Angelina Cramer, from Baltimore, MD, is a college graduate from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro with a BA in Dance Education. She began her training at Mid Atlantic Center for the Performing Arts and Centre Pointe Performing Arts formerly known as Dance Moves Studio of Dance. She has studied styles of Jazz, Tap, Ballet, Contemporary, Modern, Hip-Hop, Musical Theatre, African, Laban, and many more. Angelina has studied with such artists as Brandon Russel, Deborah Engerman, Maleek Washington, Teresa Heidland, Mollee Gray, Noelle Marsh, and her mentor who taught her how to be a teacher Tarayjah Hoey-Gordon. Angelina danced with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra as one of the tap dancing Santas, she has numerous classes with a variety of artists from Jump, Nuvo, ASH, Velocity, and Broadway Dance Center. She has also performed various roles in the Nutcracker. Angelina has choreographed many different works and had leading roles in them at her college. These works showed her true passion and love for creativity.
Angelina has found her passion for dance starting at a very young age and continues to grow in her mind and body within her knowledge of dance. She has always wanted to be an educator in dance to help shape young minds into a world full of endless possibilities. Angelina will share her knowledge of dance within the classroom as she becomes a first-year Kindergarten teacher.