Katrina Soricelli

Director of Community Engagement

Katrina graduated from the University of South Florida with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Performance and Choreography in 2016. Through this program, she was able to attend a study abroad in Paris, France. At USF, she performed for faculty and guest artists Yaniv Abraham (Batsheva), Zhou Xing (China). Katrina received the World Scholarship, Michelle Vargas Scholarship and numerous talent grants for her work in Choreography. Her first full length show, Trash: Our Waste Syndrome, is a dance theatre initiative that explores our relationship with everyday items of convenience. During the pandemic she created and performed her second full work, a site specific show called The Unraveling, as Co-Artistic Director of Engram Dance Project. She has choreographed for Creative City Project, Artists for a Cause: Dance for Food and showcased work in New York and Vietnam. Katrina began Tree CoLab, a dance artist series for performing professionals at Harwood Watson Dance Studio. She has a 230hr Yoga Certification. Katrina is Lindy Hop trained and instructs improvisational classes to help blend concert and social dance communities together. This year she was a part of the Fringers of the Future Panel and Applause Awards Adjudicator for the Dr. Philips Center. She was a lead instructor for the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts as well as Orlando Ballet. In addition she was the Community Enrichment Administrative Coordinator at the Orlando Ballet School and has now excitedly transitioned to the Director of Community Engagement at Ballet Lubbock.


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