Instructor of Dance, Interlochen Arts Camp
Dance Educator, North Carolina Public School System
MFA in Dance Choreography; K-12 Dance Education Licensure; BFA in Modern Dance, Temple University
Danielle Kinne, originally from California, attended Interlochen Arts Academy (Interlochen, MI) with scholarship, for four years before receiving her BFA in Dance Performance at Temple University (Philadelphia, PA) and her MFA in Choreography with K-12 licensure in Dance Education from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. While living in Philadelphia, she danced for independent choreographers/artists such as Merian Soto, Marianela Boan (BoanDanzAction), Megan Durham-Wall, Megan Mazarick and Abigail Zbikowski, and was a company member of the Leah Stein Dance Company for seven years. She has choreographed and performed as part of Philly Fringe Festival, the Philadelphia Live Arts Festival, Bates Dance Festival, Lincoln Center's Outdoor performances, Winston- Salem’s Ruby Slipper Fringe Festival Performance Series and the North Carolina Dance Festival. Danielle currently teaches, choreographs, collaborates and performs at Interlochen Arts Camp during her summers, works as an independent choreographer, teaches in the North Carolina public school system, Dance Project in Greensboro, NC and is adjunct faculty at UNCG.