Tag Archive: performing arts

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.

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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.”

Hip Hop Instructor: Shaun Evaristo

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Having made a huge impact on the dance community today, Shaun Evaristo is one of the most sought after instructors around the world. His choreography first bursted on to the dance scene as he directed Gen2 in Northern California, and thereafter pursued industry work in Los Angeles. As CEO of Movement Lifestyle, he continues to travel the globe to inspire others, leaving a legacy that continues to change the dance world.

Choreographer: Shaun Evaristo

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Shaun Evaristo is a professional dancer, choreographer, and currently the CEO of Movement Lifestyle, the dance studio. Shaun has greatly impacted the dance industry with his credits as a company director and through Movement Lifestyle’s vision to raise standards for the community. He’s taught at dance institutions around the world and has performed for Justin Bieber, Omarion, Vanessa Hudgens, J. Lewis, NLT, Travis Garland, Tae Yang, 2NE1, and Se7en.

Edge Performing Arts Center, Hollywood CA

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“EDGE is world renowned as the finest professional training facility for commercial dance. Established in 1992, we offer beginning through professional open classes 7 days a week, 350 days a year. Class styles include Jazz, Ballet, Tap, Hip Hop, Jazz Funk, Contemporary Jazz, Modern Fusion, Theatre Dance, Cabaret, Breakin’, Movement for Actors, Turns, Salsa, Belly Dancing, and Yoga for Dancers…”