MONTREAL, QC, and LAS VEGAS, NV, June 1 /PRNewswire/ - Building on her recent success as the artistic director in Las Vegas and in Korea with Michael Jackson's band for the This is it Tour featuring the Korean pop singer Yunho, the Canadian director, choreographer Genevieve Cleary helped Turkey to finish in the second position of the 2010 edition of Eurovision, Saturday night in Oslo, Norway.
Supporting the Turkish delegation and the popular rock band maNga - a hugely popular band -, Ms Cleary brought her own contribution to another level with an artistic direction that many will not soon forget.
During Eurovision 2010, 39 countries took part in the competition.
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About GENEVIEVE CLEARY
Genevieve Cleary began her career as a professional dancer at the age of 6. By 12, she already is beginning to experience choreography and artistic direction.
By the age of 17, Genevieve already has an impressive track record, including performances in New York and St.Louis dance festivals and choreography for such shows as Harmony 2000 created by Michel Lemieux and Victor Pilon (Cirque du Soleil), a remarkable event that was seen around the world.
At 20, after countless tours and shows, Geneviève decides to move from dancing to choreography, artistic direction and starts her own company, Belluscious productions and was immediately offered to create and produce a show inaugurating the new Fleur de Lys Cabaret Theatre on Bourbon Street in New Orleans.
Genevieve continues her work with the Palms Hotel in Las Vegas for Paul Oakenfold, which has already received several awards for Best Event in Las Vegas.
Genevieve draws her inspiration from the 20's to the 50's and is always presented in a contemporary context.
SOURCE Belluscious productions