Nuala DeGeorges’ dance career encompasses a wide variety of techniques including Jazz, Contemporary and Tap as well as competitive Latin Ballroom. Nuala holds a B.A. in Theater-Dance from C.U.N.Y. Queens College. Her proximity to New York City during college allowed her to regularly perform and work with artists from major companies such as Martha Graham Dance Company, American Tap Dance Foundation, Limon Dance Company, Manhattan Tap and Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.
Her well-rounded education developed her eclectic teaching-style which led Nuala to be recruited from the US to Canada to implement dance programs for Canadas’ leading dance institutions such as Ballet Classique, The GOH Ballet, Pacific Dance Arts and Harbour Dance Centre.
In her classes, Nuala allows dancers to develop their individual voice through a variety of techniques, experimentation and improvisation.
Nuala Co-directs ProjectMOVE, an Arts-in Education Program that is dedicated to fostering the art of dance, theatre, and costume set design through residency programs in public and private school curricula.
In addition, Nuala hold a A.S. in Interior Design from The New York School of Interior Design. Her company, Keepsake Stitches is a textile art company recycles dance costumes into quilts, wall hangings and pillows celebrating a performer’s artistic journey.