Dana Bondy

Professor, Jazz

Dana has 10 years of experience instructing various styles of dance and is currently teaching hip hop and jazz for the Performing Arts Programs at George Brown College. Dana trained and performed with dance companies “Thrive” and the “Honeykats”. She has also received international recognition performing in Europe, Japan and Dubai. Further credits include: Women of Tango (Stratford Summer Works), I’m A Soulman (Da Blooze Bros), The Spiegel Show (LuminaTO/Harbourfront), Hank and Mike (Darius Films), Stardust Follies Musical Review (Diamond Entertainment), Vegas Live, Fashion Cares, Moulin Rouge, and West Side Story (PWA Foundation), as well as numerous Toronto industrials. Dana continues training and performing with ‘Creative Habitat’ (a contemporary dance company for social change), working closely with Toronto Sick Kids Hospital. She is also a featured performer and dance captain for the very successful Toronto Cabaret Troupe, ‘Les Coquettes’.

Academic Credentials

Certificate, Dance, George Brown College, 2001

Areas Of Specialization

Jazz Dance, Creation & Choreography

Areas Of Expertise

Jazz Dance, Coaching, Leadership, Creativity, Creation

Career Highlights

2014: Jazz Instructor for Brant Lake Dance Camp, NY

2011: Performer – Oil Baron’s Charity Ball, Dubai

2007: Performer – Huistenbosch Resort, Japan

Other Activities

Specialty classes and workshops – York University Dance TeamGuest Instructor – Seneca CollegeFaculty Choreographer for George Brown Dance Showcase – Unleashed