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Daniel Roberge

Daniel Roberge, of Australia, is in his third season with The Washington Ballet after one season with The Washington Ballet Studio Company. Roberge was promoted from Company apprentice to Company member for the 2014.15 Performance Season. Roberge began training at an early age and was performing professionally at age 10. At 16 he joined the Marie-Walton Mahon Dance Academy and was awarded a scholarship to the National College of Dance and began training under Marie Walton-Mahon. There he received the Solo Seal Award and a Diploma in Dance Performance placing first in Choreography and Contemporary Dance. In 2009, Roberge was awarded the Silver Medal at the Genee International Ballet Competition in Singapore; He was a finalist in the Australian Institute of Classical Dance International Awards and the Youth America Grand Prix NYC in 2008 and 2010. Roberge is also a recipient of the A.R.S. Musica Australis Scholarship for Outstanding Achievement in Dance. In 2010, he had the honor of performing at the White House before President Obama and the First Lady. Mr. Roberge has performed esteemed choreographic works by Annabelle Lopez Ochoa, Twyla Tharp, Christopher Wheeldon, Trey McIntyre, Amy Seiwert, Christopher Bruce, Val Caniparoli, George Balanchine and of course Septime Webre and David Palmer. In the summer of 2013, Roberge was a guest artist in Septime Webre's "Cinderella" with Ballet Hawaii in Honolulu. In the TWB off season, Roberge choreographs and coaches in Sydney, Australia.