Gabrielle Zucker is a professional dancer, choreographer, and teacher.
She has performed with Alonzo King's LINES Ballet, San Francisco Opera, and Baltimore Opera, and created principal and soloist roles for Santa Fe Opera, Arizona Opera, San Diego Opera, Florida Grand Opera, and Virginia Opera.
Her television and on-camera credits include CBS Television, NBC, and MTV. Additionally, Ms. Zucker can be seen in ads for Hewlett-Packard, Intel, and Benefit Cosmetics.
Ms. Zucker’s choreography has been performed by Arizona Opera, the Merola Opera Program at the San Francisco Opera Center, Florida Grand Opera, and in music videos for Atlantic Records and Rough Trade Records.
Trained in classical ballet, Ms. Zucker studied with American Ballet Theater (NYC), David Howard, the Joffrey Ballet, San Francisco Ballet, and National Ballet of Canada. She graduated with honors from The New School University in conjunction with the Joffrey Ballet, and holds a BFA in Dance. She has received further recognition as a Maryland Distinguished Scholar, and was selected and sponsored by the Princess Grace Foundation to dance at the Monaco Dance Forum.
Most recently, Ms. Zucker performed the principal role of "Anna II" in Kurt Weill's "Seven Deadly Sins" with Virginia Opera. This fall, Ms. Zucker is delighted to make her European debut as choreographer for Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Evita” at Mainfranken Theater Würzburg.
Ms. Zucker is based in the Bay Area. She teaches at ODC Dance Commons, San Francisco Opera, and the Metropolitan Opera. When not in the studio or onstage, she can be found geeking out over Harry Potter, or watching dogs play fetch in the park.