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    Peridance aspires to provide its students with dance education of the highest caliber. Our faculty is made up of a unique blend of leading professionals in the field. Many classes are accompanied by our first-class musicians. This multi-faceted group has been carefully selected to offer Peridance's classical, contemporary and commercial dance classes. Our faculty members come from leading dance institutions and entities such as The Juilliard School, New York University, Yale University, New York City Ballet, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, Nederlands Dans Theater, Batsheva Dance Company, and New York City's Broadway.

    Peridance Capezio Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment is based upon personal capabilities and qualifications without discrimination based on race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, marital status, veteran status, citizenship status, or any other protected characteristic as established by law.




     10 Hairy Legs | Contemporary 10 Hairy Legs >> Contemporary
    10 Hairy Legs, a male repertory company, provides a lens to experience the broad spectrum of dance. Widely acclaimed for its aggressive commissioning of new works and curation of master works, we have served more than 85,000 patrons, students, artists and educators since our founding in 2012, nationally and internationally. Commissions: Doug Varone, Doug Elkins, Tiffany Mills, Manuel Vignoulle, Julie Bour, Megan Williams, Adam Barruch, Al Blackstone, Larry Keigwin, Raja Feather Kelly, Nicholas Sciscione and Yin Yue. Broadcasts have included NJTV’s State of the Arts, The Meredith Vieira Show and Nick Cannon’s Red Nose Dancathon. Dance Education is an important part of our mission and we provide a wide range of programs for all ages exemplifying the many facets of maleness expressed through dance to more than 4,500 students and educators each year.
    Gail Accardi | Contemporary Gail Accardi >> Contemporary
    Gail Accardi works with dancers and others, especially those experiencing pain, injuries, alignment issues, or physical challenges of many kinds. She describes her work as creative physical problem solving; others call it body whispering. She draws on experience and ongoing study of dance, pilates, anatomy/kinesiology, somatics, and other moving and healing practices.
    Gina Accordino | Tap Gina Accordino >> Tap
    Gina has had the pleasure of performing at various events and shows throughout the city and country, and is currently a member of Project Convergence under the direction of Ramita Ravi and Vikas Arun. Gina loves to tap and has been fortunate enough to have trained under some of the greats that exist today, including but not limited to, Michelle Dorrance and Ayodele Casel. She finds the greatest joy in sharing her love of the art form and being able to be a part of keeping the rich history of tap alive.
    James Alonzo | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles James Alonzo >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    James' professional credits include BET Blaze the Stage, Sound Syndrome: The Off Broadway Show, the Broadway Dance Center Showcase, NBA Playoff Flash Mob, Frankie Lemmon School Promo Video, and the New York University Faculty and Master's Concert. He has also had the opportunity to assist choreographers such as Neil Schwartz and Aurelia Michaels for the "For Your Love" Music video by Cess and Unlimited Wireless Flash Mob.
    Yoshi Amao | Martial Arts Yoshi Amao >> Martial Arts
    Yoshi Amao is well known as the host of the highly rated TV series Samurai Sportsman. He has appeared on NBC's Late Night with Conan O' Brien, where his talk on Samurai philosophy and his unique sword demonstration touched the hearts of the American audience. After learning Kendo, karate, Japanese classic dance and acting, he started to learn samurai sword fighting from Tahei Waki, the master of Waki ryu style of sword fighting.
    Shernita Anderson | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Shernita Anderson >> Guest Teacher
    Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, Shernita Anderson has 10+ years in the entertainment industry. Credits include Kanye West, Alicia Keys, Chris Brown, Janelle Monae & Kelly Rowland amongst others. She has been featured on BET, MTV & Vh1 and has performed and taught all over the world. Shernita is the founder of The Heels Experience, a series of heels based dance classes that provide a nurturing environment to learn and expand on the all important skill of moving and dancing eloquently in Heels.
    Mecca Andrews | Contemporary Mecca Andrews >> Contemporary
    Jennifer Archibald | Contemporary Jennifer Archibald >> Contemporary
    JENNIFER ARCHIBALD is the founder and Artistic Director of the ARCH Dance Company and Program Director of ArchCore40 dance intensives. She is a graduate of The Alvin Ailey School and the Maggie Flanigan Acting Conservatory where she studied the Meisner Technique. Archibald has choreographed for the Atlanta Ballet, Ailey II, Cincinnati Ballet, and worked commercially for Tommy Hilfiger, NIKE and MAC Cosmetics as well as chart-listed singers and actors. Archibald’s works have been performed at venues including New York's City Center, Lincoln Center, The Kennedy Center, Aaron Davis Hall and Jacob's Pillow Inside|Out Stage, and Rialto's Off The Edge. In 2013, Jennifer was awarded a Choreographic Fellow for Ailey’s New Directions Choreography Lab under the direction of Robert Battle.
      Archie | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Archie >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Archie Burnett is a well-respected force in the underground dance world. 30 years of dance in NYC's hottest underground clubs has made his style unique, strong, and confident. He has performed and taught his craft in various parts of the world. His bodies of work range from music videos, to features in dance magazines like "Dance Ink," and the "Village Voice" dance section feature, to performance coaching for up-and- coming recording artists.
    Quilan Cue Arnold | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Quilan Cue Arnold >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Quilan “Cue” Arnold (MFA) is a dance professional (dancer, choreographer, podcaster, producer, teacher) based out of Brooklyn, New York. He has been a member of companies such as Camille A. Brown and Dancers (NY), Rennie Harris Puremovement (PA), Abby Z and the New Utility (NY), and Enzo Celli Vivo Ballet (NY).
     Ayami | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Ayami >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Born and raised in Shizuoka, Japan. Ayami started dancing at the age of five in ballet. By ten years old, she joined both a musical theater group & Jazz dance school. Within a few years at the age of thirteen, she started choreographing at the musical school. She then moved to New York and has been trained at Broadway dance center extensively in Hip Hop and Modern, but has found her artistic passion in styles such as Hip Hop, House, Locking and Waacking. She has performed and taught throughout Japan and overseas. She recently performed in "The Devouring” on Broadway presented by House Of Yes, featured as a lead dancer for Izzy Escobar’s “WARRIOR” music video, Summer stage NYC, Credo beauty commercial.
    Bil Badolato | Ballet Bil Badolato >> Ballet
    If you want to learn how to dance from step one in a safe, injury-free format, if you want to increase your skill for commercial and musical theater auditions, if you want "movement for actors", Bil is the teacher for you. He has performed in six Broadway shows, and choreographed thirty shows, including the national tour of She Loves Me.
    BASo Baila Society | Salsa BASo Baila Society >> Salsa
    The class is taught by BASo certified teachers and offers three levels of instruction – beginner, intermediate and advanced. To maximize and review results, BASo offers access to the BAILA Society Online Dance Academy, the largest video library of dance instruction in the world for dancers of all skill levels. Whether you're learning your first basic or have been burning up the dance floor for years, Baila Society have something for you.
    Bryan Strimpel-Baira // Baira MVMNT PHLOSPHY | Contemporary Bryan Strimpel-Baira // Baira MVMNT PHLOSPHY >> Contemporary
    Bryan Strimpel, a native Michigander, is the Co- Artistic Director for B.S. Movement. The company has presented its work throughout New York City since in 2012. Bryan is a graduate of Wayne State University with a B.F.A in dance. He has performed and taught around the world in places such as: Colombia, South Korea, Turkey, Tajikistan, and Armenia; as well as throughout New York City. He has danced with Nicholas Leichter Dance, Brian Brooks Moving Company, and David Dorfman Dance.
    Shaina Branfman-Baira // Baira MVMNT PHLOSPHY | Contemporary Shaina Branfman-Baira // Baira MVMNT PHLOSPHY >> Contemporary
    Shaina Branfman is Co-Artistic Director of BS Movement. Shaina was born and raised in Victoria, Texas and received her BFA in Dance at the University of Iowa. She completed her certification as a Movement Analyst at the Laban Institute of Movement Studies, and completed studies in religion and philosophy at the New York All Faiths Seminary International where she was ordained as an Interfaith Minister. Shaina is a member of The Feath3r Theory and has been performing and sharing her work in NYC since 2014. www.bsmovement.co
    Troy Barnes | Modern Troy Barnes >> Modern
    Troy earned his BFA in Dance at University Of The Arts in Philadelphia, PA. Where he studied with Horton Luminaries Faye Snow and Milton Myers. Troy also had the honor of studying under Mr. Jimmy Truitt from The Lestor Horton Dance Theatre. He continued his Horton studies at The Alvin Ailey American Dance Center with Anne Mary Forsythe. Troy has taught the Horton Technique to dancers around the world for over 20 years. He has been on the faculty of Bridge For Dance, 5678 Dance, Bay Ridge Ballet as well as other studios and schools in the region. He is currently on faculty at Bronx Global Learning Institute for Girls & Visions Dance Studio.
    Adam Barruch | Contemporary Adam Barruch >> Contemporary
    As a choreographer, Adam's work has been presented at Dance Theater Workshop, City Center, The Juilliard School, Cunningham Studio, Ailey-Citigroup Theater, SUNY Purchase, New York University, Cedar Lake Theater and Theatre Usine C in Montreal. In March 2009, he self- produced a full evening of original dance/theater works at The Baryshnikov Arts Center, with his company Adam Barruch Dance.
    Aszure Barton + Artists | Contemporary Aszure Barton + Artists >> Guest Teacher
    Aszure Barton, an award-winning New York City choreographer, was born and raised in Canada. She received her formal training at the National Ballet School in Toronto, where, as a student, she helped originate the ongoing Stephen Godfrey Choreographic Showcase. Aszure has also led masterclasses, mentored and created for renowned training institutions including Harvard University, The Julliard School, New York University, Arts Umbrella, Canada's National Ballet School and The Laban Institute (UK).
    Brad Beakes | Contemporary Brad Beakes >> Contemporary
    Bradley Beakes is a New York City based dance artist originally from Glendora, California. Over the past decade he has been honored to dance with the Limón Dance Company, Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company, BARE Dance Company, Julia Ehrstrand Collective, Project 44, NOW-ID, Keith Johnson/Dancers, Naganuma Dance, and Visions Dance Theatre where he was named the 2010 Lester Horton Award Winner for "Outstanding Male Performance".
    Sidra Bell | Contemporary Sidra Bell >> Guest Teacher
    Sidra Bell, artistic director of Sidra Bell Dance New York, graduated from Yale University with a BA in history and received an MFA in choreography from Purchase College Conservatory of Dance. She received her training at the Dance Theater of Harlem and at The Ailey School where she was a fellowship recipient. Her critically acclaimed choreography and company has been seen throughout the United States and in Denmark, France, Austria, Bulgaria, Turkey, Germany, China, Canada, Aruba, Korea, Brazil and Greece.
    Bo Belza | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Bo Belza >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Bo Belza is a Jersey born native who was involved in the competitive team circuit. After a few years on FR3SH Dance Company, Bo continued his dance training as well as becoming a director for their junior team. Bo has trained under some elite choreographers such as Luam Kezflegy, Candace Brown, Neil Schwartz, and has taken multiple conventions such as Monsters of Hip Hop.
    Nicola Bertelli | Contemporary Nicola Bertelli >> Contemporary
    Alex Biegelson | Contemporary Alex Biegelson >> Contemporary
    Alex earned a BFA in Dance from Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University in 2009 and while there, appeared as a guest artist with Randy James Dance Works. Since graduation Alex has worked with Freespace Dance during their international tour, Nimbus Dance Works and Project: Smith. Alex was a dancer for the Carolyn Dorfman Dance Company 2011 through 2014. He is currently a dancer for ZviDance and David Parkers’ The Bang Group. Alex is a founding member of 10 Hairy Legs as well as the Associate Director.
    Emma Rosa Bigelow | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Emma Rosa Bigelow >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Emma Rosa Bigelow, originally from New Jersey, is a dancer, choreographer, and educator in various styles ranging from commercial heels and hip hop to contemporary and tap. Currently, she is a member of Shirlene Quigley's Queendom Crew, Theresa Stone's AbstraKT BEINGS, Chloe Arnold's Apartment 33, and Maurice Chestnut's Dance Therapy.
    Steven Blandino | Jazz/Theater Steven Blandino >> Jazz/Theater
    Steven Paul Blandino has a BFA in Commercial Dance from Pace University, with a focus in Choreography. Steven has choreographed a NY Equity Production, National Tour, and has set work at Pace University, Rutgers University, as well as various Dance Studios across the US. Steven is currently on Faculty at Groove National Dance Convention, Impact Dance Adjudicators, and has privately trained Actors for upcoming Feature Films, Productions, etc.
    Billy Blanken | Ballet Billy Blanken >> Ballet
    Billy started his professional career as a principal with the Amy Marshall Dance Company before joining Les Ballets Grandiva. He is a frequent collaborator with Project In Motion and has been commissioned to stage several of his works on their company. He is currently a Senior Artist with Ajkun Ballet Theatre and is the Showcase Coordinator for their annual New York Winter Festival.
    Justin Boccitto | Tap Justin Boccitto >> Tap
    Melissa Brading | Limón Melissa Brading >> Limón
    Melissa Brading is a New York based teacher, dancer and choreographer originally from Topeka, KS. She holds a BFA in dance education from the University of Central Oklahoma and spent 3 years dancing for Ad Deum Dance Company in Houston, TX before moving to New York in 2007. She has taught various styles dance in Kansas, Texas, Michigan, New York and The Nederlands.
    Andrea Brown | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Andrea Brown >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Antonio Brown | Contemporary Antonio Brown >> Contemporary
    Antonio Brown is a native Cleveland, Ohio, where he began his dance training at the Cleveland School of the Arts and received his BFA from The Juilliard School. While there, he had the opportunity to perform works by Jose Limon, Ohad Naharin, Jiri Kylian, Eliot Feld, Aszure Barton, Jessica Lang, SusanMarshall, Larry Keigwin, among others. Mr. Brown has also worked with many companies and artist throughout New York City including Camille A. Brown & Dancers, Malcolm Low/Formal Structure and Sidra Bell Dance New York, among others. After performing with the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company for 11 years, Antonio continues to grace the stage with The DASH Ensemble and his own company “AntonioBrownDance” formed in 2013. Mr. Brown has choreographed works for Verb Ballets, The Juilliard Dance Ensemble, MOVE(NYC), August Wilson Center Dance Ensemble, Jacksonville University, Cleveland State University, Hunter College, Cleveland School of the Arts, Stivers School for the Arts, Perry Mansfield Performing Arts School and Camp, Lehigh Valley Dance Exchange "LVDE", Theatre Askew, The Arden Theater Company’s production of “The Bluest Eye”and most recently for Drama League DirectorFest, Earl Mosley’s Dancing Beyond and is currently the movement director for The Public Theater’s Shakespeare Initiative in the Bronx. Antonio teaches regularly in New York City and at various schools and intensives across the country. He is always so grateful to be sharing his gifts and talents around the world.
    Becky Brown | Limón Becky Brown >> Limón
    Becky Brown is from England. She completed her dance training at the Laban Centre, London, went on to be a member of Transitions Dance Company, and then continued her training in Canada. Becky was a member of Loop Dance Company for 12 years and worked as a freelance teacher, choreographer and dancer in England. Becky trained in the Limón technique on the Professional Studies Program and the Limón Teacher Program at the Limón Institute, NYC.
    Candace Brown | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Candace Brown >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Candace Brown is a dancer/choreographer/instructor with a huge passion for the art of dance. She has taught in Los Angeles for 5+ years as faculty at Debbie Reynolds Studio, Millennium Dance Complex, and Edge PAC. She has also traveled teaching around the world in various countries like Japan, Spain, Australia, Russia, Brazil, Greece, Poland, Ireland, Amsterdam and more, plus states across the US. Candace is a Monsters of Hip Hop Show Alumni, and was principal dancer on UNITY LA directed by Tessandra Chavez.
    Nina Buisson | Body Conditioning Nina Buisson >> Body Conditioning
    Nina Buisson is an internationally acclaimed choreographer and dance educator who developed an original release- based and imagery-laden dance technique. Nina is an “excellence” scholar from the Princess Grace Academy of Classical Dance and has obtained her musical training from the Prince Rainier III Music Academy in Monaco. She holds a professional teaching diploma in ballet and modern dance from the Cultural Ministry of France, Aix en Provence.

    Sarah Burke | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Sarah Burke >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Sarah Burke moved to New York from Richmond, Virginia after graduating from James Madison University (2010) with a BA in Dance. She dances for Shannon Hummel/Cora Dance, Flash Step Dance Crew, and has been in videos for artists like Kings of Leon, Devvon Terrell, David Chesky, AxelJordan, and Elizabeth Chan. Sarah's TV work includes TLC "Breaking Amish," A&E "The Herbert Brothers" for the making of a commercial for Crunch Fitness, Good Morning America, Pix11, and New York Live.
    Rob Bynes | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Rob Bynes >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Over the summer of 2014, he was discovered during his second ever visit to Broadway Dance Center in a Kelly Peters class by Bloc NYC Talent Agency and was fortunate enough to get signed as a professional dancer weeks later. After 2 years on RDT he was selected to continue on as one of 3 creative directors and is now an emerging dancer in the community, hoping to inspire those around him. Some of his proudest accomplishments include scholarships from Young Lions and Monsters of Hip Hop.
    Jamal Callender | Contemporary Jamal Callender >> Contemporary
    Founder of Barbados Dance Project BDP and Princess Grace Award winner, Jamal was born in the U.S. and raised in Barbados at a young age, Jamal began dancing at Ballet Tech and Brooklyn College Preparatory Center for the Performing Arts in New York City. He attended the Professional Performing Arts School/The Ailey School under the late Denise Jefferson, Restoration Dance Theatre and the Harlem School of the Arts. Jamal also attended Perry-Mansfield and Springboard Danse Montreal. A graduate from The Juilliard School in 09' under Lawrence Rhodes, he has worked with The Atlanta Ballet, Peridance Ensemble, Buglisi Dance Theater, Loni Landon Project, Formal Structure Inc., Hubbard Street II, Ballet Hispanico, and Kevin O'Day Ballett at National Theater Mannheim. Theater credits include CHICAGO (Fred Casely)-RMT. He has guest taught workshops all over the U.S. and internationally including summer intensives for Ballet Hispanico, New Orleans Ballet Association (N.O.B.A), the National Cultural Foundation (Barbados), and Institute of the Arts Barcelona (Spain), and MOVE(NYC). His choreographic works have been showcased in the USA, Germany, Spain, and Barbados. An advocate of the arts, he served as a member of Dance/NYC junior committee. Jamal currently is a soloist at the National Theater Mannheim NTM TANZ under Stephan Thoss.
     Camaleo | African Based I Djoniba Dance Centre Camaleo >> African Based I Djoniba Dance Centre
    Carlos F Simao, of Capoeira Nago (Supervised by Mestre Andre Gusmao) is known as (Professor) Camaleao, was born in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil. Not only does Professor Camaleao teach, but he also is extremely active in spreading the art of Capoeira. He has participated in numerous workshops, batizados (rank changing ceremonies), jogos (competitions), and international cultural exchanges.
    Greta Campo | Modern Greta Campo >> Modern
    At age 19, she began the Professional Training Program at the Martha Graham School in NYC and, after a couple of months, she joined Graham II, performing in ensemble and solo roles. She performed with the Martha Graham Dance Company in their 2012 New York Season and has also been traveling nationally and internationally with them. She completed the Teacher Training Program at the School. Greta has performed choreographies by Pascal Rioult, Larry Keigwin, among others and has worked with renowned choreographers, such as Eryc Taylor and Nejla Yatkin.
    Tiffanie Carson | Contemporary Tiffanie Carson >> Guest Teacher
    Tiffanie earned her MFA in Dance from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, and completed her BFA in Dance Performance at Chapman University. Tiffanie Carson is Adjunct Assistant Professor of Dance at the Shenandoah Conservatory at Shenandoah University and is specialist in the area contemporary & commercial jazz dance.
    Julie B. Carter | Jazz/Theater Julie B. Carter >> Jazz/Theater
    Julie Carter, originally from Alabama, is a graduate of Point Park University with a B.A. in Dance with a Jazz Concentration. She trained at Alabama Ballet and has traveled to numerous countries as a dancer for Royal Caribbean International Cruise Lines and Spirit Productions. She has assisted teachers such as Jason Parsons, the late Doug Caldwell, Elizabeth Parkinson (Chorus Line), Kathryn Mowat Murphy (Moving Out), and has performed works by Jason Sparks, Luam, Mike Esperanza, Jaclyn Buglisi, Merce Cunningham, among others. Julie is on the Contemporary Faculty at Steps On Broadway, and has been a Guest Artist for the Martha Graham School’s Summer Intensive, Manhattan Movement Art Center, Dance Teachers Club of Boston, and The School at Steps. Currently a teacher for Liberate Artists, Julie has had the opportunity to work alongside well-known artists from So You Think You Can Dance, including Lauren Froderman, Comfort Fedoke, and Alex Wong. Most currently, she is a company member of NYC-based Dance Into Deliverance and is an adjunct instructor for Sacred Heart University’s Dance Department.
    Pauline Casino | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Pauline Casino >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Pauline Casino was born and raised in Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines and began dancing at the age of 8, with heavy influences from ABDC, Britney Spears, Janet Jackson and Michael Jackson. After moving to the Bronx at the age of 12, she began studio training in various dance styles and soon found a hiphop and urban dance home in Hip Hop Theory under the leadership of the beloved Moe Dean.
    Stephanie Castner | Contemporary Stephanie Castner >> Contemporary
    Originally from Baltimore, MD, Stephanie grew up studying Royal Academy of Ballet (RAD) technique. She then studied various modern techniques and choreography at the Univeristy of Maryland, Baltimore County where she received her Bachelor’s degree in Dance and Media Communication Studies. She now resides in New York City, primarily studying and teaching contemporary dance performance.
    Ljuba Castot | Contemporary Ljuba Castot >> Contemporary
    Ljuba Castot received much critical acclaim for her work on Kiesza’s headlining US/EU/AUS tour. Ljuba has also created work with brands such as Fendi, Bad Bunch NYC and Smirnoff while continuously serving as the Creative Director for Kiesza, who's body of visual work reflects their constantly evolving collaboration. She uses her range to create a truly different and aesthetically beautiful moments in the world of dance and movement.
      Cebo | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Cebo >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Cebo has been dancing since before he could speak. Winning his first dance competition at 5 years old. He has since gone on to win some of the world’s largest dance battles such as Juste Debout, and House Dance International. He has also choreographed for King Street Records recording artist Kimara Lovelace. He has shared collaborated with all of the top street dancers in the world today.
    Enzo Celli | Contemporary Enzo Celli >> Contemporary
    Enzo began his career in Rome as a contemporary choreographer and formed his own company, Botega, in 1995. Relying upon his athletic ability and his daring, libertarian spirit, Enzo Celli transfers his diverse, formative experiences to create a very peculiar and unique style. His work, focusing on man, from the start has aimed to create an uncommon poetic language able to deal with sociological topics.
    Grant Chang | Jazz/Theater Grant Chang >> Jazz/Theater
    Grant Chang has taught jazz dance for over 20 years in various New York City studios including Peridance Capezio Center, Broadway Dance Center, and Ballet Arts. His choreography has earned mentions in Backstage magazine for the play Yi Sang Counts to 13 at the Fringe Festival and DanceTeacher.com called his piece, Miss American’t, which premiered at the Peridance Winter Faculty Showcase, “sassy, tongue-in-cheek.”
    Martha Chapman  | Ballet Martha Chapman >> Ballet
    She performed with NYC Opera Ballet, NJ Ballet, Eugene Ballet in Oregon, Ontario Ballet Theater, in the Edinburgh Festival, with Cork City Ballet in Ireland and at Lincoln Center Out-of- Doors with a repertory spanning classics like The Sugar Plum Fairy to “Shakers” by American modern-dance pioneer Doris Humphrey and works by Graham and Hawkins company members.
    Nai-Ni Chen | Modern Nai-Ni Chen >> Guest Teacher
    Winning critical acclaim worldwide, Nai-Ni Chen has received Choreographer’s Fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the New Jersey State Council on the Arts. Her work has also been commissioned by the Joyce Theater Foundation, the Lincoln Center Institute, the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, Dancing in the Streets, and the Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation.
    Richard Chen See | Modern Richard Chen See >> Modern
    Richard Chen See danced for the Paul Taylor Dance Company for fifteen years (1993 – 2008), originating and assuming roles in more than forty of Paul Taylor’s dances. He is currently a core faculty member for the Peridance Certificate Program, and restages Mr. Taylor’s dances on companies and educational institutions around the USA and the world, including Taylor 2, Beijing Dance Academy (China), Navdhara India Dance Theatre (India), Rambert Dance Company (UK) and American Ballet Theater (USA). Mr. Chen See is a twice awarded Fulbright Fellow to teach dance in New Zealand (2011) and India (2018), and has repeatedly appeared on faculty for summer intensives with the Taylor School, and the American Dance Festival. A Jamaican by birth, where his early training was in ballet, modern and Afro-Caribbean folk forms, Mr. Chen See began his professional career in 1978 dancing with companies as varied as Northern Ballet Theatre (England), Oakland Ballet (USA), ODC/San Francisco (USA) and various independent productions in classical, contemporary and experimental disciplines before joining Paul Taylor Dance Company.
     Chrybaby | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Chrybaby >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Marcus Allan Cobb | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Marcus Allan Cobb >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Credits include iLuminate, Daddy Yankee, Sadako Pointer of the Pointer Sisters, YMCMB recording artist, Shanell, Winston Warrior, Taj Enphiniti, and Jarrod of Mullet EMT. He has been featured on a Netflix Original Series, BET Networks, and CBS. Marcus is the creator and designer for AllanMarco Collections, a clothing retailer based in NYC, known for it’s “Dance Casual” apparel. Marcus is a dedicated performer who dedicates his career to his mother, Ola Kelly-Avant, his guardian angel.
    Cat Cogliandro | Contemporary Cat Cogliandro >> Contemporary
    Cat's credits include So You Think You Can Dance, America's Got Talent, The 2014 Gypsy Awards, and The Pulse on Tour. She was also named one of Dance Spirit Magazine's "13 of the Dance World's Hottest Young Choreographers" in the November 2014 issue.
    Billy Cohen | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Billy Cohen >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Billy Cohen, hailing from outside Boston, started his hip hop training at the young age of six at Joanne Langione Dance Center with his identical twin brother, and continued his training at Hofstra University while receiving a B.S. Degree in Dance Education. This training at Hofstra gave him the opportunity to work with artists such as Fredrick Earl Mosley, Doug Varone, David Parker, Heather Waldon, Ellie Kusner, Bill Young, and Barbara Angeline, as well as train with Hofstra’s most notable Dance Department alumni, Larry Keigwin, on scholarship. Billy also created two works that represented Hofstra at American Collegiate Dance Association Conferences, and co-choreographed his own fully-produced evening dance show, “jux•ta•po•si•tion”. Outside of school, he continued his training with Broadway Dance Center’s Professional Semester and at Generation IV, learning and performing choreography from Teddy Forance, Devin Jamieson, Derek Mitchell, Emily Greenwell, Candace Brown, Jeff Lapes, Noel Bajades, Jonny Forance, and Emma Portner. Recently, Billy’s choreography was included in a segment of MTV’s Episode 2 of “Lit!” sponsored by Beats by Dre. Signed to Bloc Talent agency, Bill has worked with Reebok and was casted as a Principal Dancer in the upcoming season of Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, choreographed by Marguerite Derricks. Earlier this year, Billy starred in a viral video called “Student Vs. Teacher Battle”, totaling over 22 million views on all social media platforms and appearing on multiple news networks, including a short segment on “Inside Edition”. With his education background, Billy Cohen hopes to have continuous success in the dance industry, and to someday travel the world doing what he loves best: creating, performing, and sharing his knowledge of dance to next upcoming generation of artists.
    Bryn Cohn | Contemporary Bryn Cohn >> Guest Teacher
    Described as a “dancemaker who does not shy away from much” (DIY Dancer), Bryn Cohn graduated with a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts from California Institute of the Arts in dance performance and composition. She founded the New- York based dance company Bryn Cohn + Artists in 2011 whose work has received acclaim their ferocious physicality, risk- taking worlds, and emotionally pioneering performances. BC + A has performed in premiere venues throughout the country including Danspace Project in St. Marks Church in-the-Bowery, Ailey Citigroup Theater, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Judson Memorial Church, The Center for Performance Research, 92nd Street Y, Abrons Arts Center, Baruch Performing Arts Center in collaboration with the contemporary art galleries Foley Gallery and Castle Fitzjohns.
    Brandon Coleman | Contemporary Brandon Coleman >> Contemporary
    Brandon Coleman is a NYC based performer and teacher from Katy, TX. He is a graduate of the University of Arizona and received his BFA in Dance and BA in Communication with a minor in Arts Administration. Formally a member of Visceral Dance Chicago, Brandon has also worked with Hubbard Street Dance Chicago as a guest artist for their 2017 Summer Series. Since moving to NYC, Brandon has joined KEIGWIN + COMPANY, the Metropolitan Opera, and currently a performer in Sleep No More. As a teacher, Brandon teaches across the country for a variety of schools and companies.
    Justin Conte | Contemporary Justin Conte >> Guest Teacher
    Over the past eight years, Justin has been teaching and choreographing around the United States as well as internationally. After training in technique for six years, Justin was exposed to a variety of Street, Freestyle and native movement, sparking inspiration. He began training with world-renowned movers and choreographersDana Foglia, La Jon Danztler, Joanna Numata, Brian Friedman, Sheryl Murakami, and many more. He has worked with many recording artists such as Paula Abdul, Miley Cyrus and Jordan Sparks.
    Alison Cook Beatty | Ballet Alison Cook Beatty >> Ballet
    Alison Cook-Beatty received her BFA in Dance from the Boston Conservatory of Music at Berklee, receiving the Ruth Sandholm Ambrose Scholarship Award. She has performed with Paul Taylor’s American Modern Dance Company, Taylor 2, and her choreography has been commissioned by companies including Ballet Next, Columbia Ballet Collaborative, Opera Dolce, Carolina Ballet Theater, Infinity Dance Theater, The Joffrey Ballet School, and The Boston Conservatory.
    Cheryl Copeland | Contemporary Cheryl Copeland >> Contemporary
    Cheryl Copeland graduated with a BFA in Dance Performance from The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA. Cheryl’s fresh, unique style and approach to dance has made her in demand and given her acclaim across the United States.
    Matteo Corbetta | Ballet Matteo Corbetta >> Ballet
    Mackenzie Crosley | Contemporary Mackenzie Crosley >> Contemporary
    Mackenzie is on faculty at International Dance Academy (IDA) Hollywood and Millennium Dance Complex OC. She also teaches jazz and contemporary for the IDA Certificate Program. She is the CEO & Co- Founder of Soul de Soul Dance Convention, where she also travels and teaches on Faculty. Mackenzie is the Artistic Director for her Los Angeles based contemporary dance company, Geometry. Mackenzie is also a judge for West Coast Dance Elite.
    Attila Csiki | Ballet Attila Csiki >> Ballet
    Attila Joey Csiki began his dance training at the Canadian Dance Company in Toronto subsequently to join the National Ballet of Canada. Upon receiving a scholarship to the School of American Ballet, Attila relocated to New York City and thereafter joining the New York City Ballet. Since 2013 Attila created and appears in Christopher Wheeldon’s original Broadway production of An American In Paris winning 4 Tony awards, 7 drama desk awards and 6 outer critic awards.
    Seán Curran | Modern Seán Curran >> Modern
    Seán Curran’s career in the arts spans 30 years, beginning with traditional Irish step dancing as a child in Boston. He is known for his performance work with Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company, receiving a “Bessie” award for Secret Pastures, and as an original New York City cast member of STOMP! His 30 dances for Seán Curran Company are characterized by collaborations across genres, with touring to over 100 venues in the U.S., Europe and Asia. A sought-after choreographer/director, notable projects include Salome (Opera Theatre of St. Louis, San Francisco Opera, Opera Montreal, San Diego Opera); Much Ado About Nothing, A Midsummer Night's Dream (Shakespeare Theater); Shalimar the Clown, Ariadne on Naxos, Nixon in China, (Opera Theater of St. Louis); L'Etoile, Alcina, Turandot, Haroun and the Sea of Stories, Capriccio, Acis and Galetea (NYC Opera); As You Like It (Shakespeare in the Park); Romeo and Juliette (Metropolitan Opera); James Joyce's The Dead, Cymbeline, The Rivals (Broadway, Lincoln Center Theater). A graduate of NYU, Curran now serves as Arts Professor and Chair of the Tisch Department of Dance.
    Michael Cusumano | Ballet Michael Cusumano >> Ballet
    Michael Cusumano has been awarded the bronze medal at the International Ballet Competition in Varna Bulgaria as well as the Special Jury Prize from Prix de Danse in Paris, France. Mr. Cusumano has been performing with American Ballet Theater since March 1995, and he was a guest artist with the Boston Ballet for their production of the Nutcracker in 1998. Michael went on to Alabama Ballet as a Principal Artist, then to Boston Ballet as a soloist. He has been a guest artist throughout the US and Japan.
    Deshawn Da Prince | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Deshawn Da Prince >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Nick Daley | Contemporary Nick Daley >> Contemporary
    Nick Daley (Westport, CT) began his dance training at the D’Valda and Sirico Dance and Music Centre in Fairfield, Connecticut. Through his high school career, he trained with American Ballet Theater, Complexions Contemporary Ballet, and Pilobolus. During his freshman year at Colorado College, he was selected to perform works by choreographer Nail Ibragimov of Russia’s Pantera Chamber Ballet. He continued his training at Wesleyan University, where he studied under Doug Varone and Dancers, Kelly Lynch of Kate Weare Company, and Dante Brown of Warehouse Dance, and graduated in 2017 with a BA in Dance.
    Alexandra Damiani | Contemporary Alexandra Damiani >> Contemporary
    Damiani is a French born choreographer, artistic director and movement specialist based in New York City. Her movement vocabulary combines the sophistication of her early classical ballet training in Paris with the edginess and experimentation of contemporary dance that she developed during her professional career as soloist with Complexions, Donald Byrd/The Group and Ballet Jazz of Montreal, among others.
     Danielle | African Based I Djoniba Dance Centre Danielle >> African Based I Djoniba Dance Centre
    Danielle Lima has appeared in numerous television shows in Brazil, has worked with the Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey Circus, and founded the Brasileirando Dance Group - a company that focuses on disseminating Brazilian folkloric and contemporary dances. She joined Djoniba Dance & Drum Centre as a teacher of Brazilian Samba in early 2004. Her creative choreographic approach for teaching includes fitness along with traditional and contemporary Samba from Rio and Bahia.
    Joseph Davis | Contemporary Joseph Davis >> Contemporary
    Marinda Davis | Contemporary Marinda Davis >> Contemporary
    Originally from Florida, Marinda’s dance training began at the young age of two. Between her training at Mary Jo’s Performing Arts Academy, Blake High School of the Arts & regional musical theater, it was during these pivotal years that Davis' signature style gained its eclectic roots. Touring with conventions from age 15, it was on the circuit that Davis began to spread her wings working as assistant to Gus Giordano, Frank Hatchett, Ray Leeper, Dennis Caspary, & Lisa Allain. At 18, Marinda relocated to NY to attend Marymount Manhattan College on scholarship where she obtained a BA in Dance & Musical Theater minor. Simultaneously, she trained extensively at BDC studying with her mentor, Sheila Barker. Marinda danced professionally with Sting, 98 Degrees, & was a founding & principal dancer for Anthony Morigerato's, AMDP, NY.
    Norbert De La Cruz | Contemporary Norbert De La Cruz >> Contemporary
    Norbert De La Cruz III is a NYC and LA-based freelance contemporary dance choreographer and educator. Since receiving his BFA from the Juilliard School in 2010, his work has been commissioned to create for Aspen Santa Fe Ballet, Tulsa Ballet II, Barak Ballet, Hubbard Street II, James Sewell Ballet, Attack Theatre, Ballet X, Peridance Contemporary Dance Company and Grand Rapids Ballet.
    Laurie De Vito | Simonson Technique Laurie De Vito >> Simonson Technique
    Laurie de Vito was a founding director of Dance Space/Dance New Amsterdam where she taught for 30 years. Along with her company, Laurie De Vito and Dancers, she has taught, choreographed and performed at schools and theaters across the United States, Canada and abroad. Laurie brings Simonson technique which is specifically designed for dancers of all disciplines and injury preventive to Peridance Capezio Center.
    Carrie Demos | Body Conditioning Carrie Demos >> Guest Teacher
    Originally from Denver, Colorado, Carrie Demos holds a B.A. in Dance from Colorado State University, and is a graduate of The Foundations of Dance Education, Dance Education Laboratory at the 92nd St Y. Continually a passionate teacher of both Dance and Pilates, Carrie has served on faculty at The 92nd St Y Harkness Dance Center, and currently serves on faculty with Peridance's Young Movers/PeriChild program and is a Teaching Artist with New York City Ballet Education. Also a graduate of the Kane School of Core Integration (Pilates Mat Certification), Carrie has taught Pilates at Loom Yoga and The Living Room (Brooklyn). Carrie is continually inspired by how studying human anatomy/kinesiology can lead to greater awareness, power, detail, efficiency and ease in every type of movement expression and has to continued to strengthen her anatomic studies through attending the FAMI (Functional Anatomy for Movement and Injuries) Workshop at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, and more recently, Practicing Ideokinesis, and Kinesthetic Anatomy & Biomechanics of Motion, both taught by Irene Dowd.
    Dina Denis | Body Conditioning Dina Denis >> Body Conditioning
    Dina Denis is a dancer, teacher and choreographer from Queens, NY. She holds a BA in Dance from Hofstra University and an MA in Dance Education from New York University. Dina is a k-12 New York State certified dance educator and a certified Zena Rommett Floor- Barre instructor.
     Djoniba | African Based I Djoniba Dance Centre Djoniba >> African Based I Djoniba Dance Centre
    Djoniba Mouflet is an internationally- acclaimed drummer, dancer, teacher, performer, and choreographer as well as a musical producer, writer, and composer. He partly grew up in Senegal, Mali, and Guinea, West Africa, where he studied with renowned dance and musical masters. Through his extensive experience in African, ballet, jazz, and modern dance, as well in music and acting, Djoniba is now a much sought-after teacher, performer, choreographer and composer.
    Alex Dombroski  | Tap Alex Dombroski >> Tap
    Alex Dombroski graduated from Hofstra University with degrees in Dance and Biology. Her choreography has been seen at several events across the Hofstra Campus, as well as shows in NYC, including Dance Astoria. She has performed in works by Anita Feldman, Denise Caston, Rachel List, and Livia Vanaver. She currently teaches at several studios in NYC including Long Island City School of Ballet, Miss Sara’s Ballet Studio, and Peridance Capezio Center.
    Michelle Douglass | African Based I Djoniba Dance Centre Michelle Douglass >> African Based I Djoniba Dance Centre
    Michelle Douglass is a native New Yorker. Her passion for fitness, music and dance are all of the reasons she’s been a proud ZUMBA ambassador for almost a decade. Her easy to follow, guaranteed to work up a sweat routines have lead her to teach all over the US, the Caribbean, Mexico and Panama. She is also the Founder of the non-profit PROM PLUS NYC, an enrichment program for high school seniors entering into college.
    Ann Dragich | Tap Ann Dragich >> Tap
    Ann has been tap dancing in New York since 2008 after studying at the Eddie Brown Studio for the Arts (THE BEAT) with Gregg Geoffroy, Babs Yohai and Mark Mendonca. She is a member of Cole Collective under the direction of Nicole Ohr, and is a founding member of Guilty Pleasures Cabaret which has a regular performance slot at the Duplex Cabaret Theater. Ann has presented her own work at Dance Astoria, Stam- pede (Symphony Space), Director’s Choice Showcase, Local Produce and Winter Follies (produced by Spoke the Hub), Denise Caston’s “Choreographer’s Canvas”, Kat Wildish’s “Performing in New York” and Sol Dance Center’s “Dancesanity" (Frank SinatraSchool of the Arts). Ann is also in the step company “Momentum” and was featured in Rick Owens Spring 2014 Women’s show (Paris Fashion Week). Ann’s image from this show was on display at the MOMA as part of the “Is Fashion Modern?” exhibit. Ann presented work in the Emerging Choreographer’s Series curated by Mare Nostrom Elements, and was a Spring 2018 cycle AiRe Artist in Residence at Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana creating tap dance choreography, which she presented at Flamenco Certamen USA held at the NYPL Performing Arts Library at Lincoln Center. Ann holds a level 1 teaching certificate from the American Tap Dance Foundation and is currently working on her level 2 teaching certificate. She is on faculty at the New Jersey Performing arts Center, the American Tap Dance Foundation, Ballet Hispanico and The DreamYard Project. More information about Ann can be found on her website, anndragichandcompany.com
    Elodie Dufroux | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Elodie Dufroux >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
     Dwight Rhoden, Desmond Richardson | Contemporary Dwight Rhoden, Desmond Richardson >> Contemporary
    DWIGHT RHODEN - Master Choreographer/Artistic Director of CCB
    DESMOND RICHARDSON - Legendary Dancer/Artistic Director of CCB
    Marijke Eliasberg | Contemporary Marijke Eliasberg >> Contemporary
    Marijke Eliasberg (Co-Artistic Director: The Next Stage Project), from the Netherlands, has been dancing, teaching and choreographing for the past 18 years in New York City. She holds a BFA in Physical Education with a specialization in Dance. With TNSP, she travels around the world, teaching, creating and making exchange and performance projects possible.
    Mike Esperanza | Contemporary Mike Esperanza >> Contemporary
    Mike Esperanza has established himself as a sought after teacher and choreographer throughout the nation. With a BFA in graphic design from California State University, Fullerton, Mike's approach to visual construction has influenced a unique movement orchestration on stage. His works have been commissioned by prestigious college and university dance programs including Chapman University, Loyola Marymount University, UNLV, Cal State Long Beach, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, and Utah Valley University to name a few.
    Bakari Fall | African Based I Djoniba Dance Centre Bakari Fall >> African Based I Djoniba Dance Centre
    Bakari Fall is a dancer, choreographer from Dakar, Senegal trained in traditional and contemporary West African, Capoeira, and urban dances. He teaches Sabar, Kutiro, Serer, and AfroPop to all ages. Bakary has studied under Germaine and Patrick Acogny, Joe Bou Sange, Idy Kante, and Papa Sangone Vieira. He has performed throughout Algeria, Egypt, Lebanon, Senegal, and the United States with Angelique Kidjo, Youssou N’dour and many other companies.
    Arturo Fernandez | Ballet Arturo Fernandez >> Guest Teacher
    Since 1992, Arturo Fernandez has been the ballet master of Alonzo King's LINES Ballet. He is also the master teacher, choreographer and coach for LINES Ballet's Education Programs. His career in dance includes work as a professional dancer, choreographer, and master teacher. He has been an integral part of the San Francisco dance scene for over 25 years.
    Daniel Fetecua | Limón Daniel Fetecua >> Limón
    Daniel Fetecua Soto, a native of Bogotà, Colombia holds a BFA from Folkwang-Hochschule, Germany, and has appeared as guest artist in Pina Bausch’s masterpieces, Rite of Spring and Tannhäuser. Fetecua has also worked with La Fura Dels Baus, Kuo Chu Wu, and won a salsa award in the European Salsa Championship in 2004.
    Laja Field | Contemporary Laja Field >> Contemporary
    Laja Field, a Salt Lake City, UT native, graduated magna cum laude with a BFA in Dance from the University of Utah in 2012. In school she performed in pieces by Eric Handman, Satu Hummasti, Abby Fiat, Juan Carlos Claudio, guest artist Johannes Wieland and Kendra Portier, among others. In those years she also had the please of performing in two productions with the company RawMoves.
    Sindy Folgar | Ballet Sindy Folgar >> Ballet
    Sindy Folgar is a native of Guatemala where she began her studies receiving a BA from Escuela Nacional de Danza. She received a B.F.A in Dance from Marymount Manhattan College. Ms. Folgar holds a MA degree in Dance Education: Teaching Dance in the Professions The American Ballet Theater Pedagogy from New York University. Sindy Folgar is an ABT Certified Teacher, who has successfully completed the ABT Teacher Training Intensives in Primary through Level 7 and partnering. She is an Adjunct instructor at Sacred Heart University, and has taught at summer dance Intensives at New York University and The Ailey School. Ms. Folgar is the former Associate Artistic Director of the In Motion Dance Company and the former Director of Corps Ballet Ensemble with the Performing Arts Center of Connecticut.
    Antonia Franceschi | Ballet Antonia Franceschi >> Ballet
    Antonia Franceschi is a Time Out Award Winner for Outstanding Acheivement in Dance. As a young dancer she attended The High School Of Performing Arts for Drama when during her Junior year was selected for the film Grease and shortly thereafter for character Hilary van Dorine in the film ‘Fame’. She was then selected by George Balanchine and was fortunate to dance with Makarova and Company as a soloist, and be partnered by Sir Anthony Dowell in Bach Sonata by Bejart before joining The New York City Ballet.
    Jenn Freeman | Contemporary Jenn Freeman >> Guest Teacher
    Jenn Freeman is an American teacher, choreographer, and dancer based in New York City. This past year, she was commissioned to create pieces for Marymount Manhattan College and Wayne State University. She also presented work at The Reverb Dance Festival and The Y Cabaret. Recently, she choreographed Avan Lava’s music video, “Wanna Live”, directed by Alexander Hammer.
     Frostlock | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Frostlock >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Born and raised in Spanish Harlem, NYC, Noel Rodriguez has been dancing for over 15years. He started training with the non-profit organization KR3T’s (Keep Rising to the Top, Inc.), where he is teaching, under the direction of choreographer Violet Galagarza. Noel has toured internationally with such artists as Lumidee, Paula Deanda, and with the Feliciano Dance Company. Noel has performed numerous times with Nexx Level, a Hip Hop dance entertainment company founded by choreographer Bam Bam, as well as Mop Top Ent, a dance company founded by hip hop pioneer Buddah Stretch. Mr. Rodriguez, a.k.a. “Frost Lock has danced on Good Morning America, and Live with Regis and Kelly, and has also danced in productions for the Puerto Rican Day Parade. Frost won his first Locking competition at 20 years old and has been building his skills as a Locker ever since. He has been studying with world renowned Locker Shocka Lock, and as one part of the PJ Lockers with Nobuya Nagahama.
    Diego Funes | Contemporary Diego Funes >> Contemporary
    Diego Funes attended the School of American Ballet and later danced with the Cincinnati Ballet and Teatro dell’Opera di Roma. He is one of New York's leading Contemporary Dance instructors and choregraphers. He has performed in and choreographed many theater productions. He is the artistic director of De Funes Dance Company.
    Marcus Galante | Ballet Marcus Galante >> Ballet
    Marcus Galante has worked extensively as a teacher and choreographer throughout the world. Trained at the American Ballet Theatre School and the School of American Ballet, he was also a trainee at the Harkness Ballet in NYC. Some of his teachers include Patricia Wilde, Richard Rapp, Stanley Williams and George Balanchine. He went on to dance with many companies such as the Chicago Lyric Ballet under Maria Tallchief, Cleveland Ballet, Cincinnati Ballet, Eglevsky Ballet and was a soloist with the National Ballet of South Africa C.A.P.A.B. performing the classical repertoire and was an apprentice with New York City Ballet. On Broadway, he sang, danced and acted in A Chorus Line, Pippin, Carousel and other shows. He has also worked in Opera, film and in television with Shirley MacLain.
     Gallim Dance | Contemporary Gallim Dance >> Contemporary
    Gallim Dance, a New York-based contemporary dance company, creates and performs worldwide original work by artistic director, founder, and 2014 Guggenheim Fellow, Andrea Miller. Founded in 2007, Gallim quickly captured the attention of fellow artists, presenters, and audiences with its award-winning work, ensemble of dancers, and a fearless physicality grounded by deep humanity and expressed through the madness and joy of the imagination. The company also provides NEA-recognized educational programming to dancers and non-dancers in its home studio in Brooklyn and beyond.
    Chris Gayle | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Chris Gayle >> Guest Teacher
    Chris Gayle, born and raised in Los Angeles California, has appeared on many television shows like AGT and guest staring on episodes of So You Think You Can Dance as well as being an assistant choreographer for the show for seasons 10-12. She then went on to choreographing and performing for more live shows by herself with Eric Bellinger for his Easy Call Tour and Mike G at Tyler the Creator’s annual festival “Camp Flog Gnaw.” As a dancer Gayle has performed side by side with Serayah from “EMPIRE” , MC Hammer and toured with Disney Channel.
    Korie Genius | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Korie Genius >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Korie Genius was born in Kingston, Jamaica and grew up in Brooklyn, New York. He has been studying dance for many years and is well-versed in many styles including hip hop, dancehall, flexing, krumping and popping. Korie’s roots in the culture of dancehall has led to a career in this art form. Korie strives to make his class accessible to all levels of learners by mixing simple grooves and movements with more intricate choreography.
    Julia Gleich | Ballet Julia Gleich >> Ballet
    Julia K. Gleich has just returned from teaching abroad where she held posts at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in London and at London Studio Centre where she was Head of Choreography. She is the Artistic Director of Gleich Dances and is the co-Founder of arts group Norte Maar. Alongside kinesiological principles and mental imagery she creates a a holistic approach to the art form.
    Christopher & Lauren Grant | Contemporary Christopher & Lauren Grant >> Contemporary
    It is unlike most traditional partnering, having the man lead and showcasing the woman. The dancers must develop a mutual nonverbal language through movement. For Lauren and Chris, partnering is a shared experience between all bodies involved. It blurs the lines between who’s leading whom and is a true conversation between the couple and/or group.
    Yancy Greene | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Yancy Greene >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Yancy Greene is a professional dancer born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. Dancing since the tender age of 8. Yancy has professionally trained at institutions such as Alvin Ailey, Broadway Dance Center, PMT and EXPG. As well as taught at PMT dance studio, Alvin Ailey, Gibney Dance studio, Steps on Broadway, Peri Dance Capezio Center, Harlem School of the Arts and in various schools in Brooklyn through CORA dance based in Red Hook Brooklyn. His credits include Saturday Night Live, FX’s POSE, 2018’s VMA’s with Travis Scott. Asistant choreographer for 2019’s Broadway Bares “Take Off” Carnival.
    Emily Greenwell | Contemporary Emily Greenwell >> Contemporary
    Emily Greenwell was raised in Michigan and in 2009 moved to New York City. She completed The Professional Semester at Broadway Dance Center, and has most recently continued her training studying with Erica Sobol in “The Gypsy Project: LA”. Upon moving to New York, Emily booked a tour with “Oz the Musical”, directed by American Idol finalist, Todrick Hall. Emily can be seen as a featured dancer on the Wendy Williams Season 5 TV Promo, choreographed by Luam and Derek Mitchell.
    Luz Guzman | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Luz Guzman >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Luz Guzman, Born in the Dominican Republic and raised in the Bronx from a young age is a voguer representing The House of Amazon. She has been vogueing since 2016 walking the category of women’s performance. She has debuted on FX’s Pose, Nike’s Be True campaign in 2017, and recently performed at World Pride NYC. She continues to evolve and grow within the ballroom scene as a versatile competitor of several categories.
    Paris Hairston | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Paris Hairston >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Has a degree in dance from Borough of Manhattan Community College-CUNY Paris has been dancing since the age of two. He has been a featured dancer on several tours from 1985- present. Paris “Greeneyes”Ninja was the first Voguer to dance on a major hip-hop tour with legendary artists such as: Stetsasonic, Run DMC, Salt & Pepa, Roxanne Roxanne, Father MC, Heavy Dee and several other notable artists.
    Chris Hale | Contemporary Chris Hale >> Contemporary
     Rachel Hamrick >> Body Conditioning
    Angela Harriell | Jazz/Theater Angela Harriell >> Jazz/Theater
    Angela Harriell is the director and choreographer of the New York based theatrical dance company, The Love Show Dancers. The Public Theater, Vogue magazine, TNT Drama, Banksy, The BBC, and Dom Perignon have commissioned pieces from her, and she has created and directed four original Off Broadway productions, including the very popular Nutcracker: Rated R, selling out in its runs over the past seven seasons. Angela has choreographed multiple musicals, music videos and industrials, and she has toured Tokyo, Rome and Egypt with her company. Her work can be seen glittering on nightlife stages as well as dinner shows, private events, casinos, museums, and the off Broadway stage. She often looks for potential new talent in her classes for future shows and events.
    DaJuan Harris | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles DaJuan Harris >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    DaJuan Harris is a NYC/NJ based performer, choreographer, and instructor. Graduating from The Joffrey Ballet School, he served as a trainee in the Jazz and Contemporary program under the direction of Michael Blake. Along with training at the Joffrey Ballet School, DaJuan began his formal dance training at the young age of nine, with Cynthia Jones at the Academy of Performing Arts. After graduating he then attended Rosa L. Parks School of Fine and Performing Arts training under the direction of Erin Pride. During DaJuan's training, he received full scholarships to train at Perry Mansfield Winter Intensive at The Juilliard School, Ballet Forte at Wings Conservatory, New Jersey Dance Theater Ensemble, Mason Gross School of the Arts, and The Joffrey Ballet School.
    Yuki Hasegawa | Body Conditioning Yuki Hasegawa >> Body Conditioning
    Yuki Hasegawa is a native of Japan. She holds her MA in Dance and Dance Education from NYU, and her BA from Kobe College in Japan. As a dancer and actress, she performed in major musical productions in Tokyo, such as Oliver, Golden Boy, SANADA, No, No, Nanette, and Little House on the Prairie, as well as in Japanese TV dramas and commercial films.
    Liethis Hechavarria | African Based I Djoniba Dance Centre Liethis Hechavarria >> African Based I Djoniba Dance Centre
    Originally from Santiago De Cuba, Ms. Hechavarria received her early training as a dancer with Danys “La Mora” Perez Prades director of OyuOro Afro Cuban experimental ensemble in New York City and Sergio Hechavarria Gallardo director of Folklorico de Oriente, Cutumba.
    Ryan Heffington | Jazz/Theater Ryan Heffington >> Jazz/Theater
    Two-time Grammy nominated choreographer, director and performance artist, Ryan Heffington is a leading voice in contemporary movement. Awarded Performing Arts Innovator of the Year (2017) by the Wall Street Journal, Ryan’s choreography became a worldwide sensation with the debut of Sia’s music videos for 1000 Forms of Fear, including “Chandelier”, which has been viewed nearly 2 billion times, making it one of the most watched music videos in history. His work can be seen in television, film and on stages around the world, including his most recent work for Edgar Wright’s critically-acclaimed film Baby Driver, Netflix’s groundbreaking television series The OA, and Spike Jonze’s commercials for Kenzo (winner, 2017 Cannes Lions Festival) and Apple’s “Welcome Homepod” featuring FKA Twigs.
    Colin Heininger | Contemporary Colin Heininger >> Contemporary
    Originally from Pennsylvania, Colin Heininger is a current member of Peridance Contemporary Dance Company, Here, he has performed works by Igal Perry, Adam Barruch, Norbert de la Cruz, Marlena Wolfe, and Jae Man Joo.
    Rachel M. Hettinger | Contemporary Rachel M. Hettinger >> Contemporary
    Originally from Pennsylvania, Rachel moved to NYC to train at Broadway Dance Center as an intern in their Scholarship Program, and then continued her training with the Pushing Progress Contemporary Training Program focusing on contemporary movement and anatomy.

    Jana Hicks | Contemporary Jana Hicks >> Contemporary
    Jana Hicks, a native of Texas, holds a BFA in dance from SMU and performed with a variety of companies and choreographers including Max Stone and The Kevin Wynn Collection. She is currently Co- Artistic Director of The Next Stage Project and has taught and choreographed for over 25 years in the US and abroad. Jana teaches Contemporary dance at Peridance Capezio Center, Steps on Broadway, and The Joffrey Ballet Center.
    Nikki Holck | Ballet Nikki Holck >> Ballet
    Nikki Holck is from Honolulu, Hawaii where she began her dance training at Queen Emma Ballet.She continued her studies on scholarship at North Carolina School of the Arts. Nikki graduated from Canada's National Ballet School, where she also completed her post secondary studies. Upon graduation, she joined the National Ballet of Canada. She moved to New York to join Peridance Contemporary Dance Company under the direction of Igal Perry.
     Guanglei Hui | Contemporary Guanglei Hui >> Contemporary
    Guanglei Hui independent artist, choreographer, dancer and teacher. He studied at The Russian National Ballet Dance Academy from 2001- 2003 and earned a major in Choreography/ Classical Ballet Performance with Education. While studying in Russia, he took second place in the Russian International Dance Competition. He is an Adjunct Professor of Queens College and Artistic Director of Cross Move lab.
     HUMA | Contemporary HUMA >> Contemporary
    HUMA is the resident arts collective at Arts On Site NYC, a non profit organization dedicated to supporting the development of artists. The collective furthers the mission of the organization to encourage artistic collaboration by creating opportunities for artists to create new works and engaging a broader arts community. HUMA provides movement classes, community outreach, and performances both nationally and internationally. HUMA's Artistic Directors are a collection of artists from dance and visual art including Chelsea Ainsworth, Kyle Netzeband, Doron Perk, and Jessica Smith. Bringing together multiple experiences from international travels and professional outreach, the present work is influenced by a wide range of different cultures and seeks to become a forum for storytelling world-wide.
    Tsai Hsi Hung | Contemporary Tsai Hsi Hung >> Contemporary
    Shelly Hutchinson | Contemporary Shelly Hutchinson >> Contemporary
    Shelly Hutchinson is a choreographer, instructor, dancer, actress and producer in New York City. She has been a Contemporary and Musical Theater choreographer for “So You Think You Can Dance” Ukraine for the last four seasons also on the creative teams and performed in operas such as Candide, Samson and Delilah, and Aida as associate choreographer and assistant director.
     Huu Rock | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Huu Rock >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Dancer, Instructor, CEO/Co-Founder of “MELLOW ANIMALS”. Born in Kochi, Japan. Started B-boying in his hometown and a member of the Bboy crew, “Spin Crew”. Since he came to NYC, came in touch with various styles of dancing, music and culture, was drawn into the world of art still more. Also met his mentor Ejoe Wilson, felt warmth and freedom of dancing, became a member of his dance company “Beyond Phenomenon”. From street, battle and club, his stage has been expanded to such as Dance Studio, TV, Music Video and Theatre.
    Mathew James | Contemporary Mathew James >> Contemporary
    Mathew James is originally from Winters, CA; he is currently a resident of the Manhattan borough. He earned his MFA at Tisch School of the Arts in Performance & Choreography, as well as his Yoga teaching certification at The Perri Institute of Mind and Body. He received his BA in Dance, Jewish Studies, and Business Administration at Loyola Marymount University
    Chris Jarosz | Jazz/Theater Chris Jarosz >> Jazz/Theater
    Christopher Jarosz has been teaching and dancing professionally for over a decade. After his childhood dance training, he was accepted to the prestigious Southern Methodist University dance program on scholarship. At SMU, Chris studied ballet, modern, and jazz, and performed works by Twyla Tharp, Alvin Ailey, William Forsythe, Paul Taylor as well as many others. His choreography at SMU was featured multiple times in the Best of Student Choreography showcases. In 2008, Chris competed as one of the top 20 dancers on the fourth season of the hit reality TV show So You Think You Can Dance. There, he had the honor of working with Mia Michaels, Tyce Diorio, Wade Robson, and Tabitha and Napoleon. After the show, Chris returned to college where he graduated with a BFA in dance. Immediately after graduation, he became an original cast member of Cirque Du Soleil's Viva ELVIS! in Las Vegas. Chris represented Cirque Du Soleil on many television shows, such as So You Think You Can Dance, Dancing With the Stars, The Bachelor, and The Emmy’s. His work in TV/Film continued in LA with features on Glee, Fuller House, ABC's The Secret Life of an American teenager, Toyota 2015, LA LA Land (Choreographer Mandy Moore) and Behind the Candelabra (choreographer Marguerite Derricks). He was paired with JLO on her "Dance Again" single album cover, and performed alongside Taylor Swift in her VMA’s “Shake It Off” performance. Chris continued his work with Cirque Du Soleil as an IRIS cast member at the Kodak theater. In 2016, he moved to NYC to be an original cast member of Radio City’s summer show, The New York Spectacular. The following year, he booked the National Tour of the hit Broadway show WICKED. Chris continues to reside in NYC where he works commercially with artists such as Derek and Julianne Hough, Betty Who, Stacey Tookey, Spencer Liff, Vincent Paterson, Bonnie Story, Mia Michaels, Rich and Tone, Al Blackstone, Nick Henkel, Zach Woodlee and Brooke Lipton on many different programs and platforms, some including Good Morning America and The Today show. His latest work has been with Tanisha Scott on Sex, Drugs and Rock and Roll; Chris Scott on In The Heights; James Alsop on Devil Wears Prada. His dancing will be featured this upcoming Met Season as one of the dancers in their production of Der Fliegende Hollaander. Chris' classes and choreography take him all over the United States and the world.
     Kate Jewett | Contemporary Kate Jewett >> Contemporary
    Shen Wei Dance Arts creates interdisciplinary, cross-cultural performance for forward-looking audiences. Each work by Artistic Director Shen Wei develops an original dance vocabulary incorporating visual and storytelling elements from the theater, Chinese opera, Eastern philosophy, traditional and contemporary visual art, and sculpture. The result, at turns figurative and abstract, combines performance with strong scenic elements to create a fascinating fantasy in movement.
    Aubrey Johnson | Jazz/Theater Aubrey Johnson >> Jazz/Theater
    Aubrey Johnson is a New York-based vocalist, composer, and educator who specializes in jazz, Brazilian, and creative contemporary music with and without words. She holds a Master of Music degree in jazz performance from the New England Conservatory and is set to release her debut album under saxophonist Greg Osby’s new record label Inner Circle Music within the next year. In 2011 she joined the voice department at the Berklee College of Music in Boston, becoming their youngest current voice teacher.
    Lydia Johnson | Contemporary Lydia Johnson >> Guest Teacher
    Lydia Johnson is originally from Massachussetts and founded Lydia Johnson Dance in 1999. Her distinctive choreography captures a sense of the depth and spirit of the human struggle and is profoundly linked to the music to which it is set. Ms Johnson has taught choreography in many New York venues and at arts centers in New Jersey.
    Margaret Jones | Body Conditioning Margaret Jones >> Body Conditioning
    Margaret Jones hails from Raleigh, North Carolina where she grew up dancing competitively. She continued her training at University of North Carolina School of the Arts, where she received a BFA in Contemporary Dance in 2015. Since moving to New York Margaret has performed with BARE Dance company, Abarukas, Depth Dance, Inclined Dance, among others, both nationally and internationally. She received her Mat Pilates certification through Linda Ferrel, under her LindaFit program in 2016 and is currently working towards her NASM personal training certification. Margaret currently teaches mat and modified reformer classes at Flex Studios and RISE by We.
    Jae Man Joo | Ballet Jae Man Joo >> Ballet
    Jae Man Joo is Korean Born Artist, He is a Recipient Of Princess Grace Award For excellence In choreography in 2009. Past 20 years He Worked With Complexions Contemporary Ballet, Served as the Associate Artistic Director, Ballet Master. Joo Started Classical Ballet training In South Korea Where he was born And raised. In 1996, He Received The Best Individual Artist Award From The Bagnolet International Dance Festival In Paris, France. He Was A Principal Dancer At Complexions Contemporary Ballet And Ballet Hispanico.
    Mariyah Jossick | African Based I Djoniba Dance Centre Mariyah Jossick >> African Based I Djoniba Dance Centre
    Mariyah is a dance artist/choreographer/instructor. In addition to her performance of classic Oriental Dance, Mariyah is a theatrical artist. Drawing on her study of a variety of dance and movement forms, and her passion for myth, mysticism and poetry to create dances which evoke archetypal figures and a journey of the spirit. Distinguished by her graceful and evocative dance style, she has performed countless shows for weddings, events, and cabaret and theater stages in the NYC area and beyond. She is a member of the Dalia Carella Dance Collective since 2001, a cofounder of Entelechy Dance Theater and Infinity Bellydance, a performer with project "Bella Gaia" and coproducer of the Siren Revival and New York Oryantal Parti performance series
     Jungle | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Jungle >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Shango Bartley also known as Jungle is a second generation New york based dancer specializing in house and hiphop. Bringing the essence of New york street dance to the studio. Shango brings a new aged way to approach house and dance in general.
    Kenichi Kasamatsu | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Kenichi Kasamatsu >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    His most recent exposure includes being featured in Mark Ronson’s latest music video “I Can’t Lose” choreographed by the power dance couple, Keone and Mariel Madrid. On this journey Ken has met and worked closely with a lot of amazing choreographers such as Neil Schwartz, Gigi Torres, Jared Jenkins to name a few. He has made the cast to numerous performances in New York’s most hype dance events such as Carnival and Sybarite for the choreographers mentioned above.
    Yuka Kawazu | Ballet Yuka Kawazu >> Ballet
    In the past, Yuka has served as ballet mistress for the Staten Island Ballet Company among others. Yuka is a regular faculty member at several New York City studios, including Ballet Arts and Broadway Dance Center. She was also a faculty member of New Dance Group and the 92nd Street Y Harkness Dance Center. She has choreographed performances at several theaters including the Alvin Ailey Theater, Symphony Space, The Sylvia & Danny Kaye Playhouse, the Duplex and the Triad Theaters and for several dance companies.
    Simon Kazantsev | Ballet Simon Kazantsev >> Ballet
    Miles Keeney | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Miles Keeney >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Miles Keeney born in Hong Kong but raised in the New York City area, is an NYC based professional dancer, choreographer, and teacher. He's represented by MSA talent agency, and has worked commercially in both New York and Los Angeles. His credit span across live performances, tv, music video, and film and recently have included dancing for Samsung, Ru Paul's Drag Race, Silentó, Jason Derulo, and Calvin Chen.
    Raphaëlle Kessedjian | Modern Raphaëlle Kessedjian >> Modern
    Raphaëlle received her dance training at the Centre choreographique Veronique Thery and The Rick Odums Institute in France before coming to the Martha Graham school in New York City with a merit scholarship. There she danced for Graham II until 2009. She was a teacher at the Graham School for the Young Artist Program. She assisted Marnie Thomas at Peridance Capezio center and Adelphi University.
    Raeman Kilfoil | Ballet Raeman Kilfoil >> Ballet
    Professional ballet dancer, Raeman Kilfoil, is performing, teaching and coaching. Raeman began his training in Long Island, New York, and then at the School of American Ballet with Stanley Williams, Jock Soto, and Damien Woetzel. He then went on to study with Francois Perron, Patricia McBride and Edward Villella, in New York City, and with Violette Verdy and Goping Wang, at Indiana University Bloomington, in Bloomington, IN.
    Sun Kim | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Sun Kim >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Kangseon Kim, as known as Sun Kim started with break dancing, then found the style of popping, which she just fell in love with. A few years later, she joined Sweety Boogie, one of the best female popping crews in Korea. She won several competitions such as Step Ya Game Up 2014, Book of styles 2014, Immortal Street Dance battle 2013, Style 4 Style 2012 and was the top 8 at UK B-Boy championship world final as USA popping representative.
    Alice Klock | Contemporary Alice Klock >> Contemporary
    Alice Klock trained at numerous ballet company schools, Interlochen Arts Academy, and the Alonzo King's Lines BFA program. She joined Hubbard Street Dance Chicago in 2009 where she danced until 2018. Alongside performing she has created choreographic work for Hubbard Street, Whim W’Him, Peridance Contemporary Dance Company, LA Contemporary Dance Company, The Alonzo King LINES BFA, The Juilliard School, The Cambrians, Loyola University, Neos Dance Theater, Visceral Dance Chicago, and NW Dance Project's LAUNCH. She has been a winner of numerous choreographic competitions including Hubbard Street's International Commissioning Project, NW Dance Project's Pretty Creatives International Choreographic Competition, and Whim W’him’s Choreographic Shindig. In 2017 she was named Hubbard Street's Choreographic Fellow and in 2018 was named one of Dance Magazine’s 25 to Watch. She also choreographs and performs work as part of FLOCK, a co-choreography company she founded with Florian Lochner in 2017.
    Roni Koresh | Contemporary Roni Koresh >> Contemporary
    Roni Koresh is an Israeli- American choreographer whose style represents his experience in both cultures. From his time in Israel which included Israeli folk dance, performance with Martha Graham’s Batsheva 2 Dance Company and his enlistment in the Israeli army, the style draws its strong sense of humanity, sweeping circle patterns, military precision and Middle Eastern flavor.
    Nicholas Korkos | Contemporary Nicholas Korkos >> Contemporary
    Nicholas Korkos has performed with Alonzo King LINES Ballet, Les Ballet Jazz de Montreal, Aszure Barton & Artists, Hubbard Street 2, San Francisco Dance Works, Loni Landon Dance Project, Zhukov Dance Theatre, Robert Moses' KIN, project agora, tinypistol, Opera Omaha, San Francisco Opera and multiple times with the San Francisco Symphony, including a restaged version of On the Town with the original Broadway revival cast.
    Graciela Kozak | Ballet Graciela Kozak >> Ballet
    Graciela Kozak danced with the Bat-Dor and Bat-Sheva companies in Israel, and the Peridance Ensemble in NY. Graciela joined the Peridance Faculty in 1985 and the faculty of the Ailey School in 2002. Her classes are for dancers of all backgrounds and accentuate the prevention of injuries through correct alignment. She stresses placement, breathing, dynamics, musicality, vocabulary, use of space, and most importantly, the joy of dancing.
    Logan Kruger | Limón Logan Kruger >> Limón
    Logan Frances Kruger was born and raised in Atlanta, GA. She trained with Annette Lewis and Pamala Jones- Malavé, among many others. Kruger was a full time member of Good Moves, a children’s modern dance repertory company, directed by Annette Lewis, from 1993- 2003. She went on to receive her BFA in dance from The Juilliard School, under the direction of Larry Rhodes. Professionally, Kruger has collaborated extensively with Michelle Mola, including her work with The Troupe, a band of dancers co-directed by Mola and Zack Winokur. Additionally, she has performed and toured with various companies and choreographers, such as Adam H. Weinert, Shen Wei Dance Arts and Jonah Bokaer. Kruger joined the Limón Dance Company in 2009.
    Dan Lai | Contemporary Dan Lai >> Contemporary
    Dan Lai was born and raised in New York, NY. He started dancing when he was as teenager and fell in love right away. With the opportunity to train with top choreographers in the industry, he experimented with various styles, including contemporary, jazz, street jazz and hip hop. He has taken what he's learned and fused the different styles together to create his own unique movement.
    Gabrielle Lamb | Ballet Gabrielle Lamb >> Ballet
    Gabrielle Lamb is an American choreographer based in New York City, where she directs her company, Pigeonwing Dance. Her work also been presented by the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, BalletX (Philadelphia), Whim W’him (Seattle), Ballet Collective (NYC), Dark Circles (Dallas), Sacramento Ballet, Milwaukee Ballet, Ballet Austin, Ballet Memphis, Kansas City Ballet, SALT Dance (Utah), Dance on Camera at Lincoln Center, and the American Dance Festival.
    Cristian Laverde-Koenig  | Contemporary Cristian Laverde-Koenig >> Contemporary
    Cristian Laverde-Koenig was born in Cali, Colombia and received his professional training at The Instituto Colombiano de Ballet (Incolballet) and The Escuela Nacional de Ballet de Cuba under a full scholarship. He has been a soloist for The Ballet Nacional de Cuba, Ballet de Cali, Hartford Ballet and Ballet Internationale, and a principal dancer for the Maximum Dance Company, the Milwaukee Ballet and the Slovak National Ballet. Mr. König's repertoire includes principal roles in classical and contemporary ballets ranging from Petipa to Balanchine, Tharp to Graham, creating principal roles in works by contemporary choreographers such as Maurice Causey and Karole Armitage. Mr. König has been the recipient of prestigious national and international awards and is a freelance artist in his eighth season with AG!D.
    Youran Lee | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Youran Lee >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Youran is a dancer from San Diego, California who began her dance career in the styles of jazz, tap, and contemporary at 9 years old. However, under the mentorship of KJ Gonzales and Keone Madrid, she decided to train primarily as a hip hop/urban dancer in high school, joining award-winning junior teams, Syde FX and Ill Habits, and becoming the founder of her high school’s co-ed urban dance team. Youran has served as the youngest artistic director of the award-winning team, The Neighbors, is a member of Bo Park’s dance collective, Shinsa, and created her own exhibition team, YLDC. She is currently also teaching weekly urban dance classes at House of Movement and working as a children’s dance teacher and youth development instructor with Kids in the Game.
    Anabella Lenzu | Body Conditioning Anabella Lenzu >> Body Conditioning
    Anabella Lenzu is a dancer, choreographer, and teacher with over 15 years experience working in Argentina, Chile, Italy, and the USA. She is the artistic director of Anabella Lenzu / DanceDrama and draws on her diverse background to create thought-provoking and socially-conscious dance- theatre in the interest of improving our human condition.
       Limón Rotating Faculty | Limón Limón Rotating Faculty >> Limón
    Advanced Limón classes are taught on a rotating basis by the Limón faculty.
    Sabrina Lobner | Modern Sabrina Lobner >> Modern
    Sabrina Lobner received her training from the Northwest Florida Ballet under the direction of Todd Eric Allen. While there, she studied extensively with Dorothy Daniels Lister of Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, and performed works by Fernando Bujones, Winthrop Corey, Katia Garza, and Sean Nguyen-Hilton, among others. Upon graduating high school, Sabrina joined Martha Graham Dance Company's second company, Graham 2. Graham repertory performed includes "Woman in White" in Diversion of Angels and the solos Frontier and Satyric Festival Song. She performed the classic modern solo En Dolor by Ethel Winter, and originated roles in works by Virginie Mécène and Adam Barruch. She apprenticed with Buglisi Dance Theatre and was featured in the ensemble of an AEA showcase of On the Town, directed by Richard Stafford and choreographed by Elizabeth Troxler. She continues to work with Elizabeth Troxler and had the pleasure of performing in her show Free to Be in New York City. Sabrina is currently a company member of Sheep Meadow Dance Theatre, directed by Billy Blanken.
    Cein Lockafeller | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Cein Lockafeller >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Cein Lockefeller started his dancing at 2001 with breaking. He kept practicing his skill until 2006 when he saw his then-future teacher Locking Khan in South Korea. Later Cein with his irregular-yet-creative style caught the attention, but he went back to the style’s origin and studied the history of locking, then shared what he learned and discovered to fellow Koreans through a platform Lockorea that eventually attracted the viewers not only regional but global.
    Kate Loh | Ballet Kate Loh >> Ballet
    Kate Loh began her training at the Atlanta Ballet Center for Dance Education and went on to train in New York City at Studio Maestro and the Joffrey Ballet. Professionally she has performed a wide range of classical and contemporary roles with Charleston Ballet Theater, Connecticut Ballet, Staten Island Ballet, Neglia Ballet Artists in Buffalo,NY and New York City based companies: Continuum/Contemporary Ballet, Some Dance Company, Morales Dance, Danse En L'air and CelloPointe.
    Max Luna | Modern Max Luna >> Modern
    Soraya Lundy | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Soraya Lundy >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Soraya Lundy studied at the Frank Sinatra School of the Arts, the Alvin Ailey School, and the Martha Graham Center of Contemporary Dance. She trained in Hip Hop at the BLADE Dance Academy. She has choreographed pieces for Nike and Adidas, assisted Nu Stylz for VH1’s Hip Hop Honors 2009 commercial with Tracey Morgan, has put together stage performances for artist like NINA Sky and JYP artist G Soul, and choreographed her first music video to Erika June's “Work the Middle,” which is on the sound track of film Step-Up 3D.
    Erin Lyons | Body Conditioning Erin Lyons >> Body Conditioning
    Erin Lyons grew up in Lynbrook, New York and graduated from Roger Williams University where she studied Dance & Performance Studies and Global Communications. She is a contemporary dancer based in New York who is passionate about choreography, performance, and the body. As well as being a choreographer and dancer, Erin is a fitness and stretch instructor. Erin uses her background in kinesiology to motivate her students to focus on alignment, anatomy, and the understanding of the individuals boundaries in class.
    JoLea Maffei | Modern JoLea Maffei >> Modern
    JoLea Maffei is a master teacher of the Horton technique and has been teaching Horton in New York City for over twenty years. She has been on the faculties of Marymount Manhattan College, New York University, City College of New York, and Ballet Arts at City Center, and is currently on faculty at Hofstra University. She has taught at summer festivals including Hunter College Summer Sampler, Jacob’s Pillow, Internationale Tanz Wochen in Vienna, Austria, and the Cleo Parker Robinson Summer Festival in Denver, Colorado.
     Maguette | African Based I Djoniba Dance Centre Maguette >> African Based I Djoniba Dance Centre
    Maguette Camara is a recognized West African choreographer, musician and teacher who is based in New York City. Mr. Camara began his career with the Ballet Bougarabou Dance Company. He has performed and presented workshops in Morocco, Canada, Senegal, and the United States. He teaches both African dance and drum to all levels and all ages.
    Edson Maldonado | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Edson Maldonado >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Edson Maldonado was born and raised in Paterson, NJ. He grew up around people of different cultures and backgrounds which in turn helped shape his way of moving and interpretation of music. In 2011, he auditioned for and became a member of New Jersey's, Project D Dance Company. Furthering his training more seriously with a competitive team, Edson eventually became a co-artistic director helping lead Project D to multiple 1st place performances. After stepping down,
    Leiomy Maldonado | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Leiomy Maldonado >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    I was introduced to voguing 11 years ago through the Ballroom Scene, in which I began competing. Around 2009, a group of friends and I decided to audition for America's Best Dance Crew. Through an amazing journey, we eventually made it to the top five. By then I developed an amazing fan base, which led me to be blessed with opportunities and appearing in a few videos. For example, Willow Smith's "Whip My Hair", Icona Pop "All Night", and to travel across the world teaching workshops.
     Marie | African Based I Djoniba Dance Centre Marie >> African Based I Djoniba Dance Centre
    Marie Basse-Wiles began her professional careers at the age of nine and began teaching at 12 as a member of the Ballet National of Senegal. She has performed with the Ballet National of Senegal and the Koumpo Dance Company, under the direction of Ibrahima Camara. She has won numerous awards and has created numerous ballets including a piece archived at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts.
    Salise Marin | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Salise Marin >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Salise Marin was born and raised in New York City, but currently lives in Los Angeles. She began her Artistic Career as a Competitive Figure Skater and transitioned into being a Professional Dancer. Salise has had the absolute pleasure of assisting choreographers in various genres of dance such as Lane Napper (Musical Theatre), Lizz Picini (Musical Theatre), Jona Biddle (Hip-Hop), and Frida Persson (Heels), as well as many other well known instructors in New York City and around the Country.
    Alex Mata | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Alex Mata >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Originally from the Dominican Republic, Alex Mata (A- Lex) began his training at Casa de Danza in Santiago. He joined DA 21, a street-styled based dance crew during its foundational years. At the age of 18, Alex moved to the United States where he often traveled to New York to further his training. At EXPG, he met E-Solo who introduced him to the style of Lite Feet and since then Alex has invested in the style through class, sessions, and battles with other prominent Lite Feet figures such as Chrybaby Cozie and Ki-nen. Alex’s career highlights so far include performing at the Apollo Theater for “Breakin’ Convention 2017” with The Bwreckfast Club, being a member of both Project D and the Chosen Few Dance Company, and most recently being named a semi-finalist at LiteFest 2019 in London. Alex has also won numerous battles including Primetime Jam II 2017, Prove Your Groove 2018, as well as Mega Fusion and Versa both in 2019. He has been performing with Crespita Entertainment since 2015 at numerous high-end events, such as for Telemundo and J Balvin. Alex continues to teach, train, and battle along the Northeast coast.
    Jim May | Limón Jim May >> Guest Teacher
    As founder of the Sokolow Theatre/Dance Ensemble, Jim May’s goal is to expand the art of dance to include the other arts (music, theater, painting, literature), working toward a progressive new style of theater/dance. Mr. May was a devoted disciple of Anna Sokolow for 35 years and co-artistic director of her dance company, Players’ Project, since 1980.
    Michaela McGowan | Contemporary Michaela McGowan >> Contemporary
    Michaela, a Virginia native, received her early dance training at The Loudoun School of Ballet, and went on to receive her BFA with honors from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, class of 2012. Most recently she was a dancer in Broadway Dance Lab’s Spring 2018 cycle where she had the opportunity to work with Josh Prince (BDL Artistic Director), Robbie Fairchild, Loni Landon, and Ray Mercer.
    Maeghan McHale | Jazz/Theater Maeghan McHale >> Jazz/Theater
    Maeghan McHale, named one of Dance Magazine’s Top 25 to Watch in 2010, was born in Baltimore, MD. She studied at the Baltimore School for the Arts where she performed works by David Parsons, David Grenke, and John Clifford. She received a scholarship to Dance Theatre of Harlem, where she performed with the Dancing Through Barriers Ensemble. While living in NYC Maeghan studied at Steps on Broadway and performed with Extended Dance Company, as well as Off-Broadway under the direction of Tony Award Winner Hinton Battle. She has also participated in Jazz Dance World Congress, The Miss America Parade, and Dancers Responding to Aids Benefit. In 2005 Maeghan received a scholarship to the Giordano Dance School, and in 2006 became a performing apprentice. 2007 marked her first season with Giordano Dance Chicago, and has enjoyed 12 seasons performing in places such as Hawaii, Latvia, Germany, Luxembourg, Austria, Netherlands, Turkey, Guatemala, Italy and Israel. Along with establishing herself as a dancer, she has also had the opportunity to set her own work on the GII Company. Maeghan has had her work performed on the Joyce Theater Stage, through Dancin Downtown at The Joyce, as part of the DRA Benefit. In 2011 her piece “Angelica” won the Performance Award and performed in NYC for Central Park Summer Stage. Her piece “If” also part of the DRA Benefit in 2013 won the Performance Award and they performed for Central Park Summer Stage as well. Her Choreography has been recognized with awards such as Outstanding Choreography/Choreographer. Regional Ensemble Winner and Outstanding Choreography Award at Youth America Grand Prix and has placed twice in the top 12 Ensemble Category at YAGP Finals in NYC. As well as 2018 YAGP National Choreographer Award with the opportunity to travel to Russia to set her work on the Bolshoi. Her Ensemble work had the honor of being part of YAGP “Stars of Today Meet the Stars of Tomorrow” tour. In the Summer of 2014 she was on the School Faculty at the USA International Ballet Competition in Jackson, MS and was invited to be on Faculty at CNADM in the Fall of 2015. Currently she is on Full time Faculty at Northshore School of Dance as well as Choreographs for her sisters school Mid Atlantic Center for the Performing Arts.
    Mary Grace McNally | Contemporary Mary Grace McNally >> Contemporary
    Mary Grace is a Brooklyn, NY based dance artist. She produced, directed and choreographed her first evening length work, Not For Picking, which premiered at Theaterlab (NYC) in June 2018.
    Brianna Mercado | Contemporary Brianna Mercado >> Contemporary
    Brianna Mercado is a professional dance artist, teacher, choreographer, and inspirational speaker who hold a B.A. Dance & Performance Studies from UC Berkeley. She has performed on projects for Nike, SEARS, NBC, Traveler’s Insurance, and the Rachael Ray Show. Credits include: T.H.E. Grit, MUNY’s Jesus Christ Superstar & Aida (Dance Captain), Fuerza Bruta: Wayra, Broadway Underground, PHISH ‘Fuego’ Tour, Humans Collective, Rhapsody En Dance (Guest Company Member), and TED Talks.
    Shea Mizrahi | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Shea Mizrahi >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Shireen Rahimi (Shea Mizrahi) is an Iranian-American dancer/choreographer from San Francisco, CA. In 2012, Shea moved to New York City and joined the legendary House of Mizrahi, representing for the Woman’s Vogue category. In 2017 Shireen became the USA Mother of the international Kiki House of Angels, a house that focuses on the up & coming generation of ballroom performers. She also is a principle dancer for Les Ballet Afrik, a dance company founded by the Legendary Omari Mizrahi. Follow Shea‘s story on IG @EclecticOther
    Skye Montante | Contemporary Skye Montante >> Contemporary
    Skye Montante began studying ballet at Petaluma School of Ballet at the age of 8. In later years as she was introduced to other forms of dance; she found her true calling with Hip-Hop and Contemporary styles. She continued her dance through college and graduated from San Francisco State University with a BA in Dance. While in school in San Francisco, she taught youth and adult classes at ODC School of Dance, City Dance Studios and after school programs and summer camps. Before moving to New York, she studied dance at IUNA in Argentina and taught an Urban Contemporary class at Pei Mei Studios. She currently teaches classes at Brooklyn Arts Exchange as well at At Your Beat Studios and is looking forward to teaching dance and growing within the dance community in New York City.
    Naoko Moriyama Robbins | Body Conditioning Naoko Moriyama Robbins >> Body Conditioning
    Naoko Moriyama was born in Hiroshima, Japan where she studied ballet, modern, jazz and traditional Japanese Dance. For the past 20 years, Ms. Moriyama has been an integral part of the School at Peridance, a division of Peridance dedicated to dance education for children. She also owns and teaches at GYROTONIC® on Broadway.
    Brice Mousset | Contemporary Brice Mousset >> Contemporary
    A versatile talent with an eclectic career, Brice Mousset has danced in prestigious musicals, operas, concerts, TV shows, fashion shows, and with companies throughout the world. He is in high- demand as a teacher and international juror. His wide- ranging experiences have led to unique self-expression in choreography. He has built a reputation as one of the most compelling and dedicated teachers of contemporary dance.
     Jennifer Muller >> Contemporary
    JENNIFER MULLER, JMTW Artistic Director and Founder, has been an influence in the dance world for over 47 years, is known for her visionary approach and innovations in dance/theater, multi-discipline productions incorporating the spoken word, live and commissioned music, media, artist-inspired decor and unusual production elements. Muller has created over 117 pieces, including seven full evening productions, collaborating with such artists as Keith Haring, Keith Jarrett, Yoko Ono and Jeff Croiter. Muller is recognized as a "seminal influence on dance/theater." Her prolific career has led to recent honors: Fortaleza's 2010 Trophy of Cultural Responsibility and a 2011 American Masterpieces: Artistic Genius Grant, UCSB conference and exhibit and the publication Transformation & Continuance: Jennifer Muller and the Reshaping of American Modern Dance, 1959 to Present. An internationally renowned teacher and mentor of creative talent, Muller has developed a personalized technique informed by Eastern philosophy. TanzPlan Berlin chose Muller Polarity Technique as one of seven unique contemporary dance techniques for its publication/DVD Tanztechnik 2010. Creating and re- staging pieces for 26 international repertory companies in nine countries, her commissions include Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Tanz-Forum Köln, Lyon Opera Ballet, Bat Dor, Ballet Jazz de Montreal, Ballet Contemporaneo, Nederlands Dans Theater, NDT3 and Introdans in The Netherlands. An award- winning choreographer, Muller's choreography for theater/opera productions include The Public Theater, 2nd Stage Theater, NY Stage & Film, and the New York City Opera. In 2011, she choreo-graphed the new musical The Spiral Show in China.
     Nadine Bommer Dance Company | Contemporary Nadine Bommer Dance Company >> Contemporary
    Ohad Naharin | Gaga Ohad Naharin >> Guest Teacher
    Already a renowned choreographer, Ohad Naharin was appointed Artistic Director of Israel's Batsheva Dance Company in 1990. Naharin began his training as a dancer with Batsheva and continued his studies at Juilliard. He danced for one season in the Martha Graham Company and with Maurice Bejart. Between 1980-1990 Naharin was active in the dance scene of New York and worked with various companies.
    Nubian Néné | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Nubian Néné >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    A Montreal native, Nubian Nene is a well-versed dancer/choreographer finding her inspiration in the hip hop, house, waacking and breaking styles, weaving them to create her unique approach. Her ability to expand her creativity into a choreographer, performer, producer, director, host, makes her an asset to any project. In 2007, she joins the canadian company BluePrintForLife, who teaches the principles and values of the Hip Hop Culture, that aims to facilitate some of the social issues in the Inuit communities of Northern Canada. She has done as many as fifteen weekly trips as a teacher and facilitator. Nubian Nene pursues her teaching career participating in multiple dance festivals such as the Ladies of Hip Hop Festival (LOHH) in Vienna, New York, Los Angeles and Toronto, the Illadelph & Funky Fundamentals in Philadelphia, and the Block Party in Boulder, just to name a few. Her experience as a dancer, choreographer and teacher will bring her to explore and share in Europe and Asia. In 2011, she dances with Jody Watley at the Gramercy Theater (NYC), with Cecilia Marta Dance Company for Summer Stage, and in the Hip Hop Kung Fu production by Buddha Stretch at the Asian Society. A waacking ambassador, she is featured in the Fox News Good Day New York segment celebrating Soul Train’s 40th anniversary. In 2013, she performs with the KINEMATIK Dance Theater for the Fringe Festival in both New York and Hollywood, performs with the New York based dance company Full Circle for the Shakespeare Festival in Ashland, Oregon and later on at the New Victory Theater (NYC). Nubian Nene is featured as a dancer in Jose James’ videos (Every Little Thing & Peace Power Change) and in the Michelle Williams video Say Yes. In the fall of 2014, she joins the canadian-based Bboyizm Dance Company and performs in Evolution and Music Creates Opportunity. They have toured in Fredericton, Vancouver and Toronto. Nubian Nene is a reference point in the Ladies Battle (LOHH) as the MC for the last 5 years, and she has presented many of her choreographic work and teaching expertise at that festival for the last 10 years.
    Carlos Neto | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Carlos Neto >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Carlos Neto started performing at a young age. In 1998, he was part of a primetime TV series in Portugal (his home country), and had several appearances in the film industry. Looking to achieve a dance qualification, he moved to the UK in 2004. During this time, Carlos pursued a BA and Masters Degree in International Journalism at Cardiff University.
      Nicola Iervasi and Kevin Albert | Jazz/Theater Nicola Iervasi and Kevin Albert >> Guest Teacher
    Kevin Albert and Nicola Iervasi are co-founders and artistic directors of Mare Nostrum Elements, a versatile entity that acts as a Performance Group, Training Outlet and Production Company. In its dedication to the expression of human emotion through dance, theater, and movement, Mare Nostrum Elements strives to reduce the distance between artistic disciplines by exploring their points of intersection and sharing the results through performances, workshops, and outreach programs.
      Nobuya | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Nobuya >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Nobuya has been active as a dancer and choreographer in and around the New York area since 2006. For almost 18 years, he has trained in Hip Hop, Locking, Voguing, Popping, Breaking and House, in addition to over 9 years of experience in ballet, contemporary, and jazz. He has appeared in numerous dance showcases and TV shows including SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE, Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon, and THE MOVEMENT -A THEATRICAL EXPERIENCE at Joyce Soho Theater.
    Jackie Nowicki | Contemporary Jackie Nowicki >> Contemporary
    he has performed works by Robert Battle, Lou Conte, Helen Tamiris, George Faison and Doug Varone, among others. Jacquelyn currently dances for Pilobolus Dance Theater in their PCS company and has performed for them all over the world including Abu Dhabi, Germany, Italy, and Mexico, and she is certified to teach for their Educational Outreach Program. Her professional credits also include working for Mike Esperanza's BARE Dance Company, Calen Kurka's :pushing progress, and Marlena Wolfe's The Wolfe Project.
    Loryane Ogay | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Loryane Ogay >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Troy Ogilvie | Contemporary Troy Ogilvie >> Contemporary
    Troy Ogilvie has danced for and collaborated with choreographers - Andrea Miller, Sidra Bell, Zoe Scofield, Gabriel Forestieri, Idan Sharabi, Itzik Galili, Shannon Gillen, Margie Gillis (as a participant in The Legacy Project/Le Projet Heritage), Austin McCormick, Harumi Terayama, Patricia Noworol, and Belinda McGuire. Troy is one of the creative directors of The McKittrick Hotel's SUPERCINEMA and McKittrick Masquerade parties.
    Esosa Oviasu | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Esosa Oviasu >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    As a choreographer, teacher, and dancer, Esosa Oviasu was largely self-taught in Popping and Breaking by 2007. It wasn't until the following year, that he moved back to New York City and began to formally train in these styles, under legends such as Jazzy J and Boogaloo Kin. Esosa was first introduced to Urban Choreography by New York's Raw Elementz Dance Troupe. He is currently the Artistic and Executive Director of his dance team, The Neighbors.
    Nik Owens | Contemporary Nik Owens >> Contemporary
    Nik Owens, is a New York based performer who was born and raised in Altadena, California where he began his movement experience with gymnastics at age three and continued at a competitive level until he was 18. Nik began to study dance seriously at Wesleyan University, where he graduated with honors, with a BA in Dance and a certificate in Environmental Studies. He has had the pleasure of working with choreographers such as Nicholas Leichter, Tania Isaac, and Kyle Abraham and has performed works by Vanessa Tamburi, The Dance Exchange, Gierre Godley’s Project 44, Mersiha Mesihovic's CircuitDebris, Raja Kelly's thefeath3rtheory, Bryn Cohn + Artists, Helen Simoneau Danse, and Abdul Latif's D2D/T. Nik currently dances with David Dorfman Dance, Tiffany Mills Company, and is ecstatic to now add 10HL to his dance family!
    Nicholas Palmquist | Jazz/Theater Nicholas Palmquist >> Jazz/Theater
    Nicholas likes to pull from different mediums of dance to create new ways of story telling, highlighting the humanity in dance and in dancers. He aims for a fresh and also nostalgic relationship with musicality that celebrates the nuance in orchestration from pop to rock to jazz and everywhere in between. He combines soulful rhythms from his tap background with a smooth sensuality discovered in his commercial endeavors to explore as many ways of moving and expressing human emotion through dance as possible. Nicholas likes to challenge his dancers to explore the scope of their expression by creating emotional and intimate conversations as well as explosive, joyful articulations that move! Nicholas has a huge passion for dance and is grateful for any opportunity to share it.
    Bo Park | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Bo Park >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    In September 2013, she received her artist visa and came back to NYC. She has worked for top choreographers such as Luam Keflezgy, Brian Friedman, Neil Schwartz, Carlos Neto etc. Her current dance credits include Adam Lambert Trailblazer Awards, Rob Thomas 'trust you' music video, Nike Portland, Nike NTC Tour LA, Nike NYC windbreakers, Adidas NMD, Moncler fashion week, Sephora Pharrell’s Fragrance Flash Mob, MALUMA La Mega Mezela.
    Christie Partelow | Contemporary Christie Partelow >> Contemporary
    Christie Partelow, born and raised in New York, is currently an artist with Netherlands Dans Theatre.Previously, Christie was working with Les Grands Ballets Canadiens in Montreal, Quebec under the direction of Gradimir Pankov,
     Peniel | African Based I Djoniba Dance Centre Peniel >> African Based I Djoniba Dance Centre
    Peniel Guerrier danced with the National Dance Theatre of Haiti for 8 years and toured all over the world: Venezuela, Paris, Hungary, Japan, Montreal, Germany, Santo Domingo, and the United States. During this time he also toured with the Baccoulou Dance Company. As a teacher, choreographer, and performer, Peniel’s vision has different aspects, but the most important is to establish and extend the Haitian folkloric structure and technique.
    Te Perez Ceccon | Jazz/Theater Te Perez Ceccon >> Jazz/Theater
    Teresa Perez Ceccon is a professional dance artist, educator and choreographer. Known by many as "Te" Perez, she specializes in Simonson Technique having earned her certification at the original Dance Space in 1997. Having taught the technique for over 15 years at Dance Space Center (later renamed Dance New Amsterdam), she continues to give classes at the Gina Gibney Dance Center where she is on faculty.
    Bethany Perry | Contemporary Bethany Perry >> Contemporary
    Originally from Rochester, NY, Bethany moved to NYC after graduating from SUNY Brockport's Dance department in 2000. She found her dancing niche in NYC in 2011, within the Simonson community of teachers and dancers. She has studied extensively with, and performs for, Diane McCarthy and Laurie De Vito; completed the Simonson Method of Teacher Training with Lynn Simonson; performed the work of Isabel Gotzkowsky, Katiti King, and Ellis Wood in NYC
    Igal Perry | Ballet Igal Perry >> Ballet
    Igal Perry, Founder and Artistic Director of Peridan ce Contemporary Dance Company. and Peridance Capezio Center, is a world-renowned choreographer, ballet master, and dance educator. Mr. Perry's elegant choreography, often in collaboration with contemporary composers, has been described as "blessedly inventive" (Jennifer Dunning, NYTimes).
    Frida Persson | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Frida Persson >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Frida is originally from Sweden. She has been living in New York City for six years, working as a dancer and choreographer. Recently bookings includes: dancer in Jennifer Hudson music video “Go all night’’, Radio city music hall with Hip hop Extravaganza show, choreographing for Jenn Bocian's live show and music video "We will always have New York" that include 110 dancers, IMAX commercial, with Axwell from Swedish house mafia etc.
    Mishay Petronelli | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Mishay Petronelli >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Mishay Petronelli is an accomplished dancer, teacher and choreographer based in New York City and Los Angeles. A “compellingly dramatic and athletic,” multiform dancer (BOSTON GLOBE), Mishay has danced for a wide variety of artists including Jonte’, Janes Addiction, Kanye West, Miley Cyrus, Icona Pop, Jennifer Hudson, Nick Jonas, Demi Lovato, Mackelmore, Will Smith, Janelle Monae, Hailee Steinfeld, FKA Twigs, Beyoncé, Janet Jackson and in music videos for Whitney Houston, Nikki Williams, Beyoncé, Madonna and Janet Jackson.
    Mikerline Pierre | African Based I Djoniba Dance Centre Mikerline Pierre >> African Based I Djoniba Dance Centre
    Mikerline Pierre’s dance background is steeped in the rich Haitian tradition. She studied under Haitian dance giants, including Vivian Gauthier and Pierre Desrameaux and at the renowned Enarts Dance School of Haiti in Port-au-Prince
    Danielle Polanco | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Danielle Polanco >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    In 2003 at the age of 17, Danielle booked her first professional job with Beyonce but that wouldn’t be her last. Danielle is best known for being the leading lady in Omarion’s video ‘Touch’ and in 2008 for portraying the role of Missy Serrano in the hit movie ‘Step Up 2 The Streets’. Polanco has an impressive resume; she has choreographed for Beyonce, Janet Jackson, Jennifer Lopez, Usher, Chris Brown, Eve and Estelle.
    Gwen Potter | Tap Gwen Potter >> Tap
    Gwen Potter moved to New York City from Indiana with big dreams and an unwavering determination to pursue her dance career. She attended University of Wisconsin- Stevens Point and graduated with a BA in Dance Performance. Gwen’s choreographic work has graced the stage of many reputable venues in the city such as Alvin Ailey, Lincoln Center, Dixon Place, Highline Ballroom, and other dance festivals in the tri- state area.
     Prince  | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Prince >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    In 2002 Jor-el joined an adult Salsa Dance Company by the name of Eddie Torres. While training Jor-el was offered a position in the company by The Mambo King himself. He then began Voguing competitively in the Underground Ballroom Scene, winning trophies all of the country earning his stage name The Royal ‘Prince” of Vogue Fem.
     Princess Lockerooo | Waacking Princess Lockerooo >> Waacking Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Born and raised in New York City, Princess Lockerooo (Samara Cohen) is a multi-faceted performance artist with talents ranging from choreography, directing, costume design & artistic makeup to opera singing & circus arts. She has developed and become known for her original style of waacking “propeller” Waacking which she showcased on SYTYCD.
    Shirlene Quigley | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Shirlene Quigley >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Shirlene Quigley was born and raised in Los Angeles, California, and just moved to New York city. She is best known for her work as a professional dancer and teacher. She has performed all over the world at arenas world wide touring with some of the biggest stars of our generation. dancing on television, commercial, film, and Music videos with artists such as Beyonce, Rihanna, Chris Brown, Destiny's Child, Missy Elliot, Mary J Blige, Jamie Foxx, Ray J, PorcelainBlack, Lil Romeo, Ashanti, Fantasia and many more.
    Christopher Ralph | Contemporary Christopher Ralph >> Contemporary
    Christopher Ralph was born and raised in Long Island, N.Y. He began his dance training at Holy Trinity High School, were he was accepted into the theater/ dance program. While training at school he simultaneously attend classes at Broadway dance center and Steps on Broadway with teachers such as Peter Schabel, Dorrit Koppel, Frank Hatchett and Chio Yamada.
    Tony Ray | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Tony Ray >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Tony Ray was born and raised in San Diego, California. He started his dance journey in his hometown when he was 19 with his first love being House Dance. Now at 25 years old, he’s traveled the globe testing his skills in many different battles and competitions, most notably taking the win this year in the House Category at Juste Debout 2019. He’s also taught around the world, mostly in the U.S and the countries of Asia. He’s a proud representative of Dance Fusion Family a New York Legacy for House culture and SourPatchCrew who are a collective of artists around North America. He admits that Japan is one of his favorite countries to visit and is anxious to make his next trip happen very quickly. Tony Ray hopes to be able to shine some light around the world with his genuine love for Music and Movement.
    Kelley Reid | Jazz/Theater Kelley Reid >> Jazz/Theater
    Rhodesia Robledo | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Rhodesia Robledo >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Rhodesia became an original member of Michael “U4Ria” The Movement Foundation in 2006, and joined Ladies of Hip-Hop in 2011. She performed, attended and facilitated workshops with both crews. In March of 2014 Rhodesia officially joined MAWU. Rhodesia has organized and taught workshops in Connecticut, New York City, Brooklyn, Boston, Miami, Mexico, Norway and Italy. Helped to create and organize new creative works that turned into two full hour length performances under MAWU. Red Hook Festival Spring 2015 and Journey into House Nov 2016. Rhodesia is currently teaching dance for a Summer Dance Camp and is helping to bring House Music and more awareness about Club and DJ culture to Connecticut. Rhodesia continues to be involved within the NYC underground dance community and helps to influence and inspire the next generation.
    Bennyroyce Royon | Contemporary Bennyroyce Royon >> Contemporary
    Bennyroyce Royon is a Filipino-American director, choreographer, and dancer based in Brooklyn, NY. He received a BFA in Dance from The Juilliard School in 2006. As a performer and collaborator he has worked on Broadway (The King and I), Off- Broadway (Artist of Light), at The Metropolitan Opera (Madama Butterfly, Turandot, The First Emperor), at the New York Philharmonic (The Cunning Little Vixen), and with dance companies including Armitage Gone! Dance, Sidra Bell Dance New York, Carolyn Dorfman Dance, Alaska Dance Theatre, The Nilas Martins Dance Company, Collective Body Dance Lab, Cas Public, and Bad Boys of Dance.
    Cindy Salgado | Contemporary Cindy Salgado >> Contemporary
    Cindy was born in Sunnyvale, California and started dancing at the age of 3. She trained at Dance Academy USA in multiple styles and in Los Angeles and New York at various professional studios over her summers.
    Frances Samson | Limón Frances Samson >> Limón
    FRANCES SAMSON joined the Limón Dance Company in 2017. Originally from Toronto, Canada, Frances is a former company dancer (2013-2015) and guest artist of the Canadian Contemporary Dance Theatre, performing the works of José Limón, Colin Connor and Ofilio Sinbadinho Portillo, and in 2016, she attended Ryerson University’s School of Performance. She has received additional training from summer studies with Hubbard Street Dance Chicago and Arts Umbrella. Frances has had the pleasure of performing for Walt Disney World, TEDx, Miss Universe Canada, Rotary International and Frog in Hand. She is currently a guest artist in the multicultural and multidisciplinary project, The Gravity Between directed by Jacqueline Bulnes in collaboration with Niklas Emborg Gjersøe. Frances has participated in numerous festivals such as the Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival, the José Limón International Dance Festival (New York & Sinaloa), the Commonwealth Youth Dance Festival and the Fringe Festival (Toronto & Rochester). Most recently, she was an Artist in Residence at the Danish National Academy of Music in Esbjerg, Denmark sponsored by the Department of Global Affairs Canada. Frances continues to freelance in Toronto, teaching, performing and rehearsal directing. Frances has had the opportunity to teach for Cawthra Park Secondary School’s Regional Arts Program, Peel District School Board, The Royal Theater Ballet School Odense and Snowy Range Summer Dance Festival, and Peridance Capezio Center.
    Kendrick Samuel | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Kendrick Samuel >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Kendrick Samuel known to many as 'Kenny' was born and raised in Queens, New York. Professional dancer, choreographer and instructor represented by MSA Talent Agency, NY. Music has always played a huge role in his life. Starting out as an upcoming singer performing at local shows and colleges; leading into his courageous transition of pursuing a dance career.
    Sue Samuels | Jazz/Theater Sue Samuels >> Jazz/Theater
    Sue Samuels has established herself as one of the staples of the performing arts community of today. With over 35 years of experience, her expertise is often sought after for mentoring and coaching purposes by professionals and aspiring artists from around the world. Her students have included numerous stage, film and tv stars including Melba Moore, Brooke Shields, and Irene Cara.
    Leandro Santos Silva | Martial Arts Leandro Santos Silva >> Martial Arts
    An accomplished, professionally trained dancer of various styles (Capoeira, Afro Brazilian, Modern, Ballet, Contemporary), Mr. Silva has toured the world for several years as a member of the highly acclaimed DanceBrazil dance company. Also Alegria has been part of several other international companies such as Brazarte Dance Company (Miami-FL), Cleo Parker Robinson Dance (Denver-CO), Orquestra Popular da Bahia (Brazil), and Ballethnic Dance Company (Atlanta- GA). He has also performed in important Dance events like, Capezio 125 years, Broadway & Beyond ( 2012- 2014).
    Yaeko Sasaki | Ballet Yaeko Sasaki >> Ballet
    Yaeko Sasaki was a principal dancer with Asami Maki Ballet and the Tokyo 20th Century Ballet. In the classical ballet repertoire, she has danced almost all the parts ranging from corps de ballet through the principal roles. Ms. Sasaki has been teaching ballet for many years at the leading dance institutions in Tokyo and New York, and joined the Peridance faculty in 2003.
    Kameron Saunders | Modern Kameron Saunders >> Modern
    Thryn Saxon | Contemporary Thryn Saxon >> Contemporary
    Thryn Saxon was born and raised in Miami, FL and received her BFA in dance from FSU in 2014. Over the 5 years she has been in the city she has had the privilege of performing with Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company, TYKE Dance, Depth Dance, SpacesOfFontana and others. Saxon is currently dancing with Kate Weare Company and is a performer in Punchdrunk’s production Sleep No More. Saxon choreographs and has shown her work within the 5 boroughs and New Jersey under the moniker SAXYN/DanceWorks.
    Peter Schabel | Ballet Peter Schabel >> Ballet
    Peter Schabel performed with such companies as the Los Angeles Ballet, Bejart Ballet of the XXth Century, and the Boston Repertory Ballet. He began his teaching career directing the school of the Evansville Dance Theatre and has been teaching in New York since 1983. He has been a guest teacher for Dance Masters of America, Professional Dance Teachers Association, the Dance Teachers Club of Boston, and others.
    Svea Schneider | Contemporary Svea Schneider >> Guest Teacher
    Svea Schneider, born in Germany, is a NYC based dance artist, choreographer, educator and activist. She attended the Iwanson School for Contemporary Dance in Germany and moved to NYC to extensively train in urban dance (Break, Hip Hop, House), contact improvisation and Forsythe Improvisation technique. In her classes and performances, Svea incorporates different dance styles, building a new and approachable visceral movement language.
    Elisa Schreiber | Limón Elisa Schreiber >> Limón
    Elisa Schreiber is an international performer and teacher. She was a guest artist with the Limon Dance Company from 2011-2015, and has worked with Dance Heginbotham, Dance by Alan Danielson, Kathryn Alter and Dancers, and MeenMoves. Elisa has had the pleasure to perform solo works by Kathryn Alter, Anna Sokolow, Doris Humphrey, and Jose Limón in New York and abroad.
      Sekou | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Sekou >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Sekou has worked with artists such as Gwen Guthrey, Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince, Aretha Franklin, MC Lyte, Clubland, Pet Shop Boys, Foxy Brown, and Jay Z. In 2005, Sekou choreographed the Dance Dance video for Fall Out Boy that went #1 in the country and won a Best Video Award at the MTV Video Music Awards.
    Caleaf Sellers | House Caleaf Sellers >> House
    Caleaf is one of the original pioneers to come out of New York's dance movement in the late 80's. Caleaf tours the world teaching movement foundation, technique and history of House dancing from an originator point of view.
    Chafin Seymour | Contemporary Chafin Seymour >> Contemporary
    Chafin Seymour is a native of Brooklyn, NY whose experience in dance has been investigative and eclectic. He began his training in earnest during his high school years with Dancewave and at the Packer Collegiate Institute. He received his BFA with Distinction in Dance from The Ohio State University in 2012. During his time there he was privileged to work with such artists as Susan Hadley, Vera Blaine, and Bebe Miller. Following this he returned to his home borough and had the pleasure of performing with Dante Brown|Warehouse Dance, Ni’Ja Whitson/The NWA Project & Anneke Hansen Dance among others. He also founded seymour::dancecollective as an umbrella for his choreographic projects. Since 2012, they have presented original work throughout NYC and nationally at venues such as Center for Performance Research (CPR), Triskelion Arts, Dixon Place, Livestream Public, Gibney Dance, The Current Sessions, New York Live Arts, Movement Research at Judson Church, The Ohio Dance Festival and The American Dance Festival among others. The collective works on a project- to- project basis with a rotating roster of curated artists. Chafin completed an MFA in Choreography from the University of Iowa in 2018 where was granted an Iowa Arts Fellowship and taught as a Graduate Assistant within the Department of Dance. He is once again in NYC and is continuing to make work with the collective as well as teach dance for various organizations within the city.
     Shar | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Shar >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Shar has trained in commercial street jazz for 19 years. She grew up in the world of choreography performing for The View, Sephora, and Ludacris, and choreographing/performing for Ryan Leslie and Jenn Cuneta. Later she discovered her passion for freestyle, the club scene and more specifically- waacking. She is now assistant to Princess Lockeroo, and her main documentarian. Shar has also singlehandedly grown her own production company called Movements by Shar. Her company films red carpet events, ENG press coverage, music videos, new media TV, live performances, directs multi cam productions, and produces documentaries. Her unique abilities to film and dance sometimes has her dancing, choreographing, filming, and editing live shows and music videos. Shar has travelled the world in all of her work and has the strongest passion for story telling, through dance and film.
    Adetunji Shennaike | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Adetunji Shennaike >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Originating from the Bronx, Adetunji has been involved in the street dance community for years, working to strengthen the culture in which he grew up in. Performing in an inspirational cultural show throughout New York City with a South African dance troupe, a piece working called the Third Rail to build a better understanding if African Americans, and several hip hop performance showcases. Training with originators and legends to understand the foundation and roots of dance and street dance culture, to help provide a better experience for people coming into the culture as well as the ones already involved.
    Alexandra Sheppard | Body Conditioning Alexandra Sheppard >> Body Conditioning
    In California she earned her Bachelors of Fine Arts in Dance along with her 200 HR Yoga and Mat Pilates Certification. She also is a CrossFit Level One Trainer. As a result of her experience training in dance, Pilates, CrossFit and Yoga, she has a keen awareness of the body, a great understanding of movement, and a solid foundation on technique to ensure that her students are always safe.
    Ellen Sickenberger | Contemporary Ellen Sickenberger >> Contemporary
    Ellen is a professional dance artist residing in Brooklyn, NY. Since graduating with a BFA in Dance Performance from East Carolina University, she has performed for many NYC and internationally-based artists including Freddie Moore/Jiwon Lee, Janice Rosario, Bryn Cohn, Yoshito Sakuraba, Danté Brown, Ashley McQueen, Susie McHugh and Hollye Bynum. She has trained under David Parsons, Helen Pickett, Jennifer Archibald, River North Dance Chicago, Kidd Pivot, David Dorfman and more. Last Summer, Ellen performed “Vigilante” by Luke Murphy as part of the b12 festival in Berlin. Ellen currently performs with URBAN / TRIBE (Mathew James), and she is a touring cast member of Nadine Bommer's "INVISI'ball". Ellen has taught Guest Artist/Master Classes in Northern Virginia, Richmond, D.C., North Carolina, Austin and New York City, including classes at Gibney and Mark Morris. Ellen has been acknowledged for her choreography and is the Artistic Director of DEPTH dance. The company most recently presented work in the Austin Dance Festival where their film won audience favorite, MIXTAPE Festival ATL, and Boston Contemporary Dance Festival.
     SoFire | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles SoFire >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    I currently back-up dance for Soave, 80s freestyle singer. which we performed twice at Radio City Music Hall. I have put on dance workshops in Milan, Biella, Ancona and Turin Italy. I teach at Sassclass the hiphop and heels classes. I currently coach and choreograph a danceteam at a studio in Manhattan.
    Max Stone | Contemporary Max Stone >> Contemporary
    A respected and sought-out teacher/choreographer, Max is Artistic Director of the New York based dance company, Sexy Beast NYC. He holds an MFA in dance and served as Senior Lecturer on the faculty at Southern Methodist University. He was with the original Broadway cast of the Neil Simon/Marvin Hamlisch musical/play, They're Playing Our Song.
    Kristin Sudeikis | Contemporary Kristin Sudeikis >> Contemporary
    Choreographer, master teacher, dancer, and humanitarian, Kristin Sudeikis is an involved member of both the national and international dance community. Equally active in the commercial, concert, and athletic aspects of dance, Kristin’s work is centered on human connection. Dance publications such as Dance Teacher Magazine have written extensively about Kristin’s methodology and choreography, affectionately naming her “the dance whisperer”.
    Kathryn Sullivan | Ballet Kathryn Sullivan >> Ballet
    Kathryn Sullivan performed with the Boston Ballet, Les Grands Ballet Canadiens, Connecticut Ballet, and Les Ballet de Nancy in repertory from classical ballet to contemporary dance. Kathryn is on the ballet faculty at Barnard College at Columbia University. She has made numerous ballet class CDs, written for dance publications, and directed several dance DVDs. Creator of the "Ballet Glider" www.balletglider.com
    Zack Tang | Contemporary Zack Tang >> Contemporary
    He has worked with choreographers Victor Quijada, Peter Chu, Alexander Ekman, Stijn Celis, Larry Kegwin, Mark Morris, and Darrell Grand Moltrie, and has performed works by José Limón, Anthony Tudor, Martha Graham, Paul Taylor, and Bronislava Nijinska. In 2012, Zack was listed in Dance Magazine’s “Top 25 to Watch”. Before joining RUBBERBANDance Group, he spent two years with Alonzo King’s LINES Ballet. Most Recently Zack has been casted in events for Cirque du Soleil and Cirque Eloize
    Kimberly Tate | Contemporary Kimberly Tate >> Contemporary
    Kimberly ‘Galaxxxy’ Tate is a multi-disciplinary artist and educator based in Brooklyn, NY. Her multimodal practice integrates performance art, architecture, somatics, urban experimental dance, mindfulness, healing, social practice, permaculture and critical pedagogy to seek embodied liberation for all beings.
    Sonya Tayeh | Contemporary Sonya Tayeh >> Contemporary
    Sonya Tayeh is a New York City based choreographer and teacher. Tayeh hardly whispers in the movement she creates, she screams. An undeniable force in the dance world, her work is a tribute to her Detroit roots -- a constant yet grounding influence that inspires her to create aggressive, sometimes jarring, emotional, and powerful choreography with an underlying sense of angst and a persistent embodiment of technical facility.
    Teddy Tedholm | Contemporary Teddy Tedholm >> Contemporary
    Teddy Tedholm, a graduate of the University of the Arts, has presented work throughout North America to much praise. Currently based out of Brooklyn, his work has been described as "hip, whimsical and endearing, understated without a lot of bravura, but so entertaining. (Wet Paint)". He has been a finalist for a World Dance Award, the Capezio ACE Award, and the McCallum Theater Choreography Festival.
    Alex Tenreiro Theis | Contemporary Alex Tenreiro Theis >> Contemporary
    Will Tomaskovic | Contemporary Will Tomaskovic >> Contemporary
    Will Tomaskovic, originally from Flemington, NJ, is a graduate of Rutgers University's Mason Gross School of the Arts with his BFA in dance. Post graduation, Will has apprenticed for Keigwin + Company for their 10th anniversary Joyce season and joined Julia Ritter/Ayrin Ersotz for their site-specific dance theater production of Donmus Ruya/Frozen Dream in Istanbul. Aside from working with 10 Hairy Legs, Will is a member of ZviDance, Michael Susten and Company, and Bryn Cohn + Artists. This is Will's third season with 10 Hairy Legs.
    Jose Traba | Ballet Jose Traba >> Ballet
    Jose Traba has extensive performance experience including with the Metropolitan Opera Ballet, New York City Opera Ballet and Chicago Ballet among many others. He has taught world wide, including at the Academia de Bellas Artes in Spain, the Okamoto Ballet in Japan, and the International Dance Academy in London. Jose also holds a B.F.A. from Fordham University and a Certification in Sports Physiology and Personal Training from Marymount Manhattan College, which enhances his approach to the science and art of teaching ballet technique.
    Nathan Trice | Modern Nathan Trice >> Modern
    Nathan Trice is the artistic director and founder of nathantrice/RITUALS project-by-project dance theater and has created a number of projects that have become synonymous with his company: The Recognizing Women Project (2000), Us: the project (2007) and Strange Love: Episodes (2012). He and his company have toured nationally and internationally receiving commissions & residencies, and has performed in numerous festival including Fall For Dance, New York SummerStage, Jacobs Pillow Dance Festival, The Hong Kong International Hip Hop/Contemporary festival and The Harkness Dance Festival.
    Brad Trump | Contemporary Brad Trump >> Contemporary
    Brad has gone on to tour the US and Canada with the ever popular musical, CATS as Tumblebrutus. He also worked alongside Jane Seymour in ABC Family's first Television Movie-Musical, Lovestruck! The Musical choreographed by Michael Rooney. Regionally, he has performed with North Shore Music Theatre, Theatre by the Sea, North Carolina Theatre, Casa Manana, and the Liberty Theatre. In addition to performing, Brad has taught masterclasses over the country for various studios, high schools and conventions; most credibly Millenium Dance Complex: PITTSBURGH and Peridance NYC.
    Miki Tuesday | Waacking Miki Tuesday >> Waacking
    Takehiro Ueyama | Contemporary Takehiro Ueyama >> Guest Teacher
    Born and raised in Tokyo, Japan, Takehiro “Take” Ueyama moved to the United States in 1991 to study dance at the Juilliard School in New York City. Upon graduation, he was invited to join the Paul Taylor Dance Company, touring the world with them for 8 years. In 2003 Ueyama debuted his first choreographic work, Tsubasa, performed with fellow Taylor dancers at the McKenna Theatre at SUNY New Paltz, NY, and in 2005 founded TAKE Dance.
    Geogia Usborne | Contemporary Geogia Usborne >> Contemporary
    Georgia’s is a free flowing movement meditation. Through imagery and sensation based prompts, we will connect our imagination and physicality, bring focus to the present moment, and let curiosity lead us past our expectations and limitations. Informed by her time dancing and teaching for Andrea Miller’s Gallim, her class provides peaks of high intensity physicality, flirtations with form and a space to exercise our creativity and play.
    Manuel Vignoulle | Contemporary Manuel Vignoulle >> Contemporary
    At Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet (New York) Manuel has performed works by Ohad Naharin, Hofesh Shechter, Didy Veldman, Jo Stromgren, Alexander Eckman and Benoit-Swan Pouffer. He is currently a freelance choreographer, performing his work in Switzerland, France and in New York. He has also been an assistant to modern-jazz choreographer, Redha, on various productions. Such productions include concert dance, television, film, fashion, musical theater, and operas in which he often performed in.
     VIM VIGOR | Contemporary VIM VIGOR >> Contemporary
    Following a successful run in Germany as both a choreographer and dancer, Shannon Gillen returned to New York City to form VIM VIGOR. Interested in founding a collaborative think tank, where the most innovative and profoundly gifted artists could come together to create cutting edge dance theater, VIM VIGOR represents a paradigm shift in the creative process, with all original music, writing, set, media and movement created collaboratively by the company.
     Vive | Jazz/Theater Vive >> Jazz/Theater
    Vivake Khamsingsavath (Vive) is a Laotian American dancer and choreographer from Brooklyn, New York. He studied dance at Binghamton University, where he also earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in English. Vive has toured Europe performing with modern company Galumpha, taught workshops in Asia and South America, and worked in Los Angeles California.
    Christian von Howard | Contemporary Christian von Howard >> Guest Teacher
    Christian von Howard is the Artistic Director of the VON HOWARD PROJECT, a Mid-Atlantic contemporary dance company. As an international artist, he has worked with many dance artists such as Doug Varone, Fernando Bujones, Douglas Becker, Germaul Barnes, Daniel Gwirtzman and various others. Christian is a NJ State Council of the Arts Choreographic Fellow (2006). His choreographic work has been produced in various venues across the globe.
    Oli Waackamole | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Oli Waackamole >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Oli Waackamole was born and raised in Mostar, Bosnia & Herzegovina and got in touch with dance at the age of 12 for the first time. After a lot of research, traveling around the world, education and self- discovery throughout years of dance experience in different styles such as: street jazz, hip hop, heels, house, vogue and waacking he decided to become a teacher and share his knowledge with other students in his hometown in 2011. Years after referring to himself as a street jazz teacher, dancer and being a choreographer for local and international competitions, theatre shows and modeling he finally figured out that his true love was actually and always will be waacking. Since then (2015) it is his main style. He moved to NYC in 2018 and since then he is an active member of “International Affair” waacking crew (founder - Miki Tuesday), he also assists Princess Lockerooo in various projects and subs for her class from time to time and he regularly teaches waacking at “Sol Dance Center” in Queens.
    Hannah Wagner | Modern Hannah Wagner >> Modern
    Hannah Wagner is a native of St. Paul Minnesota, where she began her dance training at the Classical Ballet Academy of Ballet Minnesota and went on to earn her BFA in Dance Performance and Choreography from the University of Missouri Kansas City. There she had the opportunity to perform with Alvin Ailey in “Memoria,” as well as worked with Kirven Douhit Boyd, Gregory Dawson and more. Hannah has danced professionally with Ballet Minnesota, Williams Henry Contemporary Dance, and Nimbus2. She trained at the Martha Graham school intensives for 3 years, and is now a company member with Caterina Rago Dance Company and teaching around NYC.
    Michael Waldrop | Ballet Michael Waldrop >> Ballet
    Michael Waldrop, a performer, choreographer, and instructor, was born in Los Angeles, California. He has toured the world, dancing with Ballett des Theater Koblenz, State Street Ballet, and Pasadena Dance Theatre, as well as guest performances with Odyssey Dance Theatre, Seamless Dance Theater and the Covent Garden Dance Company’s international gala, Ballet in the Park.
    Juwaan Walker | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Juwaan Walker >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Born and raised in New Jersey, I am a raw mover with a freestyle background. Growing up in NJ, I started off as a Jersey club freestyle dancer who then began entering “all style” battle events with movement training from my God Brother, Rob Bynes. As I studied more under him, I soon developed a love for Hip Hop and took it upon myself to explore my own movement and apply it to my training. After years of exploration, I began utilizing my knowledge and transitioning towards choreographing as well as remai. My style is groovy hiphop, hiphop with soul is my intent so all of my classes provide moves and grooves with purpose.
    Jaclyn Walsh | Contemporary Jaclyn Walsh >> Contemporary
    Jaclyn choreographed and performed in Vienna Teng's music video "Level Up." She was also named a finalist in the 2014 Capezio A.C.E. Awards for choreographic excellence. In 2014, DanceSpirit magazine recognized Jaclyn as one of the thirteen dance world's "Hottest Young Choreographers." Jaclyn currently dances with KEIGWIN + COMPANY and has been a member since 2011.
    Dianna Warren | Ballet Dianna Warren >> Ballet
    Dianna Warren has been a member of the Washington Ballet, Cleveland Ballet, Ballet Met, and Das Berner Ballet Switzerland. For the past six years, she was a member of the Ballet/Chorus of Phantom of the Opera on Broadway. She is currently teaching Ballet, Pointe, and Variations in New York City. She is also a certified GYROTONIC instructor.
    Tokumi Watanabe | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Tokumi Watanabe >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Tokumi Watanabe is Originally from japan.

    He lived in New York for about 4 years, now Live in LA and Teaching weekly groove class at movement lifestyle.
    Tokumi is very inspired by old school foundation style, but with new school vibe.

    Dashaun Wesley | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Dashaun Wesley >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Dashaun has been of the Ballroom scene for the last 10 years honing his unique vogue dance style. His dedication, talent, and ambition have landed Dashaun in international commercials for Coca Cola and inspired the creation of the Hip Hop dance “The 5000,” making him an internet and media sensation.
    Garielle Whittle | Ballet Garielle Whittle >> Ballet
    I was a dancer with the New York City Ballet under George Balanchine’s direction for 14 years, then became a Ballet Mistress for the NYCB, and a faculty member at The School of American Ballet, both for 30 years. I remain a Repetiteur for the George Balanchine Trust. I am strongly influenced by Mr. Balanchine’s aesthetic, but as he said, “one must first be trained classically before learning my style.” My class focuses on correct body placement, precise and detailed work, musicality, phrasing, quality of movement, big, bold dancing, never holding back, stretching each line to it’s maximum. I interject Mr. Balanchine’s aesthetic into my classes, but how much depends upon the capacity of the student. My class environment is warm, caring, encouraging and positive. There is no negativity. Each student is seen as a unique individual.
    Johannes Wieland | Contemporary Johannes Wieland >> Guest Teacher
    Johannes Wieland (artistic director) is the Artistic Director/Choreographer of the resident dance company at the State Theatre of Kassel, Germany.In addition to leading his own companies, Wieland was Associate Artistic Director of PARADIGM (New York), and is a guest choreographer and teacher at companies and schools around the world.
    Kat Wildish | Ballet Kat Wildish >> Ballet
    Kat Wildish is a high-caliber dance ballet instructor, currently teaching multi-level ballet and pointe technique for children and adults. She trains teachers for the Dance Educators of America and her performing credits include New York City Ballet, American Ballet Theater and numerous international companies. Her classes are very danceable, with a classic sense of line, musicality, placement, and style. The barre exercises are not just a warm-up series, but are anatomically sound and designed to improve the body.
    Omari Wiles | Hip Hop/House/Street Styles Omari Wiles >> Hip Hop/House/Street Styles
    Ousmane Wiles, age 28, was born in Senegal. He began his training in West African dance at the age of 6 years old. He then joined with Marie Basse Wiles, a known master in West African dance. Ousmane continued his training with his mothers company The Maimouna Keita School of African Dance as a member of their children's company. He later became the assistant director of his mother's company, and his choreographic work was viewed by many.
    Ejoe Wilson | House Ejoe Wilson >> House
    Ejoe Wilson started dancing in the late 70's on the streets of the south Bronx amidst the birth of the Hip-Hop explosion. In his teens he would win Amateur Night four weeks in a row at Harlem's world-famous Apollo Theater and dance in videos for rap legends MC Lyte, Heavy D, The Jungle Brothers, and Monie Love; Pop groups Dee-Lite, The Pet Shop Boys, Mariah Carey and Will Smith.
    Jason Wise | Jazz/Theater Jason Wise >> Jazz/Theater
    Jason Wise is the Director & Choreographer of National Lampoon's Full House, the Musical, starring Perez Hilton, which opened in Toronto, Canada and is currently running off-Broadway in New York City. Recent Credits include the World Premiere of The Wolf at Theater Raleigh (Choreographer); Lifetime's Dance Moms (Season 5); American Showstoppers: Irving Berlin starring Karen Ziemba, Brent Barrett & Lee Roy Reams at Pace University (Director/Choreographer), The 50th Anniversary Concert of Fiddler on the Roof starring BD Wong, Stephanie J. Block, Len Cariou, Tovah Feldshuh, & Linda Lavin (Choreographer), etc.
    Nicole Wolcott | Modern Nicole Wolcott >> Guest Teacher
    Nicole Wolcott is a choreographer, teacher and performer based in Brooklyn and is also the Co- Founder and Education Director for KEIGWIN + COMPANY. Called “One of today’s finest dance comedians and a knockout dancer,” by the New York Times, Nicole has enjoyed a long career with dance companies, rock bands and video artists around the country and been the subject of a feature article in DANCE TEACHER magazine. After co-founding KEIGWIN + COMPANY, Nicole was the Associate Artistic Director and a featured dancer until 2013.
    Marlena Wolfe | Modern Marlena Wolfe >> Guest Teacher
    Marlena Wolfe was born and raised in Warren, Ohio. In May 2007, she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts summa cum laude from Marymount Manhattan College. Upon graduation, Marlena danced for Robert Battle’s company, Battleworks, where she assisted Mr. Battle with numerous projects, such as the creations of seven critically-acclaimed works. She also danced for Camille A. Brown’s company, Camille A. Brown & Dancers, where she was the company’s rehearsal director and a member of the Bessie Award-winning cast for Best Production of Mr. Tol E. RAnce. Marlena has also danced the works of Twyla Tharp, Martha Graham, Jacqulyn Buglisi, Doug Varone, Tammy Colucci, Ann Marie D’Angelo, and Mimi Garrard.
    Mei Yamanaka | Contemporary Mei Yamanaka >> Contemporary
    Mei Yamanaka is a dancer and choreographer from Tokyo, Japan. Mei moved to New York in 2008. Mei has worked and collaborated with artists including Catherine Galasso, Tiffany Mills, Mark Dendy, Jennifer Archibald, Christine Bonansea, Jody Oberfelder, among others. Mei's work has been seen at Fresh Tracks at New York Live Arts, Movement Research at Judson Church, Mix Festival at HERE, Food for Though at Danspace, and more. Mei was a "Fresh Tracks" residency artist at Dance Theater Workshop(now New York Live Arts) in 2010 - 2011. Mei was also residency artist at Chez Bushwick Artist In Residence in 2014 at Chez Bushwick
    Yin Yue | Contemporary Yin Yue >> Contemporary
    Yin Yue is a versatile performer and choreographer. Born and raised in China, she studied classical ballet, Chinese classical and folk dance at Shanghai Dance School. She continued her education at Shanghai Normal University and by the end of her university training she had appeared in many festivals and dance competitions throughout China. In 2005, she was listed as “top ten performers” in the National Dance Competition in Yunnan. After graduating with a MFA in dance from Tisch School of the Arts, New York University in 2008, she quickly started to gained attention as a highly original performer and choreographer among peers.