The Virginia Dance Coalition is a professional jazz dance company that produces enthusiastic and fun programs with an emphasis on artistic excellence and wide contemporary variety. It is open to all dance organizations and individuals interested in supporting and promoting the dance arts. The Coalition Community is a place where everyone is important, friendships are made, bonds are strengthened, and families are nourished. It offers mentorship programs for its members, allowing them to grow in technique and art.
Catherine was admitted to the Shenandoah University Conservatory, where she earned her degree in Fine Arts in Dance, as well as the Terpsichore Award upon graduation in dance, which increased the visibility and prestige of the dance division thanks to her efforts as a working artist. Colleen has a degree in Theater and Dance with a specialization in Musical Theater from James Madison University and is represented by the CESD Talent Agency. Victoria began her dance career at age 5 in a studio in Burke, Virginia, where she trained in ballet, pointe, tap, jazz, contemporary music and hip hop. Catherine was a featured dancer at the Russian Dance Trepak with the Fairfax Ballet Company's Nutcracker.
After graduating from high school, Sam dedicated himself to training intensively in hip-hop and continued to compete with Adrenaline's Open All Male team, and was once again in the top five in the Dance World Cup. Monica grew up in Cincinnati dancing competitively and then went on to a brief professional dance career before realizing that she was born to teach and create a community. Elizabeth taught creative dance, jazz, and ballet at the Dance Expressions Dance Studio. After sharing equipment for a few months, it was quickly recognized that both had a dream embedded deep in their guts that they would one day own their own dance studio.
In her final year, she was president of the National Honor Society for the Dance Arts and presented her research in dance science at its annual conference in Phoenix, Arizona. He likes to teach and perform in all styles, but most of all he loves to see dancers grow in technique and art. She is a certified dance judge for the NDA, the Maryland Dance Circuit, and the UPA Nationals, and has been a judge at the Washington Redskins Cheerleaders and Wizards dance team auditions. After returning to Virginia, Sam began training dance teams and teaching at Adrenaline Dance Studio.
Together, these two women are training brilliant dancers by raising them in a dance community where everyone matters. The Virginia Dance Coalition offers mentorship programs for its members that allow them to grow in technique and art. Through these programs they can learn from experienced professionals who can help them reach their goals. The mentorship programs offered by the Virginia Dance Coalition provide an opportunity for members to gain knowledge from experienced professionals who can help them reach their goals.
They can learn about different styles of dance, how to perform better on stage, how to create choreography, how to market themselves as dancers, how to network with other dancers and much more. The Virginia Dance Coalition also provides resources such as workshops and seminars that can help members improve their skills. These resources can help members stay up-to-date on current trends in the industry as well as learn new techniques that can help them become better dancers. The Virginia Dance Coalition is committed to providing its members with mentorship programs that will help them reach their goals.
Through these programs they can learn from experienced professionals who can help them become better dancers. They can also take advantage of resources such as workshops and seminars that can help them stay up-to-date on current trends in the industry as well as learn new techniques.