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Teaching at Allegro since 2015
"Surround yourself with the dreamers and doers, the believers and thinkers, but most of all, surround yourself with those who see greatness within you, even when you don't see it yourself." -Edmund Lee
Christina Wladimirov has been a dance educator for the past twenty-five years. Her great love for kids paired with passion for dance - kicked off her teaching career at age sixteen.
She has taught at the International Dance Camp Festival in Stuttgart Germany, in
Ukraine’s best - Dance Center MYWAY, Atlantic Canada’s - Prince Edward Island -
Holland College School of Performing Arts, New Brunswick’s Danceability and
Rothesay Ballet School.
Since moving to Washington in 2014, she has taught at Westlake Dance Center, Ignite Dance and Yoga, Melanie’s Dance Unlimited, The Studios, Irene’s School of Dance, Artistry In Motion (Spokane), Glass House Dance and very proud to be on the incredible staff here at, Allegro Performing Arts Academy.
She has enjoyed being a part of judging panels within Canada and the USA, with
Dance Force USA, Limelight Dance Productions and Atlantic Collegiate Dance
Christina was born in the beautiful Canadian province, New Brunswick.
She attended the prestigious Oklahoma City University, where she received a BPA Degree in Dance Performance, from Ann Lacy School of American Dance and
Entertainment in 2005, and she has also been certified through Progressing Ballet Technique, PBT.
Some of her performance jobs include, Cirque Productions, Busch Gardens in
Williamsburg Virginia, Tokyo Japan Disney - with shows “Once Upon A Mouse,” and “One Man’s Dream II,” Holland America Cruise Line’s luxurious vessels, Stiletto Entertainment, “Weird Al” Yankovich, US World Champion of Magic - Jason Latimer, Village Theater - DISNEY’s production of MARY POPPINS, Seattle Opera's, “The Magic Flute,” and Mercedes-Benz, to name a few.
“I am beyond grateful for all of the inspiring dance educators who nurtured my soul in dance, from my dance icons & educators at the young age of 2.5 to those mentors I hold dear to my heart and cherish today at age 41. I am thankful to be shown the endless possibilities through hard work meeting opportunity - most thankful to be shown an art form that changes lives for the better.”
Her hunger for growth, knowledge, and connection is met each year at a conference/convention for teachers. Dance Teacher Web, Dance Teacher Summit, and recently DANCEMAKERS Nationals in Myrtle Beach.
“I will never stop being a student; whether training or teaching - this art form is constantly evolving, WE human beings are evolving. With dance in our lives we will achieve whatever we set our minds too, this art form gives us every tool to see things through.”
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