Julianna Bulgarelli is a dancer, choreographer and educator based in Los Angeles. She holds a BFA in Dance and Spanish from The Ailey School/Fordham University, where she was privileged to have worked with Germaul Barnes, Matthew Rushing, Nicholas Villanueve and Alenka Cizmesija. Julianna has performed and presented her own work as part of Dance Resource Center’s Terra Nova Residency program, Keshet Center for the Art’s MSE Residency Program and has been a guest teacher at Academia Sabik in Cartago, Costa Rica and South Pasadena High School. Currently, she is a company member of JazzAntiqua Dance & Music Ensemble, under the direction of Pat Taylor. She is also on faculty at The Colburn School’s Trudl Zipper Dance Institute and the resident dance teacher at Hope Street Family Center. Julianna’s passion for music and dance stem from her deep appreciation of rhythm, especially in the context of Afro-Caribbean, jazz and flamenco genres. Her goal is to continue to share with future generations the power of building cross-cultural connections through the arts.