TOM GOLD is an internationally known dancer and choreographer. He was a soloist with the New York City Ballet performing for them for the past 21 years in leading roles by Balanchine, Robbins, Lynne Taylor Corbett and William Forsythe. In 2002 Susan Stroman created the full-length ballet "Double Feature" for Mr. Gold. He has performed as a guest artist with THARP!, Donald Byrd the Group, the New York City Opera and many companies throughout the U.S. In 1999 he founded his own group Tom Gold and Associates which has toured to France, Italy, Spain, Bermuda, and Israel. He can also be seen in the Warner Brothers film version of George Balanchine's "The Nutcracker" and in many Live from Lincoln Center telecasts. His choreographic achievements include works for his own group, New works at the Miller theater at Columbia University "Works and Process at the Guggenheim", Griflekin The Opera at the Manhattan School of Music, Oregon Ballet Theater, BalletMet, New York City Ballet, Orlando Ballet, Vassar College, Ballet School of Stanford The Tree lighting at Lincoln center, Balanchine on Broadway at Studio 54, Ballet Academy East, An Evening of Tango at the Miller Arts Center, The Cuyahoga Valley Youth Ballet, and The Macy's Annual Thanksgiving Day Parade. Future Projects include a new ballet with the group Pink Martini.
For more information visit his website at www.tomgolddance.com