The Movement

The Traveling Faculty

The core of our faculty are our Traveling Faculty Members – six versatile and unique dance educators from New York City. Each experience combines our Traveling Faculty Members with the celebrity teacher of your choice, which we call Headliners, to bring the magic to each Liberate Experience.

Audra Bryant

@AudraBryant

Audra Bryant

@AudraBryant

Audra Bryant is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma with a BFA in Musical Theatre. While growing up in Wichita, Kansas, Audra’s love for for Ballet and classical voice eventually transitioned into a love for Fosse, Cole Porter, and all things musical theatre once she hit middle school. Audra's performance career has been diverse, playing roles such as Ivy Smith in On the Town, and had approximately fourteen buckets of “blood” dumped on her in Carrie the Musical (Carrie White). She worked various summers for the Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma as Dance Captain/Ensemble and as the Associate Choreographer for their production of Mary Poppins. Audra most recently performed in the Carbonell nominated production of Will Rogers Follies at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre. Some of the gifted artists she has the privilege to associate with are Beth Level, Emily Skinner, Richard J. Hinds, David Scotchford, Jeff Blumenkrantz, and Bartram & Hill. Audra also works as a choreographer in NY and has had her work showcased at the New York Jazz Choreography Festival (presented by JCE, Inc.). Audra is a member of the Liberate Artists Traveling Faculty team and teaches around the country She teaches all styles and levels for a variety studios throughout New York and the surrounding areas through Liberate Artists and has taught alongside SYTYCD's Comfort Fedoke and Dance Moms Payton Ackerman. She is inspired through the opportunity to watch passion for the arts grow in youth.

Julie Carter

@JulieCarterDance

Julie Carter

@JulieCarterDance

Julie Carter, originally from Alabama, is a graduate of Point Park University with a B.A. in Dance with a Jazz Concentration. She trained at Alabama Ballet and has traveled to numerous countries as a dancer for Royal Caribbean International Cruise Lines and Spirit Productions. She has worked alongside artists such as Jason Parsons, Doug Caldwell, Elizabeth Parkinson (Chorus Line), Kathryn Murphy (Moving Out), Kat Wildish, Billy Griffin, and has performed works by Luam, Mike Esperanza, Buglisi Dance Theater, Merce Cunningham, Katie Rose McLaughlin (Designated Movement), among others. Julie is on faculty at Steps On Broadway, has taught masterclasses for Dance Teachers Club of Boston, Sacred Heart University, national dance conventions, and is a frequent Guest Artist at The School at Steps and CorePower sub at the Martha Graham School. Julie is a Traveling Faculty Member for Liberate Artists INC, teaching in studio experiences across the country with some of the industry’s finest, including So You Think You Can Dance’s Lauren Froderman and Comfort Fedoke. Most currently, she is a company member of NYC-based Dance Into Deliverance and can be seen in the television series, Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, on Amazon Prime.

Amelia Burkhardt

@AmeliaBurkhardt

Amelia Burkhardt

@AmeliaBurkhardt

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.

Kenny Hernandez

@Kennaayboy

Kenny Hernandez

@Kennaayboy

Kenny Hernandez was born and raised in Bronx, NY. Kenny has been dancing since he was 13 years old. He started off as a freestyle dancer, but then branched out and started to learn more, not only about freestyling, but also in choreography as well. He started training in all fundamentals of Hip Hop in his first company, Hip Hop Theory The Company. There he studied all of his foundations of popping, breaking, waving, and commercial choreography. Kenny then went on to perform for shows and competitions such as Prelude Urban Dance Competition and World of Dance. Kenny is a Traveling Faculty Member for Liberate Artists and has taught alongside Ivan Koumaev (Justin Timberlake), Comfort Fedoke (So You Think You Can Dance All Star), Randi and Hefa (Beyonce), and Lauren Froderman (So You Think You Can Dance Winner) to name a few. Kenny strives to bring out the best in each dancer and loves seeing growth in his students. When Kenny is not teaching, he still loves to train, especially in EXPG Professional Gym and Broadway Dance Center in New York City.

Audry Gingsburg

Lead Experience Manager@AudryHamiltonGinsburg

Audry Gingsburg

Lead Experience Manager@AudryHamiltonGinsburg

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.

Ryan Blackson

@rblackson

Ryan Blackson

@rblackson

Ryan Blackson was born and raised in Wilmington, DE. He started dancing at the age of 10 training in genres such as ballet, tap, jazz, musical theater, contemporary/lyrical, modern, and hip-hop. At the age of 18 he moved to New York City and earned his BFA in Dance with a jazz concentration from Marymount Manhattan College. Ryan has had the privilege to train with some of the top professionals in the industry both in New York City and Los Angeles such as; Al Blackstone, Sheila Barker, Lorna Ventura, Jason Wise and many more. Upon graduating from Marymount he completed two contracts with Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines allowing him to dance and travel the world. He has also had the opportunity to perform in various regional productions around the United States including; Cats (Mr. Mistoffelees), A Chorus Line (Larry), La Cage aux Folles (Cagelle), Chicago, My Fair Lady, Legally Blonde the Musical, Guys and Dolls, and many more. Ryan will be heading out on tour with Spirit Productions’ Christmas Wonderland for the 2017 holiday season. As a choreographer Ryan has taught and choreographed both nationally and internationally, and has won numerous awards and accolades for his choreography. He is currently on faculty with Liberate Artists LLC as a teacher/choreographer. As an active member in the community of New York City, Ryan feels he is able to inspire students and provide a learning environment that is pertinent to what directors and choreographers are looking for and hiring today. His classes focus on technique and the ability to execute choreography the way one would have to in an audition, while also incorporating a mental and emotional awareness to the choreography given. He places emphasis on finding a story and discovering a level of dance beyond just doing steps. Ryan’s goal as a teacher is to inspire students in the way he was inspired as a child to make a lifelong career out of doing something you love.

The Headlienrs

We have been fortunate to work with some brilliant Celebrity Dance Educators – we call them Headliners – for our National and International Dance Experiences. Below is a breakdown of Headliners we have worked with and will be working with for upcoming Experiences!

Lauren Froderman

So You Think You Can Dance™ Winner, Dance Athlete for G Series Fit Line

Lauren Froderman

So You Think You Can Dance™ Winner, Dance Athlete for G Series Fit Line

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.

Comfort Fedoke

So You Think You Can Dance™ All Star, Missy Elliott

Comfort Fedoke

So You Think You Can Dance™ All Star, Missy Elliott

Since the show So You Think You Can Dance, Comfort has been active in both the street world and the industry, doing a plethora of things. Her work is not only diverse but has boundaries around the world, she is going state-to-state across the US, all the while traveling overseas. Comfort has participated and won battles, like Juste Deboute in France and KOD in China. She has appeared in music videos for artists such as Jason Derulo and Florence and the Machine. She has danced alongside the top artists at some of their most viewed events, such as Rihanna at iHeart Radio, LL Cool J at the Guys choice awards, and female Hip Hop legend Missy Elliott at the Super Bowl 49 Half Time Show in Phoenix, as well as choreographing for Indie artist, Karmin. Comfort’s work doesn’t end on the dance floor. She has acted in a number of films over the past five years. She was in Step Up 5 All In, which is now on DVD. She was also in the film, High Strung, which was directed by Michael Damien, where Comfort played the supporting lead female character, “Poptart.” In the midst of her dance career, her new role as a choreographer and her acting Comfort has found the time to reconnect with her familial roots in Nigeria. She is now a judge on a famous family show in Lagos, Nigeria named Maltina Dance All. And last, but certainly not least, Comfort has been actively pursuing her music career and has her song “Lose Your Mind” out on iTunes now. She is in the process of working on her EP just dropping a new single called “Takin over” now on her Soundcloud.

Randi and Hefa

Beyonce, Usher, Jennifer Lopez

Randi and Hefa

Beyonce, Usher, Jennifer Lopez

Hefa Tuita and Randi Kemper are a choreography and teaching team who have performed alongside some of biggest names in music. They've been in countless music videos, performed on world tours, and danced on numerous television shows. Between the two of them, they've danced for Janet Jackson, Beyonce, Usher, Chris Brown, Jennifer Lopez, Ne-Yo, and more. Most recently, they were involved in all Michael Jackson projects off the XSCAPE album including the Michael Jackson hologram performance on the Billboard Awards, the "Love Never Felt So Good" music video, and the iHeart Radio Music Awards performance ft. Usher. They've performed on some of the biggest television stages for dance including So You Think You Can Dance and Dancing With The Stars. Hefa and Randi continue to dance, perform, create, choreograph, and share their knowledge with young dancers around the world.

Kate Harpootlian

Travis Wall’s Shaping Sound, So You Think You Can Dance

Kate Harpootlian

Travis Wall’s Shaping Sound, So You Think You Can Dance

Kate Harpootlian is a sometimes working dancer, professional auditioner, and improvisational comedienne extraordinaire. She was a raised a Southerner training at the Columbia City Jazz Dance Company under the direction of Dale Lam. Having traveled the world with CCJC, Kate graduated early from high school and took her dancing dreams to the great city of New York. She now sort of resides in Los Angeles. Her sometimes work credits include Carrie Underwood’s “Something in the Water,” Dancing with the Stars, Merce Cunningham’s Inlets II, Boardwalk Empire, Ellen, SYTYCD Season 12, Billy Bell’s Lunge Dance Collective, works by Jason Parsons, works by Heather Lang, Oui Danse, and Shaping Sound Dance Company. She currently enjoys working and choreographing with young students across the country, hoping to the inspire them with her nerdy love of body alignment, theatrical contemporary movement, and self deprecating stories of advice such as “what you shouldn’t do in auditions that I have done.” A constant student at heart she has been exploring the journey from dancer to creator for some time and is most certainly excited to show what has come of it.

Fresh Redding

America’s Best Dance Crew, Will.I.Am, Justin Bieber

Fresh Redding

America’s Best Dance Crew, Will.I.Am, Justin Bieber

Fresh Redding started dancing at the age of two and hasn't stopped! His resume is filled with illustrious credits such as: America’s Best Dance Crew (Season 6-Eclectic Gentlemen), League of Extraordinary Dancers(LXD), and Disney’s Shake it Up. He has worked with artist such as Will.i.am, Justin Bieber, Pharell, and Kendrick Lamar. Fresh has also made numerous appearances in commercials, for companies, such as: Kia, Nike, Allstate, Fed-Ex, Billboard Awards, The Ellen SHow, Dancing With The Stars and many others. Fresh hails from Hartford, CT and has been in LA for Six years and has taught at studios and workshops around the globe. He currently holds down a faculty position at Debbie Reynolds, in Los Angeles. His Clean and intricate style includes: Lyrical Hip-Hop, Hip-Hop, Poppin’, Tutting, Waving, Isolations and Robotics. To see some of Fresh's most recent work, be sure to check out "Major Lazer's" world tour that features his choreography.

Ivan Koumaev

Justin Timberlake, Step Up 3D, Footloose

Ivan Koumaev

Justin Timberlake, Step Up 3D, Footloose

Ivan Koumaev hails from Russia, coming to the US at the ripe age of 8 years old. He began dancing at age 13 in Seattle, WA where he immediately fell in love with the art. He quickly transformed from student to contributing member of the community, and one of the leaders of Team Boogiezone Breed - Seattle. At age 16, Ivan moved to Los Angeles, CA to pursue dance as a career where he remained an integral part of Team Boogiezone - OC. Just as Ivan reached adulthood at age 18, he was chosen to be one of the 20 finalists on the 2nd Season of Fox’s hit series So You Think You Can Dance. He quickly wowed the crowd with his talent and moved ahead to the top 6, landing him a spot on the US tour of the Live Show. Following his success on the show, he continued his training in New York, Virginia and eventually settled back in Los Angeles. He has since worked with the likes of Jason Derulo, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Usher, Chris Brown, and Ne-Yo for various music videos, awards/TV shows and live performances. Most recently he performed in the 20/20 Experience World Tour with Justin Timberlake. Ivan can be spotted in commercials such as Microsoft and Pepsi, and can be seen in feature films including Step Up 3D, Footloose, and Rock of Ages.

Theresa Stone

AbstraKT BEINGS, Lady Gaga’s ARTPOP Ball Tour

Theresa Stone

AbstraKT BEINGS, Lady Gaga’s ARTPOP Ball Tour

Theresa Stone is a dancer/choreographer from Long Island, New York. She has worked long and hard at her craft to make her as versatile as possible, and has been able to continue doing so throughout her experiences as both a dancer and choreographer. Theresa has worked with artists including Gwen Stefani, Jennifer Lopez, Earth Wind & Fire, Silento, and Keke Palmer. She was also a featured dancer in Lady Gaga's ARTPOP Ball Tour, as well as the GUY music video. On top of that, her dance experience has also gotten her in the top 10 dancers of Laurieann Gibson's hit show Born To Dance, Good Morning America, The Monique Show, Wendy Williams Show, and the most recent Hunger Games movie trailer. Theresa has choreographed and worked with artists including A Great Big World, Meredith Vieira, Lance Bass, Omi, and Adam Lambert. You can also see her work on Fox's Hit Show So You Think You Can Dance, Todrick Hall's Toddlerz Ball Tour and DanceOn's Dance Showdown. She has also worked for companies including Target Stores, OA Fluid Sense, Discount Dance Supply, and more. She is the season one champion of Nigel Lythgoe's Every Single Step, and since then has worked for The Pulse On Tour, Broadway Dance Center, Wild Dance Convention, and more.

Theresa's pre professional dance company, AbstraKT BEINGS, has been featured on America's Got Talent, Brooklyn Dance Festival, and Carnival NYC. She has trained these dancers to then go on and dance for Sia, Gwen Stefani, Nicki Minaj, Silento, Ivviva Athletica, Macy's Passport, MTV, and much more!

Mollee Gray

Teen Beach Movie, So You Think You Can Dance, X Factor

Mollee Gray

Teen Beach Movie, So You Think You Can Dance, X Factor

Mollee is one of the most sought after and top working dancers in Los Angeles. Her professional and television credits include, SYTYCD Season 6, Shake It Up, X Factor, America’s Got Talent, Ellen, Drop Dead Diva, Big Time Rush, Glee, Victorious and The Voice. Mollee has also enjoyed dancing with artists including Taylor Swift, Snoop Dog and J Lo. In addition to her live and TV performances, Mollee has enjoyed performing in films such as High School Musical 1, 2 and 3 and MTV’s American Mall, where she was a principle dancer. Most recently, Mollee has been focusing on her acting career where she has found incredible success. Her first big break was as a supporting actress in the Ashton Kutcher film “No String’s Attached”. Recently children around the world have fallen in love with her acting and dance performance as “Giggles” in the hit Disney Channel original movie “Teen Beach Movie”! While focusing on and continuing to build her own dance and acting career, Mollee has always enjoyed giving back to her dance community by sharing her love and passion for dance through teaching and choreographing.

B:Tek

The Kinjaz, Jabbawockeez, NBC’s World of Dance

B:Tek

The Kinjaz, Jabbawockeez, NBC’s World of Dance

Ben’s dance journey began in 1998 with his two friends for his church talent show. He was introduced to the dance community scene in 2000 by joining DVS. Since then, Ben has danced with ACA Hip Hop, Kaba Modern, Funkanometry LA, SGBM and in 2007, Ben joined the Jabbawockeez. As a proud UCI grad, Ben remains close to the Kaba Modern family by staying connected through KM Legacy. Coming up in the dance community, and having traversed through the entertainment industry, Ben’s passion is to help build a firm foundation for dance as a stable career and business. Ben is currently residing in LA, and is now moving in the shadows with the Kinjaz.

Morgan Marcell

Hamilton on Broadway, Bandstand on Broadway

Morgan Marcell

Hamilton on Broadway, Bandstand on Broadway

Morgan Marcell worked in commercial dance and musical theater on both coasts, before deciding to make the move to New York! She grew up dancing in San Diego, went on to study with the Milwaukee Ballet School and completed training under top choreographers in Los Angeles before beginning her professional career. She was a member of UNITY LA, a dance company founded by SYTYCD’s Tessandra Chavez. Morgan was the Dance Supervisor/Associate Choreographer of the Second National Tour of Broadway’s In The Heights, after closing the First National Tour as Dance Captain. She went on to re-stage the original Tony-Award winning choreography at Westchester Broadway Theater and made her debut as director at Cabrillo Music Theater in Los Angeles. After moving to NY, Morgan danced on Lip Sync Battle S.1 before joining HAMILTON (OBC) as Co-Dance Captain, Swing, Peggy u/s. She currently teaches master classes in Acting and Dance to students visiting from around the US. Catch her in BANDSTAND on Broadway at the Bernard Jacobs Theater! Other credits include: Jin Akanishi Tour; Associate Choreographer, Starlight Theater 2011, IL; Assoc. Choreographer, Volleygirls Workshop NY; Emergence, Milwaukee Ballet. TV/Film: Sex, Drugs, Rock and Roll; LIMITLESS, Disney Channel, Discovery Channel. Morganmarcell.com

Jamal Story

Cher, Dance Captain, Motown on Broadway, Complexions

Jamal Story

Cher, Dance Captain, Motown on Broadway, Complexions

There was a 17 year old named Jamal Story. He won the Spotlight Award Scholarship, a prize lauded by all in the land, and balanced a 3.92 GPA, all while training rigorously with Adria Wilson, Oui Geometer Dance Company, and the modern dance godmother Lula Washington. As a teen Mrs. Washington saw the potential for greatness and ushered Jamal into her adult company, the Lula Washington Dance Theatre, where the seeds of integrity were planted into the phenomenal story that is Jamal’s life, love and pursuit of dance. Continuing to excel under exceptional circumstances—he toiled arduously and prevailed in the second graduating class at the California Academy of Math and Science—Jamal fled to Dallas to earn dual degrees at Southern Methodist University in Dance Performance and TV/Radio Communications. While there, Dallas Black Dance Theater and Fort Worth/Dallas Ballet opened up their doors for replacements and guest artist gigs. Never one to leave his roots behind, Jamal continued his close ties to Lula, joining the company for various touring dates. Spellbound by movement, Jamal danced with acclaimed choreographer Donald Byrd/theGroup, Madonna's 2001 Drowned World Tour, Complexions and with Cher as an aerialist and dancer on Cher's Living Proof: The Farewell Tour. Immediately thereafter, he was summoned back into the studio with Donald Byrd to help discover the movement for the history-making Broadway show, The Color Purple where he spent the duration of its run as a dancer and assistant dance captain. Seamlessly transferring from concert dance to Broadway, Jamal continued to defy expectations and broaden his horizons when he published his first novel 12:34 a slice novel. Enchanted with the close knit Broadway community, he returned its forest as an original cast member yet again in Mr. Berry Gordy's Motown the Musical. Jamal is a strong advocate for educating young artists about the changing landscape of dance. While on Cher's current Dressed to Kill , he remains active as the co-chair of the National Dance Committee for SAG-AFTRA, and holds a seat on the unions local New York Board. With his company, Schehimazade Productions, he lives, ever after, happily choreographing, teaching, writing and consulting as an independent contractor.

Alexa Anderson

Demi Lovato, Dancing with the Stars, Colbie Caillat

Alexa Anderson

Demi Lovato, Dancing with the Stars, Colbie Caillat

Alexa Anderson grew up in Chandler, Arizona where she trained and competed in many different styles of dance, winning numerous National titles and awards. She was a talented and dedicated pupil, and at the age of 16, was awarded Student of the Year for Arts and Academics at The Arizona School of the Arts. In 2008, she was featured in DanceSpirit Magazine as a young up and comer, and in 2010 she was featured on the cover. At age 17 Alexa was a principal dancer in the off Broadway contemporary dance show, “Beneath the Surface”. Soon after, she decided to move to Los Angeles to pursue her dream career as a dancer. Since then, she has been feature in several television commercials and music videos and has danced on shows such as Xfactor, American Idol, America's Got Talent, Dancing With The Stars, All The Right Moves, and was a top 20 contestant on Season 9 of So You Think You Can Dance. She has performed with many talented artists like Kanye West, Queen Latifah, Colbie Caillat, Paramore, The Wanted, Icona Pop, and Demi Lovato. Alexa is also a passionate dance teacher and is a Yoga Alliance certified yoga instructor. Most recently, Alexa toured the country as a cast member of Travis Wall’s highly acclaimed contemporary dance company, Shaping Sound.

Scholarships

At the conclusion of each Experience, Liberate Artists hosts a Parent Showcase and awards Scholarships and Invitations to exceptional dancers to our two summer intensives: Phoenix Fire in New York City and Focus in Los Angeles!

LADC Program

Our most sought after program is our Liberate Artists Dance Captain (LADC) Program. At Phoenix Fire, dancers ages 12+ audition to assist our Headliners and Traveling Faculty members on the road. What’s special about this program is that only 10 dancers are chosen each year. We keep our LADC program small so each dancer gets individual attention and a real opportunity to work, learn, and grow with some of the most sought after dancers, dance educators, and choreographers around today.

Kaitlin

Essence of Movement Dance Studio: South Boston, Virginia

Kaitlin

Essence of Movement Dance Studio: South Boston, Virginia

Jake

Long Island, New York

Jake

Long Island, New York

Makana

Pas De Deux Hawaii: Oahu, Hawaii

Makana

Pas De Deux Hawaii: Oahu, Hawaii

Malia

Elite Studio of Dance: Elk Grove, California

Malia

Elite Studio of Dance: Elk Grove, California

Lily

Spotlight Studios of Dance: Yorktown Heights, New York

Lily

Spotlight Studios of Dance: Yorktown Heights, New York

Arianna

Spotlight Studios of Dance: Yorktown Heights, New York

Arianna

Spotlight Studios of Dance: Yorktown Heights, New York

Megan

Legworks Dance Studio: Mastic, New York

Megan

Legworks Dance Studio: Mastic, New York

Alexia

High Steppin’ Dance Academy: Johnston, Rhode Island

Alexia

High Steppin’ Dance Academy: Johnston, Rhode Island

The Difference

At Liberate Artists we create a safe educational environment for young dancers to learn and grow. Every dancer is given the individual attention to shine in a non-competitive environment. We teach dancers the benefits of working hard and that every time they get to dance is an opportunity to be a better version of themselves.
But don’t take it from us!
Hear it from our dancers, parents, and studio owners themselves.