Resident Dance Trainer
Christine Wright has been a prominent figure in the New York dance scene for four decades. She toured internationally as a leading dancer with the Lar Lubovitch Dance Company from 1976 – 1987. She was also a guest artist with the Elisa Monte Dance Company, worked with Blondell Cummings on a solo in conjunction with Music From Japan, and with Ohad Naharin who created a solo on her under the auspices of the Asia Society. Ms. Wright has also worked with her good friend Zvi Gotheiner. She retired from dancing in 1987. Since then she has taught a professional level ballet class in New York City, and guest teaches annually for both Toronto Dance Theatre and The School of Toronto Dance Theatre. She has extensive study and expertise in functional anatomy, and maintains a private clientele practice where she works with both the dance and non-dance population. Ms. Wright is a member of the International Association of Dance Medicine and Science.
Read about Christine Wright in Dance Teacher Magazine here.