Kristin Brown

has danced professionally from 1989 – 1996 with ballet companies in Pennsylvania, Florida, New York, North Carolina, and Texas. She has had the pleasure of working with choreographers Yanis Pikeris, Russell Sultzbach, Andre Prokovsky, Christopher Fleming, Dominique Gabella, and performing “Mobile” by the late Tomm Ruud. Ms. Brown received her early training with Donna Muzio, Richard Hoskinson, and Cherie Noble at the Dance Center and Brandywine Ballet in West Chester, PA. She also attended summer programs at Richmond Ballet, Washington Ballet, and the Pennsylvania Governor’s School for the Arts, as a scholarship student, studying with Lupe Serrano, Leslie Peck, and Jerry Schwender. Ms. Brown began teaching in 1993 while still performing professionally. She has choreographed for Wilmington Ballet, Longwood Dance Theatre, Brandywine Ballet, and The Rock School for Dance Education. Ms. Brown was a faculty member at the Brandywine Ballet for eight years, as well as a rehearsal assistant for the company. From 2007-2019 Ms. Brown was a fulltime principal faculty member, ballet program coordinator, and ballet mistress for the Rock School for Dance Education. Many of her students have gone on to professional careers and have been accepted into elite college programs at Julliard and USC Kaufman School of Dance. Most recently Kristin served as Associate Artistic Director at the Wilmington Ballet in Delaware. In addition to dance, Ms. Brown is a certified Pilates instructor, earned a degree in Sports Medicine and was a nationally certified Athletic Trainer. She incorporates kinesiology and biomechanics in her teaching methods along with an emphasis on understanding anatomical alignment and injury prevention. Ms. Brown has also been on the faculty of Eastern University, The University of the Arts, and is an instructor in the Dance for Parkinson’s Disease program