Noëlle Davé, a South Carolina native, graduated from East Carolina University with a BFA in Dance Performance and Choreography. She is a freelance movement artist, choreographer, and educator currently based in Atlanta, GA. During her time at ECU, she had the opportunity to perform in repertory piece, Standing in Tears, staged by Koresh Dance company members, as well as pieces by David Ingram, Danielle Sheather, Michel Kouakou, John Dixon, TommiGalaska, Teal Darkenwald, Micah Geyer, and Joe Cotler. Upon graduation, she was a featured soloist in BalaSole Dance Company’s 2018 NYC season where she performed her work, Time, at the Ailey Citigroup Theatre in New York. She then joined gloATL at the end of 2018 in Atlanta, GA as a moving artist under Lauri Stallings. She has had the opportunity to be a part of Stallings’ work, Supple Means of Connection, in a six-week residency at the High Museum of Art as well as the Florence Biennale in Florence, Italy. She has also done local activations with glo throughout Atlanta. Noëlle is also a dancer with Britt Fishel & Artists. She was in residence at the Iron Factory in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and performed in Koresh Dance Company’s Come Together Festival. She was also featured in film, allowed|aloud, that was part of MashUpContemporary Dance Company’s IWD Festival. Noëlle has also had the opportunity to complete a residency under David Ingram with Fort Wayne Ballet where she performed in Fort Wayne Ballet, Too! She has been able to travel all across the United States teaching and setting choreography at different studios which she loves as well. Noëlle loves to take on innovative learning opportunities to grow in her artistry and explore new ways of thinking and moving.