|Warm-up explorations w/ Eagle QD
|Musicality + character development w/ Katria aka Muse
|***FULL*** Movement improvisation w/ Nicolas Ventura
|Key steps in House dance + session w/ Jordan Lowry-Fassina
Space is limited. If plans change, please contact us.
@eagle_qd by Shawn Kim
Dancing since 2009 and teaching since 2015, Eagle QD is a dynamic force in the dance world. As a proud member of EAGLE CREW, NOW OR NEVER, KGB, and TEAM SIGHT, QD has earned numerous accolades, including victories in the 2017 Battle of the Year and Freestyle Session qualifiers in Taiwan. With a 200-hour yoga license and a string of championship wins, QD is a true dance virtuoso.
Katria by @dal.tonien
Katria Phothong-McKinnon, an artist and dancer, embarked on her dance journey with Traditional Thai dancing and expanded her skills to Hip Hop, Popping, Voguing, and Wacking. Currently serving as the Mother of the Kiki House of Gvasalia, co-founder of Vogue YYC, and Soul Boulevard with partner Shandie Ta, Katria has trained under street dance pioneers. She's collaborated with Red Bull, Calgary Philharmonic, and the Esker Foundation, showcasing her talents in performances, teaching, and more. Continuously honing her craft, Katria aspires to foster Ballroom, Wacking/Punking, and street dance in Western Canada.
Nicolas Ventira by Alvin Collantes
At the heart of Nicolas' artistic pursuits is his passion for choreography. He is a prolific creator of original works for dance companies, television shows, music videos, and collaborative projects. Beyond that, he provides guidance to young artists attending conservatories/universities like The Juilliard School and the University of Southern California. As an educator, Nicolas is a world traveller, imparting his knowledge and expertise by leading classes and workshops for professional and pre-professional dance artists in the dance industry.
Jordan Lowry-Fassina by Tristan Anderson
Born in Winnipeg and now residing in Vancouver, Jordan is a multidisciplinary dance artist. Hip-Hop, Popping, House and Locking, were the first dance forms experienced. His exploration of House led to a broader perspective in his approach, leading to Salsa, Tap, and Lindy Hop, highlighting the interconnectedness of dance forms.
We'll start with a class, covering a few key steps and exercises, emphasizing smooth and effortless movements to the music. Control and patience. Open session following class to explore further!
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