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Axelle is a dancer, choreographer, and a leading model in the urban dance scene around the world. Born in Burundi, she has lived in Canada since her childhood. Present on the urban dance scene for more than 10 years, Axelle began, in 2011, a bachelor's degree in dance, creation profile at UQAM. From 2011 to 2014, she participated in various creation projects, notably with the RUBBERBANDance Group, Alexandra "Spicey" Landé (Ebnfloh) and Saxon Fraser (Juxtapose). She is constantly invited around the world to give workshops, notably in Japan, Russia, England, France, the United States, China, etc. Co-founder of Forêt Noire, a company that explores the limits of waacking, she also organizes the biggest waacking event in Canada for the past 7 years: "Hot Mess" as well as the 100Lux Festival. A creator at heart, she has presented her work at Tangente, Festival vue sur la relève, Festival Accès danse and Carte blanche, among others. She is an administrator for the Regroupement Québécois de la Danse. She has collaborated with artists such as Arcade Fire, Corneille, Dominique Fils-Aimé, AfrotroniX among others. Most recently, she choreographed the short program figure skating number for athletes Guillaume Cizeron and Gabriella Papadakis at the Beijing Olympics, a performance that broke a world record and won them the gold medal.

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Live Dance Show Production

Productions UP produced Axelle Munezero's first 60-min dancing show. 


Choreographer: Axelle Munezero

Artistic Consulting: Alexe Lebel-Faille Stage Direction: Véronique Bossé Producer: Maude Lafrance

Multi medias: Sam Lamouti

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Photoshoot Production

Productions UP did Axelle's latest photohoot.


Producer: Maude Lafrance

Photographer: Anthony Ferla

Artistic Direction: Véronique Bossé

Stylism: Raffiné

Dress: Antonio Ortega Couture



TV Performance Production

Production of the television number of Axelle Munezero to Revolution.


Production: Maude Lafrance

Artistic Direction: Véronique Bossé

Stylism: Raffiné

Music: Dominique Fils-Aimé

Dress: Antonio Ortega Couture

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