Jenni Large

Company Dancer

Jenni trained at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts. She graduated in 2010 receiving the Hawaiian Award for most outstanding graduate. During her studies she completed the international exchange program at the Taipei National University of the Arts and traveled to the United States to perform at the World Dance Alliance. 

As an independent artist, Jenni has developed, performed and toured works by Aimee Smith, Sue Peacock, Isabella Stone, Leigh Warren and Dancers, Ashley McLellan and Preying Eye Productions. 

From 2012-2013 Jenni was a member of Tasdance under artistic director Annie Greig, performing and touring works by Anton, Francis Rings, Larissa McGowan, Anna Smith, Marnie Palomares, Byron Perry and Tanja Liedkte. 

Jenni choreographed The Ultimate Human Seduction as a founding member of the Sydney-based Dance Makers Collective in 2013, The Untitled Lion Project with collaborator Jack Ziesing as apart of the IndepenDANCE project in 2015 and more recently, Baby Heaven Love Voice as part of Dancenorth's 2017 Tomorrow Makers Season. 

Jenni joined Dancenorth in 2015 under the directorship of Kyle Page and Amber Haines. Performance highlights include touring nationally and internationally, A pre-Emptive Requiem for Mother Nature by Alisdair Macindoe; If__Was__ a double bill by Ross McCormack and Stephanie Lake, The Three Dancers by Lee Searle; Attractor by Lucy Guerin Inc and Gideon Obarzanek, Rainbow Vomit and Spectra by Amber Haines and Kyle Page. In 2017 Jenni also undertook the role as Assistant Rehearsal Director.