Caitlin Marziali

Community Dance Program; Adult Ballet Program; Coordinator of Indigenous Relations

Caitlin Marziali is a graduate of the Teacher Training Program at Canada’s National Ballet School. She was awarded her diploma with distinction along with the Sylvia McPhee Award in June of 2021. She has teaching associates from the RAD, Cecchetti Society of Canada and the International Society for the Teachers of Dancing. In addition, she holds an undergraduate degree in History from York University and a certificate in Dance Performance from George Brown College. She has performed nationally and internationally as a dancer and aerial silks artist since 2010. She now works in the Community Dance Department sharing her love of dance with dancers of all abilities and ages.


Fun facts about me:

Dream job as a kid: I had many dream jobs, the first I can remember was the first woman in the NHL, and then I wanted to be an actor, which came true! Once I started ballet when I was 17 there was no looking back, I was going to become a dancer.


What do you do in your free time?: I don’t have a lot of it but I enjoy training on my aerial silks, spending time with my Husband and 2 Chihuahua’s and binge watching superhero movies and TV shows.


Cats or dogs?: I prefer dogs, I have an allergy to cats and I always love the excitement that a dog brings in the home.