Ginger Cox's diverse background as teacher and choreographer has taken her all over the world. She is on the faculty at Pace University, the Joffrey Ballet Contemporary Jazz Program, and the Pulse Teacher’s Workshop.
Featured in Dance Train Magazine for her contributions to dance education and inspiring, dynamic teaching style, Ginger has taught Master Classes throughout Europe, Mexico and Japan, Dance Encore festival in Quebec, the Earl Mosely Summer Institute, the Alvin Ailey Arts/Education Program and many dance conventions. She received her Masters Degree in Kinesiology from ATSU, and holds a BFA in Dance, from Temple University.
The Jazz Dance E-news quoted, “The greatest exploration of the choreographic voice within jazz dance was seen in the work of Ginger Cox,” and described her versatile choreography as ‘absorbing and inventive, with amusing Creativity.’
Ginger was one of 10 chosen to present work in the Élan Awards, honoring Mr. Lar Lubavich, and has choreographed for Nike, the NJ Nets Dancers, recording artist Lijie, Dancing Wheels, Collaborative Movement Dance Company, the Hanayashiki Show in Japan, the Independent film Reflection, and several industrials. As the Artistic Director of LiNK! dance company, Ginger has presented work in Dancers Responding to Aids Remember Project, WaxWorks, the 60X60 musician collaboration, the Queens Fringe Festival, Pushing Progress and in the NuDance Festival, where the NY Times quoted “the selection of choreographers was unusually good.” In addition to dance, Ginger choreographs for a female bodybuilder and fitness enthusiasts.
Together, Ginger and Derek Mitchell created the Choreographer’s Workshop; and she designed the fitness video, Stretch it!, as well as her own Dance Warm Up by LiNK. She is on the Advisory Board for the Young Choreographers Dance Festival, and has contributed for articles in Dance Teacher Magazine, Dance Spirit, and Jazz Pulsions.
Some of Ginger’s many performance highlights include Saturday Night Live with Molly Shannon and Jimmy Falon, Radio City Music Hall, Lou Bega, industrials, and dance concerts.