Chloe Hart is an emerging dance artist based in Montreal. A Nova Scotia native, she began dancing in the intensive training program at Halifax Dance. While training in her hometown, she was a member of the school’s Young Company, performed for several years in Symphony Nova Scotia’s The Nutcracker, and begun exploring her own choreographic work. She is now furthering her dance training at École de danse contemporaine de Montréal, where she is in her second year. This year, Hart’s collaborative work with fellow Nova Scotian Aliah Schwartz has been presented at Kinetic Studio’s in Halifax, and will be presented in the Montreal St. Ambroise Fringe Festival. She has received several acknowledgments for her choreography and dance, including the Pat Richard’s Award and the Robert George Jackson Award. She is also a Nova Scotia Talent Trust Scholarship recipient.
Based in Montréal, Aliah Schwartz is an emerging dance artist from a small town in Nova Scotia, currently completing her studies in a contemporary dance BFA at Concordia University. Aliah was recently recognized for artistic achievement by the Nova Scotia Talent Trust when she received the Lieutenant Governors Award (2015), and the 2011 Canada Games Young Artist of Excellence Award (2014). Aliah has received various awards for her choreography, including the Pat Richards award through Dance Nova Scotia and Halifax Dance.