Postgraduate

Yasmine Lindskog

Yasmine is a performer, choreographer, and teacher. She gained extensive training in modern dance, ballet, and choreography at California State University, Long Beach; where she received her BFA in Dance. She also graduated with the University Honours Program where she engaged in extensive research on the relationship between dance improvisation, choreography, and emergence theory.

Yasmine has attended the San Francisco Conservatory of Dance, Sidra Bell Dance New York Winter module, and BODYTRAFFIC’s Summer program. Throughout her training she has performed works by Shannon Gillen, Sidra Bell, Alex Ketley, Robert Moses, Ohad Naharin, Adam Barruch, Rebecca Lemme, Rebecca Bryant, and Andrew Vaca. She performed Rebecca Bryant’s ASKQUESTIONSLATER at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. Additionally, Yasmine was a mentor for the Young Choreographer’s Project in Los Angeles. Her choreography has been presented throughout Southern California in Long Beach, Los Angeles, Temecula, and San Diego. She recently presented her own choreography at American College Dance Association, Front & Main Festival, and Highways Performance Space.