PHOTO CREDIT: GORMAN COOK
Lindsey Leduc (Southbridge, MA) began training with Terri Gordon in Sturbridge, MA. At 13, she became a Trustee Scholar at Wilbraham Monson Academy for her dance ability, exposing her to knowledge and cultural diversity that shaped and inspired her. She graduated cum laude from Hofstra University with a B.A. in Dance and Community Health. While in New York, Lindsey performed in many projects including Robin Becker Dance, her choreography was showcased in the 2003 ACDF gala, and she earned her Actors Equity performing off-Broadway under tony award winner Hinton Battle. Lindsey came to Chicago on Scholarship to Giordano Dance School, was promoted to Giordano II and is in her seventh year with Giordano Dance Chicago. She has performed works and taught master classes nationally and internationally by Mia Michaels, Ron De Jesus, Gus Giordano, Randy Duncan, Christopher Huggins, Davis Robertson, Rennie Harris and more, in Germany, Austria, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Latvia, Guatemala, Turkey and Hawaii. Her work has been featured in Dance Chicago several times. She has works in the repertoire of Inaside Chicago Dance, Chicago Dance Crash, and her own Giordano Dance Chicago. She teaches and choreographs throughout Chicagoland and nationally for Youth Companies and Orchesis groups. Lindsey teaches Dance for the Science and Health program in underserved Chicago Public Schools, is part of Master Faculty for Jazz Dance World Congress, and on Faculty at Foster Dance Studios and The Joffrey Academy of Dance. Lindsey was honored to be published in Dance Magazine’s “Why I Dance” in the January 2013 issue, and appeared on the cover in March 2013. She is excited to be working with AMBITION to spread the education, joy and power of dance.