Adele Goh began dancing and performing at an early age. She joined the Singapore Ballet Academy and was involved in numerous ballet productions with Singapore Dance Theatre. In 2009, she moved to London to further her training at the Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance, graduating with a BA (First Class Hons) in Ballet and Contemporary Dance. Upon graduation, she worked as a dancer for Moving Visions Dance Company in London before moving to Israel to train and perform with Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company under the MASA programme.
Adele is currently a full-time company artist with Frontier Danceland. Since joining the company in 2013, she has worked and collaborated with local and international choreographers including Low Mei Yoke (Singapore), Christina Chan (Singapore), Lee Mun Wai (Singapore), Noa Zuk and Ohad Fishof (Israel), Matej Kejzar (Slovenia), Liu Yen-Cheng (Taiwan), Gabrielle Nankivell and Luke Smiles (Australia), Stephanie Lake (Australia), Shahar Biniamini (Israel) and Sita Ostheimer (Germany). In 2015, she performed in Akalika 7 by Olé Khamchanla as part of the Singapour en France le festival in Paris, and in 2016, she performed in An Old Woman Picking Up A Stone From The Ground And Carrying It Back To Her House by Noa Zuk and Ohad Fishof and Flat by Shahar Biniamini in Batsheva Dance Company, Tel Aviv, Israel. During her time in the company, Adele has also made choreographic works including Take me to your leader (2014), Silent Run (2015) and In the Wake of Sleep (2016).