After having graduated at l’École supérieure in1987, Anne Dryburgh joined Ballet British Columbia for six seasons and performed works by such choreographers as George Balanchine, William Forsythe, and Paul Taylor. In 1993, she joined Ballet Ottawa.
She returned to Montreal to dance with Ballet West and the Montreal Opera as well as in the musical choreographed by Jean Grand-Maître, Demain matin, Montréal m’attend. In 2001, she performed with the White Oak Project, company founded and directed by Mikhail Baryshnikov.
Since 1992, she also works as an actor for both the stage and the screen. Mrs. Dryburgh has participated and received credit for her collaboration in Art of War with Wesley Snipes, and La vie d’un héro directed by Micheline Lanctôt.
In 2008, she graduated from l’Université du Québec à Montréal with a master’s degree in dance with honourable mention. Just two years later, she obtained a diploma from the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing. Through the grant of the Canada Arts Council, she was able to perfect her training at the National Ballet School of Canada.
Since 2004, Mrs. Dryburgh has been teaching at the professional program of l’École supérieure.
- 1987-1993 Ballet British-Columbia
- 1993-1994 Ottawa Ballet Company
- 2007-2009 Académie de ballet classique de Montréal (now the recreational program of l’École supérieure)