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Ginger Cox’s multifaceted career as a teacher, choreographer and dancer has taken her all over the world. She is on faculty at Broadway Dance Center and Pace University, in New York City, and has taught for the Joffrey Contemporary Jazz Program, the Alvin Ailey Arts/Education Program, the University of the Arts, and the PULSE Teacher’s Workshops. Ginger earned her BFA in Dance, from Temple University and is committed to dance education. She was featured in Dance Train Magazine for her dynamic teaching style where it was described as both innovative and inspiring.
Ginger has taught Master Classes in Luxembourg, Paris, Switzerland, Germany, Mexico and Japan continually teaches for studios and conventions throughout the USA and abroad. Her performances on Saturday Night Live with Molly Shannon and Jimmy Falon, dancing at Radio City Music Hall with Lou Bega, and in many industrials gave her valuable insight to incorporate into her teaching.
Ginger has choreographed for NIKE SHOX, the NJ Nets Dancers, recording artist Lijie, Collaborative Movement Dance Company and was one of 10 chosen to present work in the Élan Awards, honoring Mr. Lar Lubavich. While living in Japan she choreographed for the Hanayashiki show and several Japanese industrials. She is the Artistic Director of LiNK! the movement dance company. Her choreography in LiNK was quoted as ‘Absorbing,’ and ‘inventive,’ with ‘Amusing Creativity’ by the Jazz Dance E-news. LiNK has performed with recording artist Bronwyn, in the NuDance Festival, WaxWorks, Choreographers Canvas, the 60X60-collaboration with musicians, DRA Remember Project, the Queens Fringe Festival, Suite Summer Festival and the Independent film Reflections, to name a few. LiNK has also self-produced and produced collaboration concerts with several dance companies.
Recently, Ginger created and performed in Stretch it! A fitness video produce by Leaders In Fitness. She’s worked as a certified personal trainer and has passion for anatomy and learning about the body and it’s possibilities. Currently, Ginger is pursuing her Masters Degree in Movement Science and Rehabilitation.
Ginger has contributed for articles in Dance Teacher Magazine, Dance Spirit and France’s JazzPulsions dance magazine.
Please visit Ginger's YouTube Channel to view class combinations.