Hit It: Commercial Dance Intensive
@ J’adore Dance StudioMidlothian, VA •
September 21st - 23rd, 2018 Save to Calendar
Hit It: Commercial Dance IntensiveDancer Ages: 5+
J’adore Dance Studio
5045 Craig Rath Blvd. Midlothian, VA 23112
September 21st - 23rd, 2018Save to Calendar
Early Registration DeadlineAugust 18th, 2018 – Register Now!
Early Registration PerksThe first 50 dancers who register and meet our social media requirements are automatically registered for an invite-only Master Class with Phil Wright (view the details below) and all dancers who register for Early Registration are considered VIP’s and are welcome to attend our VIP PIZZA and NEON LIGHT DANCE PARTY with Liberate Artists Faculty & Staff. Hello Snapchat!
Awards CeremonyWin scholarships to NYC and LA for the summer of 2019. The summer of 2018’s faculty included MIA MICHAELS, PHIL WRIGHT, YSABELLE CAPITULE, LAUREN FRODERMAN, COMFORT FEDOKE, SAMO SOTO, KAI LIN, and many more…
How to win admittance to additional class with Phil Wright
- Register for Hit It: The Commercial Dance Intensive with Lauren Froderman & Phil Wright
- Download our image
- Post the image on your Instagram Account (or your mom or dads)
- Tag @jadoredancerva and @liberateartists in the post
- Write in the comment the reason why you are most excited to attend this Experience
- Private Message Liberate (@liberateartists) to view your post!
Step 2: Follow all the requirements below
Phil Wright is a Choreographer and dancer from Florida. He was born in Miami and at the age of nine he began to dance. As his passion grew he began to dance and choreograph professionally in Miami. With hopes of pursuing his dreams at a higher level, Phil moved to California. He now is currently active as a professional dancer and choreographer. Phil has danced for artists including Will Smith, Chayanne, Nicki Minaj, and Pitbull. He also is a teacher for Millennium Dance Complex, Debbie Reynolds Dance Studio, IDA Dance Academy, and Abby Lee Dance Studio. He travels as much as he can teaching new students in new areas spreading his knowledge and love of dance.
Lauren Froderman has been dancing since the age of 3 and since then has trained in jazz, lyrical, contemporary, ballet, tap, and hip hop. She has always been a well-rounded dancer and because of this went on to win the seventh season of the Fox television show, So You Think You Can Dance. She has also danced for people such as the Radio City Rockette’s, Big Time Rush, Blake McGrath, and others. Appearing in television performances, music videos, and live shows, she continues to reach for the stars and learn and do as much as possible. Probably her greatest accomplishment since the end of the So You Think You Can Dance show and tour has been becoming the first dance athlete for Gatorade and being the female dance athlete for the G Series Fit line. As a director/choreographer Lauren teaches around the US with Excel in Motion Dance Convention and with Liberate Artists INC. She has directed/choreographed several videos including her own interpretations of the songs"Soap" by Melanie Martinez, "Samson" by Regina Spektor, and "Bad Liar" by Selena Gomez.
Born and raised in New York City, Kai is a dancer/choreographer of many different dance genres and currently resides in Los Angeles. He started his training at MOBA dance academy and also joined his community as a street dancer/performer. He continued to study Ballet, Modern and Choreography at the prestigious Laguardia High School in NYC as a dancer major, also known as the F.A.M.E school as well as competing in street dance competitions. After graduating, he started his career while continuing to train at Peridance, Broadway Dance Center, EXPG, and many different street dance competitions and jams. This allowed him to be more proficient in Contemporary, Hip-Hop, House, Waacking, Improvisation and Choreography. After touring with Odyssey Dance Theatre, dancing for Prince Royce and Daddy Yankee, Kai signed with Clear Talent Group and moved to Los Angeles to continue his career. Since relocating some of his credits include becoming a finalist in the top 6 on SYTYCD Ukraine, Americas Got Talent, Nicki Minaj, Pharrell Williams/ N.E.R.D, Prince Royce, Wisin, TOKYOtheCompany, among others. He teaches Contemporary, Hip hop and Improvisation at Millennium Dance Complex and Movement Lifestyle as well as teaching/mentoring students around the country for companies like Broadway Dance Center, Peridance Capezio Center, TOKYOtheAcademy, the Tallahasee Ballet, BrickHouse NYC, and Project D Dance Company. While continuing his career, Kai plans to use all of his opportunities to create many new works, train and educate the next generation of dancers for years to come and sharing dance with the world! Kai recently danced with Janet Jackson at the Billboard Awards.
Audry GinsburgExperience Manager
Audry grew up in a small town in Southern Illinois where her love of performing and creating began. After solidifying her skill set in college at Murray State University she started performing professionally. Working as a freelance dancer/choreographer, her jobs have taken her to places she never imagined. From riding a horse in Dolly Parton's Dixie Stampede to 'running away' with the circus to New York City public schools! Her performance and teaching opportunities have given her a love of travel as she has toured the country by bus and internationally by ship. Credits Include: Sesame St. Live Nat’l Tour, Norwegian GEM, Damn Yankees, and Dolly Parton's Dixie Stampede. In recent years she has focused her energies on choreographing and teaching dance. Audry has taught for the prestigious Stagedoor Manor, Concordia Conservatory, and serves as lead experience manager and teaching artist for Liberate Artists Inc. As a member of Liberate Artists Inc. Audry has had the privilege of working and teaching with dance artists including: Comfort Fedoke (So You Think You Can Dance All Star), Lauren Froderman (So You Think You Can Dance Winner), Ivan Koumaev (Justin Timberlake), Randi and Hefa (Beyonce), Kyle Van Newkirk (World of Dance), and this summer Emmy Award Winning Choreographer, Mia Michaels. She aims to constantly expand her knowledge of dance and to continue to share her passion of performing and teaching the youth of America and the world! When not traveling for work she resides in New York City.
Amelia was born and raised in Thousand Oaks, CA. Throughout her training, she was on competition teams, winning many first place and overall soloist awards. Amelia was selected for numerous scholarships from competitions and conventions all over California, including a one year scholarship to Millennium Dance Complex in Los Angeles. Some of Amelia's credits include being a featured female dancer on The Hello Kitty Friendship Festival National Tour, Nickelodeon's Big Time Rush, Promo for Disney's 'Camp Rock 2', FOX 'Mobbed', Good Day L.A., and the Los Angeles Clippers. Her regional theatre credits include: Beauty and The Beast and Peter Pan. She has also worked alongside of celebrities Selena Gomez, Rosario Dawson, Jane Fonda, Wilmer Valderrama, Perez Hilton, Howie Mendel. She has danced for famous LA choreographers, Tabitha and Napoleon Dumo, Mandy Moore, Matt Cady, and Beau Fournier . She was a featured dancer and one of the assistant production coordinators for the world famous dance show, Choreographers' Carnival . She was a company member and assistant for the popular LA based company, Mischief Makers. They are invited to perform all over the country, including Hawaii, Boston, Chicago, Las Vegas, San Francisco, Etc. Amelia also travels the United States judging studio dance competitions for Starpower, Imagine, and Revolution Talent Competitions. Over her professional career, Amelia has been teaching at several dance studios, high schools, and universities on the East and West Coast, including UCLA, Cal State Northridge, Cal State Channel Islands, and University of Delaware. She currently is a traveling faculty member for Liberate Artists, teaching and choreographing alongside Comfort Fedoke, Misha Gabriel, Lauren Froderman, Mollee Gray, Etc. Amelia resides in New York City to continue to pursue her dance and teaching career.