Ma. Christine Dominique Morden
Maria Christine Dominique Morden started dancing at Balletcenter at the age of six and quickly rose through the levels. In 2005, she was asked to join the Queen City Chamber Ballet, Balletcenter's former company, under Mdm. Fe Sala Villarica. In that same year, she received the Most Outstanding Achievement Award. She is the last to receive the award as the directorship of Balletcenter was inherited by Atlanta Festival Ballet Artistic Directors, Nicolas Pacana and Gregory Aaron, the year after.
In 2012, she graduated from the teacher training program and began teaching and choreographing for Balletcenter's Summer Spectacular 2012: Broadway and Beyond. Additionally, Christine Morden has a Bachelor's Degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management from the University of San Carlos.
Christine Morden is a Cebuana ballerina who has performed various soloist and principal roles such as the Caterpillar in Gregory Aaron's Philippine premiere of Alice in Wonderland, Queen of the Sea in The Little Mermaid, a Concubine and Lady Capulet in Nicolas Pacana's Philippine Premiere of Romeo and Juliet, Singing Canary Fairy, Force Fairy and Silver and Emerald Fairy in Sleeping Beauty, Whatever Lola Wants, Rumour Has It, and even had the honour of partnering with Artistic Director, Gregory Aaron, as Clara in the Nutcracker.