Jennifer Horvath

Jennifer began dancing at the age of five at Robyn Kirkland School of Ballet in Sydney continuing her training studying fulltime ballet and contemporary at The Conlan College, where she completed all Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) exams with high distinction. Her passion and dedication lead her to represent NSW in 2007 as one of eight finalists chosen statewide for the RAD Bursary.

In 2009 she was accepted and trained at The Australian Ballet School in Level 5,  also attending the Victorian of the Arts College. 

Deciding to return home, Jennifer completed her dance studies at the McDonald College Of Performing Arts under Jane Beckett and in 2012 transitioned into contemporary dance with Jason Winters, attaining her Certificate IV in Performing Arts and Diploma Of Dance.

If you are persistent, you will get it. If you are consistent, you will keep it

The following year Jennifer danced under the direction of Julia Horvath at Studio Tibor. Jennifer was chosen as one of the top 100 dancers for “So You Think You Can Dance” Australia 2014. She joined Sydney Ballet Theatre in 2015. Jen has also attended many intensive workshops with various companies such as LA Contemporary Dance Company Summer School in 2014, Sydney Dance Company in 2015 and a secondment with Expressions Dance Company in 2015. Jen danced with Expressions Dance Company as an extra in their Sydney shows of "Carmen Sweet" in 2015.

Jennifer was chosen to be a part of Limitless Dance Company in 2016 and performed in their debut production of "Both Sides" choreographed by Mitchell Turnbull. Recently Jennifer was also chosen to dance in Locreado Dance Company in their production of "NOTHING" choreographed by Loredo Malcolm.

Jennifer is currently teaching and training in Sydney and is looking forward to her next season with Limitless Dance Company in 2017 and their production of "SE7EN".




REGRET (2015)


SE7EN (2017)