Emma Bradley grew up and trained in the DC area where she fell in love with dance and the power that movement has to transform lives – as it has hers, and for which she is truly grateful. Currently an Apprentice with Conteur Dance Company in Toronto, Canada under the direction of Eryn Waltman, she has had the privilege of teaching and choreographing throughout the United States, Australia and Canada including NRG Australia’s 5 city tour of Brisbane, Adelaide, Sydney, Perth and Melbourne. She has also taught master classes at OIP Dance Center in Toronto.
During her time in the competition circuit, she was highly recognized and awarded scholarships throughout the United States and Europe. In 2012, Dance Spirit Magazine named her one of the top 15 competition dancers to watch. She was featured in the NRG/MSA Youtube Project and quickly became the youngest NRG faculty member ever. Her training includes American Ballet Theater, The Kirov Academy of Ballet, Exploring Ballet with Suzanne Farrell, and Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet 360.
Performance experience/work includes Capezio 125th Anniversary Gala at City Center in NYC, Dizzy Feet Foundation Gala at Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles; Bright Lights Shining Stars Gala at Skirball Center in NYC, choreographed by Andy Pellick; and Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet 360 Installation 2013, directed by Alexandra Damiani.