Brittany Hunter, an innovative contemporary dance artist, has choreographed and performed in award-winning pieces for the past twelve years. She graduated from Texas State University (TXST) with a BFA in Dance and a Secondary Teaching Certification. While attending TXST, Brittany served as a member of the TXST Strutters (2007-2011) and was named the first African American Captain for this collegiate dance team. With the TXST Strutters, she performed in New York City, Santiago, Chile, and Spain. Most recently, Brittany studied at Texas Woman’s University where she received her MFA in Dance degree.
As an educator, Brittany has taught various workshops and intensives in the Houston, San Antonio, Austin, and the DFW Metroplex. Her specialties include Modern, Jazz, Contemporary, and Hip-Hop. Currently, she is a dance instructor/ director at Moises E. Molina High School and Adjunct Professor at Mountain View College. Brittany continues to expand upon her practices as an artist, educator, and performer.
Brittany captivates audiences with her fierce presence and complex use of rhythmic patterns. Twice, she performed at the South Central Conference of the American College Dance Association in Texas, the 254 Festival in Waco, Texas, and the Dance X Festival in Belize. She now performs with two professional companies in the DFW Metroplex: Bandan Koro and LyveArts International. The first is under the direction of internationally renowned drummer, Tony Browne. The later is directed by former Dallas Black Dance Theatre member Jamie Thompson.