Tag Archive: dance

On Moving To LA: 3 Crucial Keys To Succeed – Cat Rendic

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From Santiago, Chile, then New York to LA, Cat has earned an established reputation as a successful dancer in the commercial industry. Having toured with Shakira and Britney Spears, and also worked with artists such as Carly Rae Jepsen, Beyonce, Pitbull, Katy Perry, Christina Aguilera, and many, many more, she offers these words of wisdom to other aspiring dancers.

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On Moving To LA: 7 Keys To A Dancer’s Success – JC Ryan Carrier

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JC Ryan Carrier from New Hampshire moved to LA to pursue dance, and has worked with Lady Gaga, Lil Kim, Keyshia Cole, Ricky Martin, Ceelo Green, Ke$ha, and Jason Derulo to name a few. Currently expanding into choreography, JC is always striving to grow as an artist, and gives us his top 7 important keys to success.

On Moving To LA: 3 Questions To Consider – Jian Pierre-Louis

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After winning a role in the prestigious Monsters Of Hip Hop show, Jian faithfully and steadily climbed the ladder of success, having worked with some of today’s top artists: Nicki Minaj, Alicia Keys, Britney Spears, Keri Hilson, etc. From scholarship winner to renowned instructor to touring professional, Jian continues setting his mark in the industry and gives us 3 important thoughts to consider on pursuing the dance dream.

Pursuing The Industry: Plan vs. Persistence – Natalie Gilmore

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Natalie Gilmore, dancer since age 5 and LA resident since 2005, has earned a reputation through her hard work, diligence, and positive mindset. Having worked for artists such as Jay Sean, Joe Jonas, Avril Lavigne, and most recently Justin Timberlake, she has much insight to offer aspiring dancers.

Hip Hop Audition Wardrobe For Girls 

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Prepping for an audition, and have no idea what to wear?! For girls, getting ready for an audition can be a stressful ordeal. You want to look the part, you want to stand out, but you still want to keep your identity and stay true to you.

Black Light Society Auditions – March 29, 2014, NoHO CA

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International artist, creative director, choreographer, and mentor Tony Tzar is holding auditions for Black Light Society – “a premiere dance company designed to train dancers to become the best possible them.” On a mission to lead a generational uprise in the dance community, Tony is ready to work with some of the best talent he can find to create influential and strong leaders of the future.

Varsity Auditions — March 22, 2014, NoHo CA

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Choreographer Isaac Tualaulelei is holding auditions for his new project Varsity! Dancers in North Hollywood, if you are looking to get plugged in, this is your opportunity. Do you have what it takes?

Videographer: Isaiah Masters

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Isaiah, founder of Snowglobe Perspective, “is all about creating new opportunities for artists (singers, musicians, dancers) providing them with the platform to showcase their craft in a way that they deserve.” His work centers on helping artists, both young and experienced, produce quality videos for the globe to see.

Hip Hop & Waacking Instructor: Lashaun Price

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“Born and raised in New York within a house constantly blasting R&B, funk and soul music, Lashaun was dancing before he could even walk! Lashaun has trained with the best in New York and Los Angeles in diverse styles including Hip Hop, Jazz Funk, Waacking, African, House and Lyrical. His training grounds include Debbie Reynolds Studio (where he is currently faculty), The Edge Performing Arts Center & Broadway Dance Center. Lashaun’s mixture of intricacy and grooves define his style. “

Hip Hop Instructor: JC Ryan

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Jc Ryan is originally from Salem, New Hampshire trying to share his work with inspiring dancers all over the world.

Dancer: Seth Swartz

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“Seth started dancing and creating at a young age, but it wasn’t until he moved to college that this hobby of his began turning into a passion. While attending UC Santa Cruz, he joined Haluan- a competitive collegiate dance troupe. He eventually joined Funkanometry SF during his last year of college, where he had the opportunity to share his dancing and choreography in prestigious showcases such as Vibe, Body Rock, and The Sock Hop.”

Leadership Seminar – Arnel Calvario, Knicole Haggins, Keone & Mari Madrid

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Are you wondering how to be a successful leader in the dance community.. not just a dancer, but a leader who impacts & influences? Join a panel of professionals in their discussion over building a happy culture. Hear what they have to say about directing, productivity, & leadership.

Dancer: Cindy Minowa

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Most recognized for her national appearance on America’s Best Dance Crew, Cindy Minowa is a versatile dancer, representing her extensive dance training from Defore’s Dance Studio and Kaba Modern. Featured on numerous TV appearances and on stage, Cindy is fearless in performance and self expression.

Sleepy Dancers, NoHo CA

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Sleepy Dancers was founded by artistic director and choreographer Free Boogie. After traveling to another country and experiencing terrible living conditions, he vowed to help other dancers with their experience living in Los Angeles. For 7 years Free has given a comfortable home to many dancers.

Why Wait For Opportunities When You Can Create Your Own? Advice From Gigi

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“Stay Relevant. Grind & Hustle on a Daily. Manage your Time.”