Line Haddad is a World and Olympic pair skater and was the youngest athlete to compete at the Olympics at Albertville. She is a well known international choreographer and a performer with the Ice theatre of Ny company and Ice Dance International. She choregraphed and worked with various world and Olympic skaters such as Vanessa James/Morgan Cipres. As a consultant for the Cirque du Soleil "Crystal show" and the French ice skating federation, she offers choregraphy workshops and pair skating expertise. Former student of Oleg Vassiliev and Jean-Roland Racle, she is two time French National Champion with partner Sylvain Prive, one-time Israeli National Champion with Vitaly Lycenko. She is also a trained dancer graduated from the Paris Conservatoire in ballet but also performed in modern dance and Argentine Tango (NY City Center, Google, NY Live Arts, and The Madison Theatre). Line was featured among others in NyTimes, Fox news, NBC, French Morning NY
Her most recent choreographies includes "Sin Piel" a duet with Matej Silecky about abusive relationships, a contemporary piece "11h11" featured at the ITNY home season and honoring Tai Babilonia and Randy Gardner, "Milongon" performed at Rockefeller center with Ice dancer Brent Bommentre and composition by world renowned bandoneon player JP Jofre.
She also coached skaters at ISU Grand Prix events (Skate america, Trophee de France).
After touring with Philippe Candeloro and the French team, she joined the Ice theatre company as a Performer and collaborated with choreographers such as David Parson, Douglas Webster or David Liu. Line was featured in Dance Visions on Ice on NBC starring Nancy Kerrigan and Evgeni Plushenko as well as in a TV show Glee Episode.
Academically, she received her Master of Arts in translation and linguistics in Paris, majoring in French, English, and Spanish.
Here are some skaters she choregraphed for:
Vanessa James/Morgan Cipres
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