Corps de Ballet
San Diego, California
Joined Boston Ballet in 2009
Corina Gill began her dance training in San Diego, California, with Sylvia Palmer and Ahita Ardalan. She completed her studies under scholarship with David Allan at the University of California, Irvine where she graduated with a BA in Dance. Gill went on to perform as a company dancer with Eliot Feld's Ballet Tech, San Diego Ballet, Ballet Pacifica, State Street Ballet and Molly Lynch's National Choreographer's Initiative.
In 2006 Gill became an inaugural member of the Los Angeles Ballet where she danced the principal roles in George Balanchine's Agon, Concerto Barocco, Who Cares?, Allegro Brillante, Rubies, Stravinsky Violin Concerto, The Four Temperaments, Apollo, and Tarantella, as well as in August Bournonville's Napoli, and La Sylphide, and Thordal Christensen's The Nutcracker. During this time she was featured in both the Los Angeles Times and Dance Magazine's 2007 issue of "On the Rise" by Victoria Looseleaf. She also appeared on the hit TV shows House and The Cleaner and performed in two different productions of Oklahoma! as Dream Laurey.
Since joining Boston Ballet in 2009, Gill has performed principal roles in Jorma Elo's Sharper Side of Dark, Bach Cello Suites, and Elo Experience; Viktor Plotnikov's Rhyme; Jerome Robbins' Antique Epigraphs; and William Forsythe's The Second Detail. Her soloist roles include La Bayadère (Manu); The Sleeping Beauty (Spring Fairy, Puss in Boots, Pas de Trois); George Balanchine's Coppélia (Spinner) and Symphony in Three Movements; and Mikko Nissinen's Swan Lake and The Nutcracker. In July 2012, she was featured in Pointe Magazine's "Dancer Spotlight" by Ashley Rivers.
Most recently, Gill completed her Master's Certificate in Nonprofit Management under Boston Ballet's partnership with Northeastern University.