Addicted to watching dance videos?
MTD is dishing on the best binge worthy choreographers.
Andrew Winghart @awinghart
Originally from Waukesha, Wisconsin, Winghart made a name for himself after his youtube video “Cry Me a River” hit over 3.3 million views. Since that time his choreography has showed up in SYTYCD, the 2017 Academy Awards, and Lorde’s Melodrama World Tour. Winghart’s choreography brings a new, sharp, and abstract view to contemporary dance.
Known for her dance troupe Royal Flux Dance, Royal pushes the boundaries of athleticism in all of her pieces. She has choreographed for SYTYCD, and was a Top 3 Finalist for the Capezio ACE Awards.
In love with her choreography?
You can take class with Royal at a 24/7 Dance Convention or Hollywood Connection Dance Convention.
“Share impactful art through storytelling and movement that can inspire others”
-Keone & Mari Madrid
We fell in love with this power couple when we saw their intricate performances on World of Dance. Both from California, these dancers have performed on the Ellen Show and were members of Choreo Cookies hip-hop team.
Kyle Hanagami @kylehanagami
As a young and creative choreographer, Hanagami has been fighting to make a name for himself. From winning at the Industry Dance Awards to creating addicting hip-hop videos from Millenium Dance Complex, Hanagami’s choreography brings a fresh take to hip-hop and an edgy flare to contemporary dance.
Check out his latest work:
Cartier A. Williams @cartierawilliams
Williams began tap dancing at the age of four, and began winning awards at the age of six. He has performed on Oprah, Good Morning America, as well as the White House. His style is funky and rhythmic, and his choreography is mesmerizing.
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