Faculty Profile Tomoe "Beasty" Carr

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    Tomoe "Beasty" Carr

    Hip Hop


    Tomoe Carr is a young, determined, passionate, and outgoing artist. She started her dance training in Japan at Next Generation Dance Studio under the tutelage of Cebo Carr. Tomoe spent 10-years training in styles such as Hip Hop, House, Waacking, Locking, Popping, Modern, Ballet, Jazz, and Breaking. Tomoe was the first graduate of the street dance program KiNEXtionS™ from Next Generation New York Studios Japan. Returning to New York in 2014, she expanded her knowledge of Ballet, Modern, and Heels to enhance her training for commercial work. Additionally, putting use of her training from KiNEXtionS™, Tomoe took on a deeper journey into her freestyle by training with pioneer dancers Hurrikane Alain, E solo, ChryBaby Cozie, Rascal Randi, and Tatiana Desardouin.

    During her Junior and Senior years of High School, Tomoe applied to The National Foundation for the advancement of Artists otherwise known as YoungArts. She was chosen as an Honorable mention 2019, where she was immersed in a week long hardcore training and a performance intensive. Her hard work was noticed by the board of YoungArts and in 2020 she was chosen to be a finalist in Miami, where she showed her talent to Freestyle in All Styles.Tomoe graduated from Jacob’s Pillow street and club dance program in 2020, which was led by two legends, Archie Burnett and Ephrat Asherie. Tomoe is building her portfolio by working with accomplished street dance professionals such as Tweet Boogie, Michele Byrd-McPhee, Soraya Lundy, Violet Galagarza and more. She has had grand opportunities with upcoming artists such as Meg Donnelly on Disney’s “Next Big Thing,” Alicia Keys and Swae Lee’s VMA performance to “LA LA,” Jidenna’s music video “Tribe” as a featured dancer and Chris Reed, Kenan Thompson, Ariana DeBose “All On Me” Music Video Skit on SNL. Tomoe has been active in the dance battle scenes for about 7 years around the country, and is now referred to as “Beasty.” She has won titles in battle scenes such as the Broadway Dance Center All Styles Battle in 2018, Ladies Of Hip Hop Festival 2019 and 2022, Step your game up 2022 (Hip Hop category), and RedBull Dance Your Style Boston Qualifiers, 2021.

    Tomoe is also grounded in community focused work creating a safe space for dancers in New York City; working with NY Pops Up, Tomoe has curated block parties,flashmobs, and timed shows. NY Pops Up is a festival that provides events for locals of New York City and the surrounding boroughs. As for her performance aspect, she has had the opportunity to work with Torya Beards and Ayodele Casel to be in shows for the community of New York. Tomoe performed at Lincoln Center's 2021 Juneteenth Celebration as well as Little Island’s “They Got Next” performance, and showcased her talent to perform as a Freestyler. She is actively teaching to the youth and adults by having ongoing programs with studios such as the Peridance center. On top of working with Village Culture Collective (Ladies of HipHop, Next Generation aka NXGN, I Love My Hood, and Dynamic Rockers) to provide free classes for the public.

    This year she has been traveling the country not only to battle or do commercial work and, to obtain new information from various dancers and engage in different cultures. She is thriving to become an helpful advocate for the dance community and the non dance community in hopes of bringing more awareness to the industry.

    Introduction to Hip Hop through drilling grooves, party steps and foundations. This class will consist of simple Hip Hop groove breakdowns. Drilling the movement to understand the fundamental, musicality, and his/herstory of Hip Hop. There will be no choreography in this class, so it is a perfect fit for anyone who has never taken Hip Hop and wants to start learning Hip Hop.

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