Sabrina is an accomplished performer who has gained intensive training from a variety of well-respected choreographers from all around the world. She has had the honor to have danced professionally with Princess Cruises. For the past five years, she performed as a feature dancer in the revue casts on board and traveled to places such as China, Japan, South Korea, Vietnam, Singapore, Thailand, New Zealand, Australia, Western and Southern Caribbean, Alaska, all across the Baltic’s and the Mediterranean.
One of Sabrina’s most memorable opportunities was being chosen to represent Canada as one of the nine dancers in the closing ceremonies at the Winter Olympic Games in Torino, Italy where she performed with Canada’s pop star Avril Lavigne and 25 members of Cirque Du Soleil. Since then she has been part of many Olympic events which include, The 2010 Olympic Mascot Reveal and The Paralympic Opening Ceremonies Games and The 2010 Winter Olympic Opening Ceremonies under the direction of Kelly Kono, She has done extensive work with VANOC and Patrick Roberge Productions (PRP Inc) over the past ten years. She has performed in various Pacific National Exhibition shows including “Zydeco Jam”, “Bring on the Night”, “City Rhythm”, “Pop City”, “Kaboom” “Princess Jubilation” and “Rolling Thunder” choreographed by Jocelyn Peden. Upon graduation, Sabrina danced in The Source Company with Joanne Pesusich for two years.
Currently Sabrina is part of “Dance in School” which is a fun and exciting one week program at a variety of elementary schools across the lower mainland. It is designed to introduce Kindergarten to Grade 7 students to new and popular forms of dance including Jazz, Hip Hop and Musical Theatre. This program is under the direction of Joanne Fetchko.
Sabrina is grateful for all the amazing experiences she has had thus far and hopes to teach and train her students to be able to get these experiences. She is passionate about building strong technique in her dancers and is looking forward to sharing her love of dance with her students.
“Let’s do what we love and do a lot of it.” – Marc Jacobs