Master of Fine Arts in Dance, 2006

Texas Woman’s University

Emphasis in Performance & Choreography


Bachelor of Arts, Magna Cum Laude, 2002

Columbia College

[Universite Catholique de l’Ouest, 1998]

Major: Dance Performance/Choreography

Major: French, Emphasis in Linguistics



Aerial Physique Intermediate Aerial Certification/ 2016

IATTP International Aerial Teaching Training Program Comprehensive Certification/ 2015

AirCat Aerial Yoga Certification, Boulder Circus Center/ 2013

Perpetual Motion Aerial Arts Training/ 2012

AFFA Personal Training Certification/ 2007

Power Pilates Comprehensive Certification/ 2005-2006

AFFA Group Exercise Certifications/ 2006

AFFA Cycling Certification/ 2006

Power Pilates Mat Certification/  2005


Amy has been fascinated with the study and performance of various stylistic forms in dance since she was a young child, earning a Bachelors and Masters in the field.  She has been a performing member of The Power Company, South Carolina, Tyer & Co. Dance, Texas, DanceWorks, Texas, and founded the fresNO dance COllective (NOCO) in California early 2010 where she currently serves as executive director.  Her performing has been reviewed as “breathtakingly athletic” and “crisply executed” (Dallas Morning News).   As a freelance performer over the past ten years, her aesthetic sensibilities and advanced technical training has landed her the opportunity to work with many national dance artists and companies, including Tyler Civic Ballet TX, Sarah Gamblin (formerly with BeBe Miller Company) TX, Christian VonHoward of Von Howard Project NY, Julie Bata (Mousso: an African experience) GA, Michael Foley Dance NY, Doug Elkins Dance NY, ChameckiLerner Dance NY, dance-for-camera work by Bell House Arts OK, Mam.Luft & Co. Dance OH, Out on a Limb Dance Company TX, and Perpetual Motion Modern Dance OK. Her recent focus has been traveling nationally for residencies, performances, and freelance choreography projects with a particular fascination in ongoing media projects.

Querin’s unique choreographic style has been reviewed as “visually striking,” “inventive,” & “a blend of modern and classical styles- loose yet disciplined, physically rangy yet fluid.” (Theatre Jones/TX & Dallas Morning News/TX).  “Querin has a keen sense of what you might call the non-verbals of dance: the angles of two heads in relationship to each other in an embrace; the tracking (and sometimes avoidance) of the eyes… ” (FresnoBee/CA).





Photography on this site by Dan Wong and Enrique Meza.