Miranda Cox is currently working with two LA-based dance companies, Contemporary Arté in Movement and Temria Dance Haus. She began her career performing with Eden Espinosa and David Burnham, and recently returned from dancing on an international tour with Marlene Hall and South Coast Youth Symphony Orchestra in Germany and in the Czech Republic. Miranda was the recipient of numerous prestigious scholarships and training opportunities in classical ballet, including The Joffrey Ballet’s Professional Training Program and exchange program with the Bolshoi Ballet, and The San Francisco Conservatory of Dance under the direction of Summer Lee Rhatigan. She has performed numerous classical pieces including Alexander Glazunov’s Autumn, with the Orpheus Guitar Ensemble, and was a soloist as the Sugarplum Fairy in Disney’s very first stage performance of “The Storybook Nutcracker” in 2016. Miranda has trained extensively in the Hall Method with Marlene Hall, and is a graduate of California State University with a BA in Dance.