Emily began her dance career at the age of four and started competitively dancing at the age of six at Jacqueline’s School of Dance located in the GTA. There, she trained and competed in the styles of jazz, tap, ballet, hip hop, musical theatre, lyrical, and contemporary.

She has been certified in the British Association of Teacher’s of Dancing (BATD) as an associate member in ballet and grade five in jazz and tap. Emily was selected one time to attend the National Trixie Hardy Scholarships in Toronto.

Emily completed her Bachelor of Music with an Honours Specialization in Education and a Minor in Dance this past May at Western University. Her time at Western in dance started out in first year as a member of the newly organized dance club called King’s Dance Company. She was promoted to captain in her second year where she choreographed the hip hop routine and collaborated on the lyrical routine. She also continued with her dance training through the classes offered in the dance minor program where she had many opportunities to choreograph and grow her dance training and skills. In her final year she was the first ever dance representative on the Faculty of Music Student Council (FoMSC).

She is starting her journey at Lakehead University in the Teacher’s College program with the area of focus being the Intermediate/Senior stream and the teachable of Music and General Social Science.

Emily assisted and taught her own dance classes back at her previous studio and is excited to be joining the Dance Dynamics Studio team this fall in 2021. She is thankful for the opportunity and can’t wait to start the new season.

sharing knowledge through 4 generations