Corrie Rolf Dunn
CORRIE ROLF DUNN, teacher/choreographer, grew up under the tutelage of Teresa and John Hallahan, and is now in partnership with Teresa. She has a back- ground in Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Lyrical, Musical Theater, Hip Hop and Gymnastics. She studied with many professional dance organizations, i.e. Tremaine, Steps,
Broadway Dance Center, Dupree, Edge. Voice training was directed by Mary Ann Wells, and theater training was with Creative Acting Company, both out of New York. She is certified in Tap, Jazz, Ballet, Anatomy, and Music.
Corrie appeared in several commercials, print and industrials. She appeared in several theater productions. She performed in ballets including Don Quixote, Paquita, Nutcracker with the Pacific Northwest Ballet Company, and was a chosen performer for Fantasia in Disneyland. She appeared in the MTV videos
“So Hot”, and “China Fever”. She worked with the Special Olympics, the MN North Stars Dance Team, the Marcus Knight 1992 Tour, Super Bowl XXVlll half-time with Gloria Estefan, and has performed and choreographed at Olympic venues in Atlanta 1996, Australia 2000, Tanszommer in Austria 2006. She
worked with Razzle Dazzle Productions in Minneapolis, and Premier Productions in New York City. She choreographed for a Johnathan Taylor Thomas movie, and the Audrey Hepburn Children’s Benefit in NYC.
Corrie’s teaching background includes teaching in Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, Canada, Florida, and continues to teach Master Classes around the country. Her credentials and expertise have put her in demand as a judge and teacher for many organizations. Her choreography and students have won many awards from coast to coast, going on to dance in NYC, LA, The Latin Music awards, Sweden, TV commercials, movies, theatre and ballet companies as well as teaching careers. As a teacher she toured with Dance Olympus teaches master classes across the country. Corrie has so much love and compassion for her students, it brings her so much joy to give back to her students what God has blessed her with in her life.