Ella-Rose Trew

Ella-Rose Trew has spent over a decade as a dancer, educator and dance-maker based in Perth, Western Australia. A graduate of the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts and LINK Dance Company, Ella-Rose went on to work with Buzz Dance Theatre, STEPS Youth Dance Company and was a founding member and inaugural Associate Artist of Co3 Australia. Ella-Rose has worked alongside Emma Fishwick, developing and performing in microLandscapes (Next Wave Festival, 2016) Dance, Quiet Riot (2018) and Slow Burn, Together (2021). In 2019 Ella-Rose choreographed The Colour of Distance with students at WAAPA and continues to lecture within the dance department. She has worked extensively across the Perth independent dance sector, with Sue Peacock, Laura Boynes, Isabella Stone, Aimee Smith, Jo Pollitt, Paea Leach, Rachel Arianne Ogle and Rhiannon Newton. Ella-Rose was awarded the Best Female Performer (Dance)2018 at the Performing Arts WA Awards.

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