Name

Jenni Large

Biography

Jenni Large 2013

Jenni graduated from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) in 2010 and on completion of her Degree she was the recipient of the Hawaiian Award for Dance, awarded to the most outstanding graduating student. During her time at WAAPA, Jenni was selected for exchange at the Taipei National University of the Arts (TNUA) where she studied Tai Chi, Kung Fu, Chinese Acrobatics and traditional Chinese Dance and placed 2nd in a National Kung Fu competition. During her time at WAAPA Jenni learned and performed works by Nanette Hassall, Aimee Smith, Alice Lee Holland, Sue Peacock and Anton. She performed in New York at the World Dance Alliance, works by Michael Whaites, Sue Peacock, Leda Muhana (Brazil) and Christian Von Howard (NYC). In 2011 Jenni had secondment placements across Australia at SDC, LWD, ADT Chunky Move and Dance North. She understudied for Narelle Benjamin's The Dark Room, Frances Ring's Debris and Anton’s Beautiful Noise (Legs on the Wall). Jenni performed Aimee Smith’s Wintering at the Next Wave Festival in Melbourne and has been working with Sue Peacock in Perth developing the work Reflect. Jenni joined Tasdance to perform in Identity and Voltage in 2011 and Luminous Flux in 2o13.