Valeria Nunziato grew up immersed in the world of dance, enrolling in her first ballet class at the age of four. While attending several dance studios in the GTA, Valeria was trained in an array of styles including jazz, tap, contemporary, and pointe. Valeria continued to educate herself in dance in post-secondary school, and in June of 2016, Valeria graduated from York University’s Dance Studies program with a BA Honours degree and an English minor. With an aspiration to become a dance writer, Valeria is currently working as an intern at The Dance Current, and looks forward to sharing her passion for the art of dance through her writing.
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For anyone in search of some extra holiday spirit this season, The National Ballet of Canada’s rendition of The Nutcracker certainly does not fall short.Posted December 17, 2016
For high-performance elite dancers and athletes alike, the transition from being at the peak of their careers into the next chapter of their lives can approach quickly and, sometimes, by surprise. The 2016 LEAP conference focused on bringing the two communities together to further educate everyone involved about the issues experienced around transitions.Posted November 24, 2016