Gregory Hamilton (Greg) was born and raised in High Point, NC. In his earlier years, he knew he had a passion for movement, but it wasn’t until the age of 15 when he started training in the modern dance program at the William Penn-Alfred J Griffin School for the Arts(Penn-Griffin), under the direction of Cheri Stokes, where he was introduced to modern dance styles, West African dance, and ballet. In addition to learning and performing at Penn-Griffin, he was also heavily engaged with the dance program at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, studying under Duane Cyrus, and Robin Gee. Post graduating from Penn-Griffin, he went on to study contemporary dance at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts(UNCSA). While at UNCSA, he appeared in works by Sean Sullivan, Brenda Daniels, Kelly Maxner, Dawn Bazemore, Merce Cunningham, Alexei Kremnev, Juel Lane, Robyn Mineko Williams, Doug Varone, Shen Wei, and tons of student lead work. Greg has performed professionally with Spoleto Festival USA as an ensemble member in the production of Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin, and with Gaspard and Dancers directed by Gaspard Louis. Greg strongly believes that spirituality is neccessary, and simply wishes to give back to the community through the arts. His love for god and the arts led him to be one of the founding members of a Christian led Gospel-Mime troupe called “Mime3”. Greg graduated from UNCSA in May of 2018 with a BFA in dance, and he’s grateful to be with the Limón Dance Company.