Claire Voss joined West Australian Ballet's Corps de Ballet in 2016, and was promoted to Demi-Soloist afterThe Nutcracker (2018).
Born in Briey, France, Claire moved from her home at age 14 to train at the Conservatoire National Supérieur of Paris, Rosella Hightower in Cannes.
Claire completed her training at the Ballet Central in London, then graduating from Rosella Hightower and Ballet Central with a Bachelor degree in Arts.
She has previously danced with Dortmund Ballet, Zurich Ballet and Finnish National Ballet.
She has performed roles such as Olga in John Cranko’s Onegin, Pas de Deux in Demis Volpi’s Little Monsters, Cupido in Patrice Bart’s Don Quixote, 3 odalisques in Ivan Liŝka’s Le Corsaire and the Sylphide in August Bournonville’s La Sylphide, the Sugar Plum Fairy in The Nutcracker and Lead Wili in Giselle.
In her spare time Claire enjoys reading, history, socialising and exploring Australia.
Image: Claire Voss in La Sylphide (2018). Photo by Emma Fishwick.