DOMINIQUE DOBRANSKY is an American-Belgian dancer currently based in New York City. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from The Ailey School/Fordham University with a BFA in Dance and Creative Writing. Dominique apprenticed with Didy Veldman’s London-based company Humanoove, and performed in Mumbai, India for an international production by Nikos Lagousakos. She performs and collaborates with companies including Yoshito Sakuraba’s Abarukas, Lane Gifford’s LaneCoArts, and Kristen Klein’s Inclined Dance Project. She has also performed works by choreographers including Cayetano Soto, Ronald K. Brown, Alvin Ailey, Gregory Dolbashian, Earl Mosley, Adam Barruch, Levi Marsman, and Jacqulyn Buglisi. Dominique has furthered her training with the Jacob’s Pillow Contemporary Program, BODYTRAFFIC, Alexandra Damiani, GALLIM, The DASH Ensemble, and VIM VIGOR. Her choreography has been presented at the Ailey Citigroup Theater, where she received the Suzanna Cohen Legacy Foundation award for The Compass (You Are Here). Her writing has appeared in The Dance Enthusiast, (un)common sense, and CURA: A Literary Magazine of Art and Action. Dominique is certified to teach the Horton Technique and is a guest teacher/choreographer at several dance studios in New England. Dominique is a bilingual, dual citizen of the USA and Belgium, and is passionate about cultural exchange, writing, travel, interdisciplinary collaborations, teaching, and storytelling.