Kristina Bermudez

dancer, choreographer, and project manager in Manhattan, New York


Kristina Bermudez graduated from the Boston Conservatory at Berklee School of Music in 2014 with her BFA in Contemporary Performance, Cum Laude, as a Jan Veen Scholar. Kristina was a partial scholarship student at Walnut Hills School for the Arts in Natick, MA during her highschool years studying ballet.

Although Kristina had a technical diverse dance education, in college she focused on studying the avant Garde and collaboration, a lot of the times also known as post modern dance. Creating and exploring the subtle difference between direction and storytelling versus momentum and pure movement sensation.

In school, she had the pleasure of doing works by Twyla Tharp, Danny Burazeski, Francesca Harper, Lorriane Chapman, Michael Figueroa, Robin Aren, and Dwight Rhoden.

Outside of school, Kristina performed with Zoe | Juniper at the ICA in Boston, MA. Kristina danced and modeled at the ICA for Boston's fashion week. She performed at the Boston Conservatory alumni show at Green Street studios. She has also performed at Reynolds Industries Theater in Durham, NC for Jodi Melnick's world premiere of "The Darling Divide". New York with Robin Aren/TRAC, Harvard Dance Center and MFA in Boston with Robin Aren/TRAC, Pushing Progress Contemporary Dance, Philadelphia Opera House, SoloWorKs by Kristina. She also has professional singing experience and a wide range of styles. Kristina models, dances, and choreographs for music videos, independent films, live performances, collaborative projects, etc.


Kristina has the ability to empathize with an artist's vision and create accurate visions and interesting products. With her diverse dance background she can easily pull more ideas out of her toolbox to aid truly getting to the essence of the idea and feeling.


She has 3+ years experience working with non-profit dance organizations, project management, studio management, hospitality, and in-kind donations.

  • Work
    • Lauren Beirne Dance Works
  • Education
    • Boston Conservatory