MorganMorgan Bussonnais was born in Upstate, NY and began studying dance at age 3. Right away her love for dance and performing could not be ignored. With her local studio, Dancenter, she attended many competitions and dance workshops, in Boston, Niagara Falls, and NYC hosted by New York City Dance Alliance and Broadway Dance Center, earning her various awards including a Showmanship Award.  Because of her talents Morgan was given the opportunity to teach tap, hip hop, and jumps, and also to choreograph the competition piece Can’t Hold Us Down, which won several Gold Medal Awards for Dancenter’s Senior Company.  Continuing her education Morgan earned an Honors dual degree in Dance/Psychology at Hofstra University where she had the opportunity to work with Martha Clarke, Chris Elam, Nancy Allison; in the Jean Erdman Dance Notation Project, Stormy Brandenberger and Judith Moss.  An unforgettable experience for Morgan was being a member of the Hofstra University Dance Team competing at Nationals ranking them 3rd in the Nation her freshman year.  Since graduating last May, Morgan has been busy with the piece, Surge, choreographed by Judith Moss, performing at the 80th Anniversary Dance Celebration at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and at the American Dance Guild Performance Festival 2007. She will be assisting teaching, Surge, in March 2008 at a Performing Arts Program in Virginia.  Her talents have also shined in of Sand and Sea, an evening length piece performed at The New Dance Group, and in an Advent piece performed at the Middle Collegiate Church, both choreographed by Theresa Duhon of Duhon Dance. Morgan has studied a wide range of dance styles throughout her life focusing on jazz, ballet, and modern.  Hip hop, lyrical, tap, musical theater, pointe, Latin and even belly dancing have also been included in Morgan's studies. Quoted as dance being her "peace" and always wanting to keep on top of her game, Morgan continues to study various styles of dance at Broadway Dance Center in NYC. Morgan is very excited to be joining G-volution and would like to thank Graziella for the opportunity!

Read The G-Blog



For Email Marketing you can trust