Christine Friday, Temagami First Nation (Choreographer)

Christine began her professional career in 1992 at the age of 18 with the production of In Land of Spirits this led to a three year contract with Desrosiers Dance Theatre.  At 18 she won the ytv award for dance along with many grants, awards for artistic development of her own choreography and solo work.  She was trained in classical ballet at the National ballet school, Ottawa school of dance and the Royal Winnipeg ballet, in contemporary dance at Winnipeg Contemporary dancers and Main dance place in Vancouver.   Christine has maintained a dance career for 24 years while having a family of 3 boys. She has performed in 6 productions of the Aboriginal achievement awards since its inception and now with her 3rd choreographic role in the Indspire Award show. Christine has always been a choreographer creating solo work, youth performances, full- scale productions dedicated to our youth in our  first nation communities including, Bear Island, Lake Temagami, Attawapiskat, Moose Factory, Cape Croker, Yukon, Banff, Ottawa, Golden Lake, Peterborough, Toronto, Kehewin and Lac la Croix. My intention is to awaken people within themselves, creating a shift change in the world by reflecting reality and the human experience. “

2017 Indspire Awards
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March 24, 2017
8:30-10:30 p.m.

We will feature a new 2017 Indspire Awards Performer this week, and every week until SHOWTIME on March 24th in Ottawa.