Dominique Stanfield, originally from Fort Washington, MD, began her performance dance training at the age of 10 at various local dance studios and churches in the Washington metropolitan area. At 14, Dominique was accepted into Suitland High School for Visual and Performing Arts where she majored in dance performance. It was there where she began her studies in various dance techniques such as “Balanchine” ballet, “Horton” modern, West African, jazz and contemporary. In 2009 she started training in the pre-professional program at The Washington School of Ballet in Washington DC. She later transferred her pre-professional studies to The Dance Theater of Harlem.
In 2011, Dominique was accepted into The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA as a performance dance major. Throughout her four years at the university, Dominique started teaching for Summer outreach programs at The Dance Institute of Washington. In the summer of 2014, Dominique completed a summer internship position at The Philadanco Dance Company in Philadelphia, PA. In March of 2015, the dean of the dance department (Donna Faye Burchfield) selected Dominique to perform and present her senior choreography to the ACDFA regional choreography workshop in Iowa. Today, Dominique Stanfield is a graduate of The University of the Arts, and proudly received her BFA degree May of 2015.
Since then, Dominique has taught at multiple workshops and studios in the northern east coast region. On September 7th 2016, Dominique organized, produced and choreographed her first dance production named “The Rebirth”. After relocating to Atlanta in January of 2017, Dominique has now taken her talents to the world famous Dance 411, where she feels mentally and physically prepared to expand her professional career in teaching young aspiring dancers.
- Youth Hip Hop (Beg)
- Youth Ballet (Beg)