Patrick Lavoie trained at L'Ecole suprieure de ballet contemporain de Montreal and San Francisco Ballet School. He joined The National Ballet of Canada in 1997 and was promoted to First Soloist in 2003.
Mr. Lavoie's repertoire includes the roles of Romeo and Paris in Romeo and Juliet, Siegfried and Rothbart in Swan Lake and Prince Charming in Cinderella, as well as principal roles in Onegin, The Firebird, Madame Butterfly, An Italian Straw Hat, The Seagull, Hamlet and The Four Seasons, among many more.
In 2010, he danced with the company in 24 Preludes by Chopin at the Cultural Olympiad at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver.
Mr. Lavoie was awarded the David Tory Award in 2012 and the Patron Award of Merit by the Patron's Council Committee of The National Ballet of Canada in 2001.