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“My career as dancer was not a simple, single path. I performed extensively in the
worlds of both classical and contemporary ballet. But in addition, I also did fashion
conventions working for such legends as Chanel, Romeo Gigli, Otto Kern and
Trevor Sorbie. I also have had experience working for multimedia choreographers
and I have performed in the Fringe Festival, NY. I have studied and performed
Baroque Dance with Thomas Baird- appearing with New York Philharmonic as a Guest Artist.”

Tomiko Magario


“I’d like to recommend checking Tomiko Magario in “Nutcracker.” … I have had the thrill of being moved and sent into rhapsodies by Ms. Magario in other performances. She’ll leave an Impression on your heart and eyes that won’t easily be erased.”

-  Paul Ben-Itzak, Dance Insider

“Best of all is a nightclub solo to “Please Don’t Make Me Be Good,” in which the long, tall Tomiko Magario, in a slinky black dress, manages to be both devastatingly elegant and a hell a lot of fun.”

 -  Alicia Mosier, Dance Insider


“The Once Over” was a humorous number displaying the abundant talent of Tomiko Magario.”                                                                            

Elaine Winn, Atlantic News

“Tomiko Magario made her debut dancing with Djuric in “Thieving Magpie,” funny wisp of a number with music by G. Rossini. Her sense of timing and flair worked beautifully with Djuric’s athletic presentation.    

- George Hosker Jr., Spotlight


“The Arabian Dance, performed by Tomiko Magario and Eric Rivera, highlighted the divertissement section. Magario’s extensions in the very seductive dance projected from the stage like the works of a fine sculptor.”

-  Robert Miner, Times Leader


“Of the dancers, Tomiko Magario brought a depth to her movements of sorrow that lead one to think her whole being was falling apart.”

-  R . Pikser, Theater