC Beat, DansEncore, DanceBreak, the Inside/Out Festival at Jacob's Pillow, and the American Music Awards. In both 2016 and 2017, Chantelle attended Springboard Danse Montreal under the direction of Alexandra Wells, where she performed repertoire by Stijn Celis and Ohad Naharin. She has also performed works by Alexandra Damiani, Robert Battle, Jo Strømgren, Adam Barruch, Stacey Tookey, Kate Harpootlian, and Emma Portner.

 

In 2019, she took part in a development workshop for the Off-Broadway show The Wrong Man, where she worked closely with Thomas Kail, Alex Lacamoire, Ross Golan, and Travis Wall. Chantelle was also cast in Emmy Award-winning choreographer Al Blackstone’s Freddie Falls in Love, which premiered at the Joyce Theatre. In addition to concert work, she has danced for recording artists including Jennifer Lopez, Blood Orange, iskwÄ“, and Snoop Dogg.

 

When she is not performing or working on a creative project, Chantelle enjoys sharing her knowledge and passion for dance as a teaching artist and guest choreographer for studios and intensives across North America. She continues to learn from her fellow artists and mentors while flourishing her own diverse professional career. 

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