Guest choreographer Lyrical / Solos/Duos/Trios all disciplines
Julie England was born in England, UK and has been in the performing arts industry for 25 years. Over the years trained in Ballet, Tap, Jazz, lyrical, Modern Cunningham, Horton, Graham, Limon, National, Musical theatre, Stage, Contemporary, Ballroom and Latin dance; receiving all graded medals from pre-primary to advance in syllabuses; I.D.T.A, I.S.T.D, R.A.D.
A graduate from the London College of Dance has a B.A. Honors in Dance, (A.I.S.T.D) Associate Imperial society teaching of Dance Certification and Bachelor of Applied Interior Design.
Some of her professional performances: Hans Christian Anderson, Annie, Cinderella, Oliver, The Snow Queen, and Nutcracker, Babes in the Woods, Pajama Game, Show Boat and the Opera Countess Maritza. Nexus Modern Dance Company.
Julie has adjudicated numerous dance competitions, recognizing the talent, dedication, and achievement of artists. As an enthusiastic and passionate teacher, she has contributed to several dance workshops speaking to both dancers and audience members on all aspects of dance presentation, including the History of dance, areas in development of artistry and technique.
Best known for her innovative and compelling choreography, Julie has won an abundance of awards all over the world: George Lon Memorial Choreography Award, awards for American Dance Choreographic Achievement, Memorial Choreographic Award for “outstanding artistic performance” in memory of Julian Paul Masi. Cathy Wade Ensemble Award in Division II at the “Dance under the Stars Choreography Festival in Palm Desert, California” and was recently nominated for a Canadian Special Events – Star production award with MYX Group
In addition to her immense experience, Julie has had the opportunity to choreographing for the 55th Oilman’s show held in Banff, and recently stepping into a new role as Choreographer, Costume designer, Stage Management and Artistic direction with MYX Group in Canada and Germany
Now a member of the Adjudicator Alliance as well as, the International Dance Council, she hoping this will allow her to share her passion and love for dance to both dancers and audience members all over the Globe