Emma Lippitt is a freelance dance performer and facilitator. After graduating from Liverpool John Moores University studying Dance Practices in 2019, Emma has worked in a range of jobs over the North West. These range from teaching children with additional needs to teaching at dance companies as well as performing at large events to dancing in music videos.
Emma has worked with dancers ranging from age 5 to 75 and is very passionate about how dance can benefit everyone mentally and physically. The connection of dance and health in the community is a real passion. Emma volunteered at Dance for Parkinson’s at MDI throughout university which was the gateway into seeing how dance can benefit everyone. Performing has been an amazing part of freelancing from performing at carnivals and concerts to conferences and museums. Emma has also choreographed for events raising funds for charity.
“I’m really happy to be a part of MDI Talent Hub to connect with other artists and learn from them. I hope to continue to expand and develop my knowledge, try new styles, bring communities together and take part in every experience I can.”