“Miss Liz” has been educating students in dance and choreographing for more then a decade. She currently teaches at a number of dance studios around the Philadelphia area. During the summers Liz has taught dance as the head teacher at North Penn YMCA’s summer camp. Liz has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Dance from Eastern University.
She has performed in and choreographed for many of Eastern’s dance concerts; her pieces included A Part of My Soul, Unfaltering Drive! , Paresthesias, Beautiful Human and What Remains?
Liz had the opportunity to perform in pieces by Eastern University’s professors such as Stephen Welsh’s Under the Microscope in 2009 at the Community Education Center in Philadelphia, and Dr. Karen Clemente’s Return Again in 2007 at Pennsylvania State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance State Convention. Liz has danced on the Redefined hip-hop dance team at Eastern, and has also attended the American College Dance Festival Association in 2009, 2010, and performed in 2011. Liz is a former company member and choreographer for the modern dance company MM2. Her piece for MM2, Post-Emergence, was performed at the 2010 Philadelphia Fringe Festival, and Philly Fringe Preview Show.
Liz has had her choreography accepted and performed at the Koresh Artist Showcase, InHale Performance Series, ETC Performance Series, Jam 4 Jess Benefit Dance Concert, SpringUP Dance Festival, Cabaret Nights with the Lehigh Valley Dance Exchange, and Artistry Unfolded. Liz has taught guest master classes around the Philadelphia area and at In Motion Dance Company, and Moravian College. She has had the opportunity to judge for That’s Entertainment Performing Arts Competition, as well as choreograph for dance competition teams where her pieces have won a number of awards.
Liz takes great pride in passing on her knowledge and passion of dance to her students to inspire them to discover their own voice in the dance world. Visit her website today.