Giada Jiang



Giada Jiang(she/they) is a movement-study artist who is dedicated to creating spaces and dances where all people can express who they are and marginalized individuals can feel understood, comforted, and respected.

Born in Italy and raised in China, she made her way to the United States in 2018, achieving Summa Cum Laude honors in Dance BFA with a minor in Psychology from Point Park University.

She has been commissioned and awarded residencies at Lamar University’s Summer Fest, Aimed Dance Company, Scuola Longjia, and Starry Sky Dance Studio, demonstrating her acclaimed contributions to the dance community. As an educator, she imparts her expertise in ballet and modern dance to diverse students across China, Italy, and the United States.

Giada has had the privilege of collaborating with esteemed artists such as Pearlann Porter, Dimitri Chamblas, Susan Stowe, Freida Abtan, and Richard Parsakian.

Over the past six years, she has showcased her work at venues including the August Wilson African American Cultural Center, MOCA, Pittsburgh Playhouse, Pittsburgh Opera, Pittsburgh Chinese Cultural Center, Rowland White Performance Center, Sharon Disney Lund Theatre, and Hangzhou Grand Theater.

Currently, Giada is pursuing her Choreography MFA with a concentration in Integrated Media at California Institue of the Arts.


-Lamar University's Black Box Theatre-
2023-07 Beaumont TX
Contemporary Dance

"I Hope...that War is Ephemeral, and that Peace is Inevitable..."

-Pittsburgh Playhouse-
2021-11 Pittsburgh PA
Contemporary Dance


-Pittsburgh Playhouse-
2022-04 Pittsburgh PA

Contemporary Ballet on Pointe

"Once the seed of doubt was planted in your heart, the seed withered up the trust between us. I understand your pain and franticness, but it leaves me feeling sad and powerless. I hope that you remember, I loved and cared about you with all of my heart.

I hope every relationship will last forever, and, all the people that we know are happy and healthy wherever they are. But, if our relationships do meet their end, may our love comfort the pain of our loss."


-The Sharon Disney Lund Theatre-
2022-10 Los Angeles CA
Contemporary Dance