Christine Williams completed her training at l’École supérieure de danse des Grands Ballets Canadiens on a full scholarship. She danced a few years with Spindrift Dance Theatre (Ontario) and then returned to Montreal (1985) where she obtained her teaching diploma. She was ballet master Daniel Seillier’s assistant during two years.
Mrs. Williams obtained a Bachelor of Arts’ degree at l’Université de Montréal and has been a member of the Royal Academy since 1982, Regroupement québecois de la danse since 1986, and the Cecchetti International Canadian Branch (Assoc Dip). She has taken various courses and participated in numerous workshops at l’UQAM, the National Ballet of Canada School, L’École nationale supérieure de danse de Marseille, and the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing.
She has worked under the aegis of Mr. Fernand Nault and has rehearsed the younger student’s roles for The Nutcracker with Les Grands Ballets Canadiens.
She has not only been invited to guest teach at several schools in both Quebec and Ontario, but also been the representative of l’École supérieure to act as an examiner in the regional schools. In addition to developing the pedagogical programs, she coordinates the preparatory and recreational programs at l’École supérieure.