Nicole Rose Bond
Dancer

Nicole Rose Bond is a Toronto-based dance artist who began her formal training at York University, graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts-Dance cum laude in 2005. Since that time, Nicole has felt privileged to perform works by many esteemed choreographers including Peggy Baker, Patricia Beatty, Tom Brouillette, Susan Cash, Bill Coleman, David Earle, Danny Grossman, Ryan Graham Hinds, Christopher House, James Kudelka, Learie McNicholl, Andrea Nann, Yvonne Ng, John Oswald, Peter Randazzo and Andrea Spaziani. As a teacher, Nicole has taught dance classes and workshops at York University, the Toronto District School Board, and through Toronto Dance Theatre outreach initiatives in Toronto, Vancouver, Moncton, and Whitehorse. Nicole has also served on the Toronto Arts Council Advisory Panel and is a member of the Dance Collection Dance ‘Encore: Hall of Fame’ Committee. Recently returning from touring Colombia and across Canada in her fourth year as a guest artist with Toronto Dance Theatre, Nicole is beyond grateful that her vocation encompasses doing what she loves and is humbled by the unique and beautiful Toronto arts community that she calls home.

Nicole’s repertoire with Peggy Baker Dance Projects includes performing the women’s quartet from who we are in the dark at the Canadian Film Centre fundraiser in May of 2017 and land | body | breath at the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa in August of 2017.