graduated from the School of Toronto Dance Theatre in 2003 where she performed in the works of Christopher House, Julia Sasso, Danny Grossman, Sharon Moore and Michael Trent.
She went on to complete the MainDance Bridging Program where she had the opportunity to work with Karen Jamieson, Linda Rabin, Martha Carter, Shauna Elton, Santa Aloi and Mortal Coil.
Julia performed and choreographed a new solo work entitled Vexed at Dances for a Small Stage 21 (2009), produced by MoveEnt.
Julia performed and choreographed a new solo work entitled Arrivals/Departures at Twelve Minutes Max. In the same show, she also performed Dynamic Animals’ Different Shades of Darkness.
Julia performed and choreographed 'Nine lb Squirrel' with Christine Szarko in
Dances for a Small Stage 17 (2007), produced by MovEnt.
She apprenticed and participated in the creation of the new solo “Genuine Risk” with Day Helesic (MovEnt.)
Julia premiered a new solo choreographed by Desirée Dunbar at the 2007 Vancouver International Dance Festival.
showcased her physical skill and precision in this work,
designed as “a study of solitude, frustration, and
determination.”..... She comes across as focused and athletic:
her motions are reminiscent of skiing, climbing, lifting, and
otherwise conquering a vast solitude with one’s body. The
premise of the work and Zennström’s execution are expertly
matched: what Zennström promises she delivers.
- Kirstie McCallum (Plank Magazine, Dances for a Small Stage 21)
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