Christina Conley began dancing at age three, focusing her training on jazz, tap, and modern. She holds a BA in modern dance from the George Washington University and is certified in yoga, Pilates mat, and Pilates apparatus. Christina has taught in the Triangle since 2006 and has performed with Killian Manning, Ava Vinesett, for the UNC-G graduate dance department, and recently at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC. She also practices massage therapy in Chapel Hill.
Bernadine Fields has trained in dance styles ranging from hip hop, ballet, pointe, jazz, West African, lyrical, and modern. She has been teaching and performing for over 12 years. She studied modern dance at NC School of the Arts in Winston-Salem and went on to receive her degree in Dance Education at UNC-G. Bernadine is currently the dance director and department chair for the performing arts at Southern School of Energy and Sustainability. As a performer, she has done work for Disney, TLC network, Fox, and 2 movies. Bernadine is the founder of NC Underground, which provides quality training and performance opportunities for dancers of all socioeconomic backgrounds.
Jeanie “Marisol” Ibañez
Killian Manning has been teaching dance to people of all ages since 1988. She first taught, performed, and choreographed in Boston, where she was a member of Susan Rose and DanceWorks, serving on the faculties at Radcliffe, DanceWorks and the Boston Conservatory. As Artistic Director of killianmanning/
Nicolette (Nicki) Miller
Anthony (AJ) Nelson, Jr.
Steven James Rodriguez Velez
Danielle Segretto has been teaching dance for more than 20 years. Trained primarily in classical ballet, she also holds a Bachelor’s degree in contemporary dance performance from Winthrop University. She has trained with many well-known artists, including Gelsey Kirkland and Cynthia Gregory, and has performed professionally in Seattle and NC. She has an early childhood education certificate with the State of NC and taught preschool for four years. Danielle is very excited to be working at Ninth Street Dance again!