Joffrey Ballet School Joffrey Dance Center Dance Informa



JUNE 11 – JUNE 22
(1 - 2 Week Sessions)

Ages 8 – 25

This is the ULTIMATE Hip Hop Dance Training Experience in the country now in Los Angeles! Be prepared to be challenged by our top artists in the industry artists including Candace Brown a Monsters of Hip Hop Alumni. Dancers will be challenged with over 75 class types in Breaking, Freestyle, House, Jazz/Funk, Street, Locking, Pop’n, commercial and others forms. At the end of the summer intensive dances will perform a summer showcase. Partnering with STG The Ultimate Dance Competition

  • Stay 1 Week

    $799 per week

  • Stay 2 Weeks, Save $348

    $625 per week


$799 per week

Tuition Due at Registration: $300

Tuition Balance: Monthly Payments through June 1st.

Registration Fee: $99


$450 per week

Housing Due at Registration: $250

Housing Balance: Monthly Payments through June 1st

Students ages 10 and 11 that require housing should attend our Joffrey South Intensive. Housing is available for dancers ages 12 and up.

Meal Plan

$225 per week

Meal Plan Due at Registration: 50%

Prices include food & beverages plus sales tax. Breakfast and Dinner Only.
Only offered to dancers in housing.

Meal Plan Balance: Monthly Payments through June 1st

Chaperone Fee

$250 per dancer

Chaperone Fee Balance: Monthly Payments through June 1st

Required for students in housing ages 12 to 13

One time fee

Resident Fee

$150 per dancer

Resident Advisor Fee: Monthly Payments through June 1st

Required for all dancers in housing

One time fee

3.5% Processing Fee

For all transactions, a 3.5% processing fee will be applied.

Joffrey FAQ's

Housing, Meal and Studio FAQ's

Carrageen Hall: 9852 Lindley Ave, Northridge, CA 91330

Joffrey West LA Students are housed at CSUN’s Carrageen Hal (also referred to as building 2 found on the main campus map). Campus Map Download

It is recommended you park in Lot E9

Important: Scooters are forbidden in buildings.

Students ages 10 and 11 that require housing should attend our Joffrey South Intensive. Housing is available for dancers ages 12 and up.

We will do our best to honor roommate requests that are completed and remain within the established guidelines.

A dancer may request up to a maximum of three roommates for a total of four dancers in a chain. Please note that all roommate requests must be completed by both sets of parents, at least fourteen days prior to arrival.

Please note that confirmed roommates will be in the same room, but we are unable to accommodate requests for a bunk assignment near another dancer. Dancers are assigned their beds by their Resident Assistants based on numerous factors including medical conditions, sleepwalking, etc. and these assignments may not be changed during the arrival process.

Roommate Requests will be asked during Registration.

Students are on the meal plan and will have access to Geronimo’s, the primary dining area in student housing for conference guests. During 2010, this facility was renovated into a dazzling new food court. Breakfast and dinner will be served daily. On performance day, dinner will be served earlier for the dancers. Students may either purchase lunch on campus or make a sack lunch.

The Joffrey Ballet School has setup a very simple and orderly housing check in and check out process. Please drop off your dancer Sunday from 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM at Carrageen Hall (Building 2) . When picking up your happy dancer, please assist your child to be packed and on their way home prior to 12:00 PM Saturday. Please note after check-in that evening the dancers will have a mandatory orientation.

Orientation and arrival times depend on whether or not you will be staying in our housing facilities. Please check the Orientation Times section for full details. Please join us Monday morning at the start of your intensive for the opportunity to meet the JBS Staff and review your schedules.

What to Bring
Your room will fill up quickly; so only bring what you really need. Remember, you can always purchase extras or have your family send them to you. Linens and towels are provided. A linen packet consists of 2 Twin XL sheets, 1 pillowcase, 1 pillow, 1 blanket, and 3 towels. On Mondays, linens can be exchanged at the Conference Services Office.

  1. Toiletries: Soap, toothpaste, toothbrush, shampoo, deodorant and other personal toiletry products.
  2. Bathroom Essentials: Hair dryer, shower shoes, UL tested surge protectors, etc.
  3. Recreational Clothing: Jeans, t-shirts, swimsuit, walking shoes, sandals, etc.
  4. Dance Attire: Dance clothes, shoes, and other related supplies.
  5. Electronics: Alarm clock. Computers, iPods, iPads and valuables at your own discretion.
  6. Cell Phone: Every student is required to bring or purchase upon arrival, a personal mobile phone. This phone number must be provided to the RAs upon arrival and will serve as the primary method of communication between Joffrey staff and the dancers.

What Not to Bring
The following items are prohibited in Joffrey housing and may be confiscated if found in your room.

  • Hot plates, toasters, toaster ovens, coffeemakers, BBQ grill or any other cooking appliances
  • Candles or incense
  • Halogen lights
  • Pets of any kind
  • Alcohol
  • Illegal substances of any nature
  • Anything that produces a flame/spark, fireworks, sparklers. When not in use, your lighters for pointe shoes must remain in your dance bag.

There is a Lost and Found table set-up during check-out on Saturday. Please check this section for any misplaced items before you leave. If you realize that you did not make it home with an item, please call Customer Service at +1 888.438.3808 and leave a message describing the missing item(s). All claimed items will be returned C.O.D. Items will be held for two weeks, and after that time they will be donated to charity. Please label all items and make sure that you have all your belongings before leaving. JBS is not responsible for lost or broken items.

Other FAQ's


$50 Change Buildings (NYC only)

$50 Roommate Change Request

$100 Initial Roommate Request

$100 Early, Late Check In and Check Out

Team Assignments

$50 Change Team Assignment Request

Friday, June 15th Flash Mob
Location: To be determined

Friday June 22 Flash Mob
Location: To be determined

Special attire needed during the intensive for Flash Mob:    

  • All Black Outfit
  • All White Outfit
  • Blue Jeans and Shorts
  • Your favorite Hip Hop attire

Carrageen Hall bedrooms are furnished with a bed(s), dresser(s) and a desk.  Apartments are Internet ready. Central air conditioners are provided. Each apartment has a living room, a full bathroom, and a private balcony or patio. Apartments also have kitchens, although pots/pans/flatware/dishes are NOT provided.  Joffrey has limited pots/plates for loan.  Kitchens are equipped with a refrigerator and a stove (no microwave).

This document lists the most important housing policies. Please refer to the housing manual of your assigned facility for a complete list of rules, policies, and procedures.

We know you are anxious to find out everything you need to know to prepare for your intensive(s) and we cannot wait to share all the details! All dancers are required to complete our Online Pre-Check In form prior to arrival. All dancers will need to DocuSign their Pre-Check In packet, print and bring it with them to orientation/housing check in.

Joffrey Ballet School does not provide transportation to or from the airport. Two popular shuttle services from local airports are Super Shuttle ( or Road Runner Shuttle Service (

Non-Refundable Tuition and Other Fees

It is the policy of the Center for American Dance / Joffrey Ballet School that all tuition and other fees paid shall not be refunded at any time, regardless of the time of cancellation by the student or student’s parents or guardians or whether the relevant program has commenced. In the event that the relevant program has been cancelled by the Center for American Dance / Joffrey Ballet School, the School will make best efforts to move the student into a substantially similar program; in the event that no such substantially similar program exists, the School will issue a full refund.
In some instances we are able to offer a credit towards Joffrey programing which must be used in 1 calendar year. The Registration Fee, ALL DEPOSITS, and all Processing Fees are non-refundable and will be forfeited.
Prior to May 1st, a credit for any payments already made may placed in the dancer’s name to be used for future Joffrey programming. All payments made at the time of withdrawal are non-refundable. Any future payments still due to the school will be waived at the school’s discretion.
After May 1st, all payments are non-refundable. If a dancer’s withdrawal is due to injury or illness, and certified by a Dr’s. note, a partial credit may be used towards next summer at the Joffrey Ballet School’s Discretion. Credit can not be issued for housing and meal plans payments.

The Joffrey Ballet School prides itself in taking photos of the dancers that represent their superb experience and will utilize the photos for its website and or marketing and advertising purposes. Dancers and parents are welcome to take photos of the dance experience. When attending the program you consent to the use of your photography in our website and marketing materials.

We have arranged for weekend activities to enhance the students experience in Los Angeles. All activities are chaperoned by Joffrey Staff to and from the event and the dormitories. If you are a commuter student you will be informed where to meet the group.

Tickets are limited and always sell out so please sign up for them as soon as you can. Please be aware we add a surcharge, typically forty to fifty dollars, to the cost of the ticket printed on the stub to cover the cost of providing the chaperones and chartered bus transportation.

After you have signed up there is nothing else you need to do. The various student groups are escorted by chaperones to the event where tickets will be distributed.

If you are a COMMUTER student (not resident in hall of residence), and you would like to participate, please email and be sure to let her know you are a commuter student!

California State University – Northridge
Valley Performing Arts Center
18111 Nordhoff St Northridge, CA 91330

Note: Please see your Weekly Schedule’s studio assignment for your exact location

Sample Schedule

Daily Schedule

Ballet Technique/Contemporary Ballet/Contemporaru
9:00AM – 10:30AM

Pointe/Latin Grooe/Breaking
10:45AM – 11:45AM

Hip Hop/Contemporary/Contemporary Ballet
1:00AM – 2:30PM

2:45PM – 3:45PM

You will be emailed a link to your dance schedule. You will receive it a week before your session starts.


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Lissette Salgado-Lucas

Artistic Director of Summer of Hip Hop NYC

Born in Miami, Florida, Lissette Salgado evolved her passion for dance while studing with Judith Reece Newman and Marianna Alvarez. In 1988, She joined the Joffrey Ballet and danced with the company for seven years. Some of Lissette’s roles included: Balanchine’s Tarantella, Frederick Ashton’s Les Patinuers and La Fille Mal Gardee, Kurt Jooss’s The Green Table, John Cranko’s Romeo and Juliet, Jiri Kylian’s Return to Strange Land, Gerald Arpino’s Light Rain and Viva Vivaldi, and Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker.

In 1995, Lissette joined the Royal Winnipeg Ballet and danced lead roles in: Bengt Jorgens’s Swedish Song and Anthony Tudor’s Leaves are Fading. She was recognized for her role as Odette/Odile in Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake, Juliet in Rudi van Dantzig’s Romeo and Juliet, Beauty and Butterfly in David Nixon’s Beauty and the Beast and Butterfly, Lucy in Mark Godden’s Dracula, the principal role in Mikhail Fokine’s Les Sylphides, Paquita in Petipa’s Paquita, and Kitri in  Petipa’s Don Quixote.

Lissette is a renowned, international guest artist who has performed with the Daring Project under the direction of Margo Sappington and Valentina Kozlova. She also performed her role of Juliet in Florence, Italy with Teatro de Maggio Dance Company and was a guest artist with the ‘Stars of Canadian Ballet’ Company, touring throughout Canada and performing in the Pan Am Summer Games Closing Ceremonies 1999.

Lissette has taught at the North Carolina School of the Arts, South Carolina Governor’s School of the Arts, Dillard High School for the Performing Arts, Laguna Dance Theater and at Florida Dance Master.

In 2012, Lissette co-founded Shake the Ground with her husband David and in 2013, Universal Ballet Competition. Both competitions offer over $100,000 in scholarships to inspiring young dancers, annually, to assist each of them in reaching their remarkable potential, catapulting them to the next level of their dance careers.

Lissette’s extensive professional experience and relationships in the dance world with professionals in the industry allow Lissette to bring the highest level of judges to STG and UBC and to expand on a national platform.

David Lucas

Artistic Director of Summer of Hip Hop NYC

Born in Chorley, England, and raised in Kelowna, B.C., Canada, David unveiled his passion for dance at age nine. The Canadian School of Ballet is where he began training under the direction of Betty Farrally, the co-founder of the Royal Winnipeg Ballet Company. He later trained in Toronto and graduated from the National Ballet School and the Royal Winnipeg Ballet School.

David joined the Royal Winnipeg Ballet Company in 1988 and danced for 14 years before retiring in 2000. He danced many lead roles such as: Balanchine’s Allegro Brillante and Tarantella, David Nixon’s Beauty and the Beast, Butterfly, Mark Godden’s Dracula, Paquita, Don Quixotes Pas de Deux and Brian McDonald’s Pas D’Action. It was with the RWB that he met his lovely wife, Lissette Salgado, and was honored to partner and perform many lead roles with her throughout his career.

David has also performed in five made for television dance movies as well as the popular Children’s TV show “The Toy Castle,” where he played the Strongman. He has also been invited as a guest artist to perform in Japan with the Reiko Yamamoto Ballet Company.

David was also the Artistic Director for the Canadian School of Ballet Summer program, which he and his wife, Lissette, directed for four years. David and Lissette choreographed and staged performances each year for the students. David later founded ‘The Stars of Canadian Ballet’ Company, which brought together the best artists in Canada from the National Ballet Company, The Alberta Ballet Company, and the Royal Winnipeg Ballet Company. This renowned group toured in Canada and performed in the closing ceremonies for the Pan Am Games in 1999.

In 2012, David co-founded Shake the Ground with his wife, Lissette, and in 2013, Universal Ballet Competition. Both competitions offer over $100,000 in scholarships to inspiring young dancers, annually, to assist each of them in reaching their remarkable potential, catapulting them to the next level of their dance careers.


RK Davis

Ryan, better known as RK Davis, is a Jersey native with a strong infatuation for the arts. Growing up, he has always been fascinated with the arts and knew that a career in this field as an entertainer would be his number one pursuit. Being the shy individual that he was, RK would only dance/act/sing in the privacy of his room until his first stage debute in the 6th grade for a school talent show. Not again until his last years of high school did RK participate in any talent shows or school performances. In fact, it wasn’t until he was introduced to a now good friend (Charlene aka Chi-Chi) early on in college did he begin to take dance very seriously. After his eyes were first opened to the dance world back in 2005, there was no turning back. Being a college student however, RK was only able to sneak away to NYC every once in a while to explore his dream. Finally building up the courage to fully commit to his passion, in 2008 RK began to train frequently in NYC and everything else began to fall into place.

RK has since moved to New York City and had the pleasure of working with choreographers such as Nappy Tabs, Gil Dulduloa, Luther Brown, Parris Goebel, Nu Stylz, Rhapsody James, Tweetie, Dana Foglia, Luam, Jermaine Brown, Lajon Dantzler, Kelly Peters, Jamie J, and more. His experience continues to grow appearing in the Ariana Grande music video “Right There”, the Victoria Secret Fashion Show, various television commercials including the Fiat promo with J-Lo, and has danced live for recording artists Janet Jackson, Jennifer Lopez, Ariana Grande, Mariah Carey, Nicki Minaj, Alicia Keys, Shontelle, and Salt -n- Pepa.  RK has also entered the role of choreographer, choreographing for a few up and coming artist in the NY area. Most recently RK has assisted with choreography on Ariana Grande’s “The Honeymoon Tour”. While continuing to further his dance training, RK is now also venturing off into many other forms of creative expression. Making his own brand “RKDavis Entertainment”, Davis is skilled in  photography, cinematography, music editing, and continues to broaden his spectrum and love for the arts.

Charles Smith

Charles Smith is a NYC-based choreographer and Dancer. 

Projects include:  Dancing for Grammy nominated artist Jidenna and T-PAIN,Michael Jackson’s final album “Michael,” choreographed by Tweetie; Capazios 125th Anniversary, choreographed by Stephen “Twitch” Boss of So You Think You Can Dance.

 Charles recently choreographed and taught in China and Russia ,Good Morning America, Chaka Khan, Brianna Perry, The NBA Teams The Brooklyn Nets and Chicago Bulls,Exit 21, Fly Panda,Disney’s Make Your Mark,Bratz Dolls,Chanelle Ray and Marz. 

SHEstreet “Cristii Streeter”

SHEstreet, the name given to Cristti Streeter by a collective group of friends and colleagues best describes this choreographer and movement artist. This young lady has the ability to move the masses.  Moving with fluidity and grace, she still embodies an undeniable sense of “raw” feel!  SHE, the Movement Artist, is a native of Memphis, Tennessee, who relocated to Los Angeles, California.  SHE is trained in Hip Hop, Jookin, Poppin and has, over the years, married her foundational styles to many new styles! Her movement is forever evolving!  Since her move to Los Angeles her credits have only grown, working with artists such as Missy Elliott, Rye Rye, Avicii, and more.

Yorelis Apolinario

Summer of Hip Hop Instructor

Yorelis is a Tampa-based dancer who began taking hip hop at 8 years old under the instruction of Elsa Pardo Dance Center. At the age of 12, she began to explore other styles such as ballet, jazz and contemporary. She attended the Orange Grove Middle School of the Arts and Blake High School of the Performing Arts, where she furthered her training in dance. From 2012 to 2014, she was able to tour with The Pulse On Tour convention under the instruction of the industry’s most sought after choreographers such as Dave Scott, Gil Duldulao, and Brian Friedman. In 2014, Yorelis was initiated into the all-style crew “The Flooridians” where she received training in foundational hip hop such as popping, locking, breaking, house, etc. Yorelis, alsod competed on the television show “So You Think You Can Dance” Season 12 where she made it to the Top 14 dancers. Following the show, Yorelis joined the “So You Think You Can Dance Tour” traveling the United States and Canada. In 2014, Yorelis co-founded an all-style girl company named “Female Energy.” This company stresses training in all styles and female empowerment in the dance community. Nowadays, Yorelis resides in LA to further her dance training and further her dance career.

Jared Jenkins

Summer of Hip Hop Instructor

Film/Music Videos
Annie (20014) NYC Premiere Chor. Will Gluck, Dir.
Astr Music Video – Bleeding Love Co-Chor. Neil Schwartz, C.Dir.
Wynter Gordon, “Home” Music Video Co-Chor. Shruti Ganguly,Dir.
Nova “Boom Bap” Music Video Chor. Rhapsody James, Dir.
Love Jones Girlz “M.A.N.D.S. Music Video Chor. Rock, Dir.
Step Up 2: The Streets Dancer Jon Chu, Dir.
Jasmine Sullivan “Holding You Down” Dancer Marcus Rayboy, Dir.

Jennifer Lopez for L’Oreal Principle Dancer Nappytabs, Chor.
Gnoise – Garage Magazine Principle Dancer Casey Brooks, Dir.
The Wendy Williams Show Principle Dancer Luam, Dir.
Verizon Dancer/Asst. Chor Nappytabs, Dir.
The Gap Dancer/ Co-Chor. David Brown, Dir.

Live Show
“Every Single Step” Show Chor. Brian Friedman. Prod.
iHeartMemphis – The Today Show Asst. Chor Luam. Chor.
BET’s Black Girls Rock Asst. Chor. Luam, Chor.
Natalie La Rose – College Tour Asst. Chor Jr Taylor/Luam, Chor.
Icona Pop – “David Letterman Show” Asst. Chor. Luam, Dir.
Brooklynettes Dance Team Guest Chor. Adar Wellington Dir.
Nike Industrial Principle Dancer Luam, Chor.
MAC Cosmetics “Heirloom Mix” Dancer Anthony Gabriel, Dir
Cirque Du Soleil “Mosaic” Dancer Muhktar Shariff, Dir
Monsters of Hip-Hop Show “The Monsters Way Dancer Chonique and Lisette, Dir. Motivating Excellence “Dream Catcher” Dancer Rhapsody James, Dir
Mercedes Benz New York Fashion Week Dancer Shyrelle Kalilkane, Dir.

Broadway Dance Center Faculty
The Pulse: Teacher Workshop Guest Instructor
Millennium Dance Complex Guest Instructor
Movement Lifestyles Guest Instructor
Shear Talent Ltd. Convention Judge/Faculty
World of Dance Judge

Carlos Nato

Summer of Hip Hop Instructor

Serge Lazarev ‘Slow Mo’ Single
– Sony Music Moscow
Britain’s Got Talent – George Sampson Return 2009
– Syco Music
NBA Brooklynettes (Co-Choreographer)
NY Fringe Festival (Movement Director)
World of Dance UK 2011 (Creative Director)
Warner Brothers, Happy Feet 2 UK Promo
Goldie Lookin Chain 2009 UK Tour
Trevor Nelson BBC Wales 2007
Dawnstastig S4C BBC Wales
Samsung You tube promotion 2007
AMCK Agency Audition (Assistant Choreographer)
‘Take on That’ all live shows
Bacardi Online Promo 2011
Circolombia (Choreographer / Developer)
Gymnos: A Geek’s Tragedy (Choreographer)
Alone-ology (Choreographer/Developer)
Bloomingdales 2015 ‘Do the B-Roll’ (Dancer)
– Directed by Frederick Pinet
Rob Thomas ‘Trust You’ (Choreographer)
– Atlantic Records
Melanie Martinez ‘Training Wheels’ (Choreographer)
– Atlantic Records
George Sampson – “Body Language” (Choreographer)
– Syco Music
IvyRise “yes to running” (Choreographer)
– Sitcom soldiers
Icona Pop – “All Night” (Dancer)
– Mark Klasfeld
Addictive – “Domino Effect” (Dancer)
– Choreography by Tony Adigun
Diagram of The Heart “If I were you” (Dancer)
– Choreography by Kate Prince
Plant Duw – “Bandit” (Choreographer)
– Boomerang Productions
Broadway Dance Center, NYC
– Faculty
Alvin Ailey
– Faculty
Peridance Capezio Center
– Faculty
Pineapple Dance Studios London
– Faculty
Royal Ballet School London
– Guest Street Dance instructor
Hip Hop Master Classes in Europe:
– Portugal, Spain, France, Italy, UK, Russia, Ukrain,
Czech Republic, Poland and Netherlands
Drive Dance Project, Moscow
– Sponsored by Nike ‘08
Blaze Street Dance Sensation (Dancer)
– Directed by Anthony Van Laast, West End/ World Tour
Some Like It Hip Hop (Dancer / Swing)
– Directed by Kate Prince, London West End
Nintendo Grease The Official Video Game 2011
(Dancer – John Travolta Motion Capture)
Sony Dance Star Party 2012 (Principal Dancer)
Expert Contributor to
– New York Innovative Theatre Awards 2014

Candace Brown

Summer of Hip Hop Instructor

Candace Brown is a dancer/choreographer/instructor with a huge passion for the art of dance. She has taught in Los Angeles for 5+years as faculty at Debbie Reynolds Studio, Millennium Dance Complex, and Edge PAC. She has also traveled teaching around the world in various countries like Japan, Spain, Australia, Russia, Brazil, Greece, Poland, Ireland, Amsterdam and more, plus states across the US. Candace is a Monsters of Hip Hop Show Alumni, and was principal dancer on UNITY LA directed by Tessandra Chavez. She has choreographed for artists like Nicole Scherzinger, under the direction of Jaquel
Knight, plus danced/assisted major choreographers on various television shows like “X-Factor” (chor: Kevin Maher), “Dancing With The Stars” (chor: Aakomon Jones) and BET’s “Black Girls Rock” (chor: Luam
Keflezgy). Recent credits include dancing for Beyoncé on the 2016 VMA’s. Candace’s transition to New York City is an exciting time for her and she is so honored and humbled to share her craft with the
east coast. She hopes to continually be inspired and inspire others by
doing what she loves. Learn more about Candace and all upcoming
projects at”

Credits include:

Janelle Monae
Nicole Scherzinger
Mark Ronson
Dancing With the Stars
Broadway Dance Center NYC
Millennium Dance Complex
Debbie Reynolds Studio

Curtis “Trix” Pearson

Summer of Hip-Hop NYC Instructor

Curtis “Trix” Pearson is a very talented performer/Dance Choreographer. His passion and love for dance and Entertainment goes a long way. Former Dance Memeber of Round 1, and goes by the name “Trix”. He’s had the pleasure of teaching at the Boys & Girls Club of Burlington County, Gifted Students Camp at Princeton University, Musical Movents Dance Theater,Bucks County Technical High School, Artist in Motion, Arabesque Dance Studio and Modeling, Beyond Dance In Brooklyn NY, Dream Dance Studio in LedgeWood NJ and many other dance studios across the East Coast All Down To Orlando Florida. He also appeared and performed on BET’s 106 & Park with His Dance Group Round 1 many times. Very self motivated to stay postive and continue to do what he loves with moving forward to bigger and better things. A Very Great Accomplishment was appearing as a Las Veges Contestant For The Telvision Show “So you think you can dance” !! Recently a Cast Member of the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando Florida performing in the shows and Parades Such as, Disney Channel Rocks, Star Wars Hyperspace Hoopla, Monsters University, and The Move it Shake it Celebrate it Street Party. Was Recently Placed in the Data Base For Upcoming Contracts With Disney Live And Cirque Du Soleil after a successful audition Process. Had The Pleasure Of Being ask To Choreograph For The Orlando Magics Dance Team and Running Their Audition Process for The 2014-2015 Season. An Upcoming artist that Goes By The Name Chris C-PO Porter refers to “Trix” as The Go to choreographer For His Music Video! A Guest Faculty Member/Choreographer At New York Cities “Broadway Dance Center”, And “Peridance Capezio Center”, and HipHop Director at Peak Performance Arts Center Of New Jersey!

Casie “Tynee” Goshow

Summer of Hip-Hop NYC Instructor

Casie Goshow, aka B-Girl ‘Tynee’ is hip hop choreographer and break dancer, who has been teaching both hip hop and break dancing for over the last 10 years around the country.  She is originally from a small town in Pennsylvania and went to live in New York City after college, before making the move to Los Angeles.  She has worked in the commercial entertainment industry working a variety of jobs as she pursues her dreams.  Casie has worked side by side with various artists and organizations such as Chris Brown, Lil John, Psy, French Montana, Beats Superbowl Commercial, the NBA, Adidas and was a Las Vegas Season 12 Street Finalist on So You Think You Can Dance?  Currently she is touring around the country teaching kids of all ages at studios, conventions and competitions.  Casie owns her own clothing line, Goshow Yourself, which was created in response to the bullying occurring around the country.  She wanted a clothing line that inspired people of all ages and walks of life to have the courage and confidence to be themselves.

Dexter Carr

Summer of Hip-Hop NYC Instructor

Dexter Carr started dancing at the age of 16 in Miami, FL, and got his first professional job with Chris Brown in his hit music video, Kiss Kiss. While in NYC Dexter had the chance to work professionally with Joss Stone, Katy Perry, Kelly Rowland, and Beyonce. He also got to experience the Broadway community by being a part of the Original cast of Bring It On: The Musical (National Tour and Broadway) and later, In The Heights. Dexter also worked on a Puma National commercial and Discovery Channel Spot. Since Dexter left Broadway he has worked with; Aloe Blacc, Danity Kane, Missy Elliot, Jlo, Janet Jackson and many other amazing artists.