Chloe Einicke

Born in Adelaide Australia, but growing up as a Brisbane girl, Chloe began her full- time training at Prudence Bowen Atelier and continued on at the New Zealand School of Dance. During her time in New Zealand she danced lead roles in George Balanchine’s Emeralds, Parrish Maynard’s Fractals and Edmund Stripe’s Symphony No 1 Opus 25.  She was also chosen to represent New Zealand School of Dance as an exchange student at The National Ballet School of Canada.


Chloe joined West Australian Ballet in 2013 as a young artist and was promoted to top the corps de ballet the following year. Highlights included working with choreographers Edward Clug on the role of Juliet in Radio & Juliet and performing one of the Lead Wilis in Scannella/Delasalle Giselle.