Tag Archive: industry

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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Trey’s House

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Located in the heart of North Hollywood, and a 5 minute walk to both Movement Lifestyle and Millennium. Trey’s House has been home to many local dancers and international dancers pursuing the dance industry.

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.

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.

A Rollercoaster Called “The Audition”

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Ever wondered what it feels like to audition?! Dancers spend much of their time attending auditions to land a job–just like going to an interview! Here is a personal account of the auditioning experience from a dancer’s point of view. Written by April Rodriguez.

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.”

Agency / Entertainment Internship

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Clear Talent Group is currently accepting applications for individuals seeking internships in the agency/entertainment industry. Seeking hard-working, reliable office interns to help assist our busy departments. As an intern at CTG, you can expect to learn about the agent side of the entertainment industry through duties that may include (but are not limited to) the following:

“Dancers Who Don’t Dance For Artists, Don’t Matter.”

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I won’t mention who said this or where I heard it (you might be able to guess that it came from someone who does dance for artists) but as someone who’s rarely danced for artists and lives… Continue reading