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Spokesperson for the 13th edition of the Festival Accès Danse

Axelle « Ebony » Munezero

For me, dance has always been a way of expressing things that can’t be said with words. It’s a language that speaks to the body, feelings and emotions. Dance helps us grow, dance lets us dream, but above all, dance creates bonds between people.

I’ve been lucky to experience unforgettable moments throughout my career and these experiences have shaped my way of living, thinking and seeing the world. I am touched every time I see young passionate dancers take over this art and this is why it is a great pleasure for me to be the spokesperson for this amazing festival.

Axelle « Ebony » Munezero, Spokesperson for the 13th edition of the Festival Accès Danse

Biographie

Axelle “Ebony” Munezero specializes in whacking dance. In addition to winning many street dance battles around the world during her career, she has worked with Arcade Fire, Corneille, Dead Obies and Céline Dion and made television appearances on Danser pour gagner and Les dieux de la danse.

After training in contemporary dance at UQAM, she was a dancer for Ebnfloh, Juxtapose and RUBBERBANDance before launching her own creation company, Asymmetry. She is constantly travelling to give workshops and judge dance battles around the world: Japan, Russia, South Korea, China, Australia, Paris, Los Angeles, Taiwan, Singapore. For the last ten years, Axelle has been the producer behind Hot Mess, the biggest Canadian whacking battle.

She is also a street dance curator and works with the FTA, Tangente, Le M.A.I., Studio 303, Place des arts and Circuit-Est. Her diverse career path is driven by her strong energy and unique style, a world which captures people’s attention through the resulting raw emotion.

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Axelle « Ebony » Munezero
Credit: Anthony Ferla

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