Choreographer/Dancer for the "Queen of Soul" Ms. Aretha Franklin.
Performed at one of the inaugural events for President Barack Obama.
Choreographer/Dancer for Motown's Legend Ms. Martha Reeves, also currently honorable City Council Woman, and the Vandellas.
Choreographer for (American Idol Winner Fantasia's uncle) Perry Barrino, Barrino Family Entertainment Co.
Rhythm Dance Company member Toured Japan, Tokyo and Nagoya
All City Dance Company Member.
Interlochen- All-State, All National Dance Camp for the gifted dancers.
Accepted and attended the National renown professional Alvin Ailey Dance School in New York City.
Selected Dancer for the Residency of Arthur Mitchell Lecture Demonstration, Artistic Director of Dance Theatre of Harlem Dance Company in New York City.
Guest performer for the Katherine Dunham seminar, under direction of Penny Goldboldo.
Detroit Collective Co. member: The Nutcracker Major Production at the Fox Theater under direction Ballet Master Iacob Laseu.
Featured in motion picture "Never Too Big".
Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics, from Marygrove College.
Bachelor in Fine Arts Degree in Dance, from Marygrove College.
Four Year Dance Scholarship, Marygrove College.
Masters Degree in Dance Education, from Wayne State University.
Masters Degree in Mathematics Education, from Wayne State University.
Certified Dance Instructor.
Sharon Freed educated in Detroit Public Schools, 4 year dance Scholarship Marygrove College, B.F.A. Dance, B.S. Mathematics. M.A.T. Mathematics and Dance Education. Certified Dance Instructor. Sharon Freed is a professional choreographer and dancer, she has performed throughout the United States and abroad.
"Dance has molded my life and taken me places I only could imagine. I realized dance was a new found freedom. Because of dance and dance alone I have had a full career. Growing up as an inner city child I would have never expected to have accomplished all that I have from dance. Dance can be a powerful hobby, or full time career for anyone, it is good for the heart, the soul, the mind, and the body." -Sharon Freed-Moreland
Through this organization Sharon Freed-Moreland hopes to instill the same encouragement and inspiration that she received through dance. Sharon Freed-Moreland has encouraged, inspired and trained many students in the discipline of dance.