Sarah Hallman began her early training at the age of seven with Morée School of Dance and then moved to C.O.R.E. Dance Project to receive formal training in the forms of RAD ballet, pointe, contemporary, and jazz. Through her years for competitive dance, intensives, and workshops she has received numerous overalls, special awards, and scholarships including the Music Vocal and Bernice Adams Memorial Scholarship for excelling in the Arts.
Sarah then moved to Toronto and completed her studies with honours in George Brown College’s Dance Performance program. Upon graduation was awarded the Ballet Award for the capability to have high success in achieving a career as a professional classical dancer. Furthermore, she completed an additional year of training at the Hamilton Academy of Performing Arts in the Professional Development Program to continue to diversify her styles including the Vaganova ballet method, modern, and flamenco.
Through her various performance experiences, she has worked with numerous artists and choreographers including Nicola Pantin, Susie Burpee, Michael Shannon, and Charles Moulton. Some of her favourite productions she has danced in are Fall for Dance North Festival (2017), Canada’s Ballet Jorgen’s Anastasia (2018), Dance Ontario (2018) and Opera BelCanto of York’s Carmen.
Currently, Sarah is attending her first year at York University for a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology. She is thrilled to be rejoining CORE Dance project and share her passion for dance this season!