Christine Livie


Christine Livie has had extensive dance, performance, and instructional experience in the fine arts of Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Modern, Hip-Hop, Lyrical and Musical Theatre. Her education started with over 16 years of dance instruction from Susan Winter’s School of Dance in Ballet, Tap, Jazz and Pointe before receiving her degree in Dance from Dean College, Franklin, MA. During her time at Dean, Christine was a member of the Tap and Modern Dance Companies and was privileged to have received the Carrie Grant Chilson award for dance excellence. She was invited, and attended, the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre’s Summer Intensive Program in New York City. During that time she also trained at Broadway Dance Center.

Christine Livie had the honor and pleasure of dancing under the instruction of Donald McKayle at the Boston Summer Dance Festival, which included a performance at Boston City Hall Plaza. Christine also performed at a half-time show alongside Cirque du Soleil, at a New England Revolution game held at Gillette Stadium. Christine continues to educate herself by attending workshops such as Northeast Workshop for Dancers and Dance Masters Of America in Buffalo, NY. Of all the accomplishments in Christine’s dance career, her greatest achievement is watching her students perform with distinction at their Annual Spring Performances, Dance Competitions and Showcases.

Christine also takes great pride in her students’ involvement, in past and present events, for the Wolfeboro Community such as the Festival of Trees, 4th of July parade, Summer Solstice, Taste Sights and Sounds, and the Scarecrow Festival. Under her direction her students have also performed at a New Hampshire Fishercats game as well as a Manchester Monarchs Game. Most recently her students were hired by for a private event in Freedom NH.