Erin Drumheller is a Montréal based aerialist, dancer and violinist. Initiated to the arts through the study of classical music as a child, her passion eventually brought her to pursue professional training at L’École de danse contemporaine de Montréal (formerly LADMMI), Canada’s leading contemporary dance school. While beginning her career as a dancer she also began training aerial disciplines.
Erin performs on the ground as half of the Duo Les Belles Époques, and in the air on the original Aerial Borealis apparatus, aerial silks as well as an original aerial violin act. She has been seen on stages in Canada, the USA and in Germany.
As a violinist she has played for numerous special events and studio recordings and can be heard in the film soundtrack of Robert Morin’s critically acclaimed Le problème d’infiltration (2017).
Erin has also appeared with the contemporary dance companies Les Productions Figlio, Lucie Grégoire danse, and with Hugo Dalphond. Her contemporary dance and live music creation Far From Nowhere, created in collaboration with Kim Henry, was presented as part of the Événement ZoneHoma as well as the Festival Vue sur la Relève.
Photo credit : Hervé Leblay