Marinov Dance

Jordan Marinov’s dancing and acting have taken her around the world — from NYC to the Russian Embassy in D.C., to Cyprus. She has worked as a dancer, actress, choreographer and model for film, television, commercial, music video and concert works.  She has had the pleasure of working with Kathryn Bigelow for HBO as an actress, choreographer and casting director.  Jordan also appears in the music video Trail of Blood by actor & hip-hop artist Slaine directed by Los Silva.  Recently Jordan appeared as a supporting actress in a Comedy Central Pilot directed by Gabriel Barbaro.

Jordan is currently Artistic Director of Marinov Dance, which, in collaboration with Bill Hayward created The Intimacies Project: a series of daring multi-media events about relationships and the impossibility of love.  Marinov Dance commenced touring last October at the Wynwood Art Fair which included a VIP event at the Margulies Art Warehouse.  The Intimacies Project film was screened at Tribeca Grand in New York City during Fashion’s Night Out in 2011. The project earned a space grant from Chashama, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, The Fashion Center BID, and the Times Square Alliance to perform two shows per day in NYC for two weeks in 2009.  Marinov Dance was commissioned to set work and perform at the Rio Grande Theatre in New Mexico in 2010.  Her dancing and choreography can also be seen in Bill Hayward’s upcoming film Asphalt, Muscle and Bone.  Marinov Dance has performed at New York Live Arts, John Jay College, Galapagos, CPR, Winter Garden in the World Financial Center and Bill Hayward’s studio.  

Marinov Dance debuted Mother’s Kitchen a collaboration that includes portraits from Bill Hayward via Skype and live dance in Miami for the Art Live Fair in October 2012 and performed an excerpt of the same piece in Los Angeles the following week at the Electric Lodge Theater. 

Jordan completed a BFA in Dance magna cum laude from Marymount Manhattan College where she was hired to speak to graduates about creating a thriving dance company in 2011.

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