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213 Haverstock Hill

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NW3 4QP

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Discover: Kloé Dean Dance Masterclass.

Hip Hop with Kloé Dean journeys through an upbeat warm up training hip hop basics, foundations and grooves with useful drills and exercises. This will then lead into learning a choreographic sequence utilising the foundations learnt and seeing how they can be developed and variated through the choreography as well as utilising freestyle. We also look at performance technique, texture and dynamics of movement as well as rhythmic patterns, timing and musicality.

About Kloé Dean:

Kloé Dean, the founder, choreographer and dancer of Myself UK Dance Company is a passionate and creative performer from London, UK. Kloé, also a member of Boy Blue Entertainment, has performed in numerous productions, showcases and competitions around the world. She has an array of dance credits including Worldwide Street Dance Sensation 'Blaze - The Show', The Jungle Book, professional cast member of London 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony and dancing in videos and live performances with music artists such as Rita Ora, Years and Years and Bluey Robinson.

Kloé has presented and competed with her own work at many platforms including; Ladies of Hip Hop at the Alvin Ailey Theatre, New York. Alliances Urbaines in Paris, Denmark’s Urban Festival - Copenhagen, HHI in Las Vegas, Breakin Convention at Sadler's Wells London as well as TV appearances on Channel 4, CBBC, ITV, Sky 1 and BBC for the Queen’s Coronation celebration at Buckingham Palace. Kloé also features in the O2 Campaign ‘Think Big’ advert and the films ‘All-Stars’ and ‘The Harry Hill Movie’.

Location: Dance Studio 1 (Access through Atrium Reception)

About the Wac Arts Weekender 2018: Beyond Time

A festival of arts and events inspired by, and created with, young people aged 5-30.

Wac Arts' annual festival returns for a second year, with even more performances, discussions, workshops and networking opportunities spread across five days, in every nook and cranny of our building. Join us and our partners as we time travel between reality and fiction, explore the issues of here and now and leap into re-imagining the future.

Money raised from the events will go towards supporting Wac Arts’ programmes.



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