Maresa D'Amore Morrison

Vinyl Vaudeville; Ronald K. Brown/EVIDENCE, A Dance Company

Maresa D'Amore-Morrison, a Boston, MA native, began her dance career with Boston Liturgical Dance Ensemble in 1994. After training at Boston Ballet and Jeannette Neill Dance Studio, she moved to NYC to earn her BFA in Dance and Anthropology from the Ailey/Fordham BFA Program. She joined The Ailey School faculty in 2008, and has since worked with many notable choreographers and companies including Adira Amram and The Experience, Black Grace Dance Company (Auckland, New Zealand), Ronald K. Brown/Evidence, A Dance Company, Urban Bush Women, and most recently Kristin Sudeikis Dance. She is currently touring with Vinyl Vaudeville, a collaborative performance created by DJ Kid Koala and Adira Amram and The Experience.