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Chloe London

Teaching Fellow in Dance


Chloe London is a dance choreographer, improviser and performer born and raised in New York City. In her work, she explores the connections between performance, visual art and the unique narrative of the individual dancer.

As a freelance performer, London has danced for Stefanie Nelson, Martha Tornay, Tammy Sugden-Carrasco, John Zullo, Elizabeth Furman, Lexie Thrash, Madeline Kurtz and Justin Bass. She has also performed in multiple Merce Cunningham works for The Cunningham Trust.

In 2018, London created her project-based company, Chloe London Dance. Her work has been presented by East Village Dance Project/La MaMa Theatre, Split Bill Series at Triskelion Arts, Dixon Place, WestFest, Composers Concordance and Battery Park Dance Festival. She was a 2019–20 Triskelion Presents Artist and created an evening length show for their Muriel Schulman Theatre.

London holds a bachelor’s degree in dance and an Honors College degree from SUNY Brockport. She was a 2020 guest artist at Lindenwood University and for the past three years has been a mentor for the Young Dancers Workshop at Bates Dance Festival.


B.F.A., SUNY Brockport