Introducing... Christina Belinsky
Christina is a graduate of Dean College in Massachusetts with her A.A. in Dance and Trustees Prize in Dance and The University of the Arts in Philadelphia where she earned her B.F.A in Modern Dance Performance and the award for Most Outstanding Performance in Modern Dance. Christina has studied with NH School of Ballet, The Ailey School, The Rock School, Vermont Chamber Ballet, and Bates Dance Festival. She has performed professionally with Contempra Dance Theatre, Boston Dance Company's "The Nutcracker Suite", Perceptions Contemporary Dance Company, and as a guest artist with Impulse Dance Company. She has performed as a background dancer for the pop duo "Fantasy" opening for artists such as Lenny Kravitz, O-Town, Christina Millian, JC Chasez, Dreamstreet, DJ Sammy, Cassidy, Baby Bash and Frankie J, Nick Cannon, and Jada. Professional regional theater credits include A Christmas Carol, Footloose, The Producers, Sweet Charity, Seussical: The Musical, and Charlotte’s Web. Other credits include performing as a dancer with the Massachusetts Symphony Orchestra, The Dreamland Follies, The Yard, Bates Dance Festival 25th Anniversary, Built on Stilts Performing Arts Festival and the 80th Anniversary Tour of the Martha Graham Dance Company performing as an ensemble member in the classic, “Panorama” in addition to appearing in various music videos. She has performed the works of Martha Graham, Doris Humphrey, Vernard Gilmore, Curt Haworth, Maurice Hines, PearsonWidrig Dance Theater, and Takehiro Ueyama. She has been a guest teacher at Broadway Dance Center, Boston Ballet, and for New York City's Stage Door Connections. Christina is the creator of the dance blog "A Mover. A Shaker. A Dancer." that spotlights the journey of working dancers and their paths to success. Christina is currently a performer and co-dance captain of the internationally touring production "The Aluminum Show", a show often compared to the likes of Blue Man Group, Stomp, and Cirque du Soleil that combines puppetry, acrobatics, and dance with aluminum-toned objects. With "The Aluminum Show" she has performed throughout the US, Brazil, Canada, Spain, Israel, and Russia and has made numerous television appearances.