B i o g r a p h y 

Moscelyne graduated from The Juilliard School in 2019, with the Joseph W. Polisi Award for Artist as Citizen. She attended Walnut Hill School for the Arts where she received her high school degree. She has had the pleasure of performing new works by Helen Simoneau, Katarzyna Skarpetowska, Roy Assaf, Hannes Langolf, Dana Foglia, Ryan Mason, Iztok Kovac, Elijah Labay, Diane Arvanites, Mikaela Kelly, and Stefanie Batten Bland, as well as the repertoire of José Limón, Nacho Duato, Martha Graham, Ihsan Rustem, Johannes Wieland, and Crystal Pite. During her summers she trained and performed with the Jacob’s Pillow Contemporary Ensemble, Northwest Dance Project, and Arts Umbrella to name a few. She won “Best Choreography” in the NY Theater Summerfest 2018 for the play He & She. Her works have been performed as a part of Juilliard’s ChoreoComp, Choreographic Honors, and Senior Production, as well Triskelion Arts CollabFest in Brooklyn, NY. She has performed in solo works at Juilliard, and the Studebaker Theater.

She is a member of Post:Ballet in San Francisco, the director of BodySonnet (a community oriented dance collective), and resides in Chicago where she dances with HSpro lead by Alexandra Wells. 

Strange Garden Photo by Rosalie O'Connor

S t a t e m e n t

"I believe that the physicality of dance can be matched on emotional, intellectual and psychological levels in order to yield work that expands beyond the codification of any one artistic genre. I often ask myself how I can be a fuller, more expressive artist. I believe the answer is within the act of creation and collaboration: not only workshopping ideas, but also in discussion, experimentation, and research into the historical, societal, and conceptual ramifications of the body.”

Jacob's Pillow Photo by Christopher Duggan