Gina presents her work throughout the U.S. and overseas at such venues as the American Dance Festival, Edinburgh Festival Fringe, CNDC Angers among many others. As a much sought after teacher with a unique pedagogical style for training dancers for contemporary and traditional modern movement, Gina has guested at the Ailey/Fordham School, New York University, Gibney Dance Center, Dance Theatre of Harlem School, the New World School of the Arts, and the Los Angles County School for the Arts where she chaired the dance department from 2007–2015. In Los Angeles, Gina was a crucial part of the burgeoning Los Angeles dance scene and taught company classes for BODYTRAFFIC and the Lula Washington Dance Company.
A recipient of five NEA Choreographer's Fellowships, Ms. Buntz teaches and has choreographed throughout the United States with international sponsorship from the United States Information Agency's Arts America Program, the National Endowment for the Arts Choreographer's Exchange Program in France, and the Olympic Arts Festival in Korea.
Gina's current projects are an evening length work on the correlation between iconography in movement and cellular memory.
For people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities, Gina has developed danceflow a guided movement workshop that celebrates personal expression through movement within a dynamic and supportive community environment that can take place anywhere.
In the early 1980's Ohad asked Gina to choreograph a solo on him — Buntz choreographed "solo/duoes". The unique clip (above) contains historical footage demonstrating how choreographer Buntz created the work on dancer, Ohad Naharin.
Gina speaks about her own methodology (above) as it relates to the craft and art of choregraphy.
Beautiful moment (above) from Special Features on the recently released DVD of Mr. Gaga where Ohad talks about Gina's seminal influence on his own development as a choreographer.