Sharing her love for art through movement, Emily Greenwell performs a contemporary piece to Comrade by Volcano Choir at Peridance Capezio Center in New York City!

About Emily Greenwell

Emily Greenwell was raised in Michigan and in 2009 moved to New York City. She completed The Professional Semester at BROADWAY DANCE CENTER, and has most recently continued her training studying with Erica Sobol in “The Gypsy Project: LA”. Upon moving to New York, Emily booked a tour with Oz the Musical, directed by American Idol finalist, Todrick Hall. Emily can be seen as a featured dancer on the Wendy Williams Season 5 TV Promo, choreographed by Luam and Derek Mitchell. Other credits include dancing for rock group Phish choreographed by Jon Rua at the Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, and traveling to Argentina to perform the works of Derek Mitchell.

Emily teaches at Broadway Dance Center in both open classes, and the children & teen programs. She taught workshops and Master classes as a guest teacher in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and continues teaching and setting choreography on various studios throughout the United States. Emily has gained a great deal of knowledge about the industry through her work as assistant choreographer to Derek Mitchell, with projects including So You Think You Can Dance Ukraine, “The Brooklynettes”, music videos for artists, Carrie Underwood, Sylvia Tonsun and Irina Jade, and most recently, as assistant to choreographers Jon Rua and Derek Mitchell in Broadway Bares: United Strips of America, directed by Nick Kenkel. Emily has also assisted Derek Mitchell with Industrials for the NBA playoffs, Sears, Clarins, Fonseca, and NYC Color, to name a few. This past summer, Emily was selected as “The Featured Choreographer” for The Pulse on tour in New York City.

Through assisting and performing, Emily has found her creative voice, developing a method of teaching and a genuine passion for choreography. She is a firm believer that dance should be a release from reality as well as a challenge of the mind and body. Emily is so grateful to be living her dream in the Big City and sharing her love for art through movement.