Workshop mit dem Choreograph von Michael Jackson

LaVelle Smith jr. - der ehemalige Choreograph - ist mit der Memory Michael Jackson Tour in Frankfurt und kommt nur in´s 8COUNTS Geldern.

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Donnerstag, 29. März 2018 (Osterferien)
12:30 bis 13:30 Uhr:
Kids Workshop ab 8 Jahre inkl. 15 min. Autogramme und Fotos - 30 € (bei mindestens 35 Teilnehmern)

14:15 - 16:30 Uhr:
Teens and Adults
Original Michael Jackson Dangerous Choreo inkl. 15 min. Autogramme und Fotos und inkl. 15 min. Pause - 55 € (bei mindestens 35 Teilnehmern)
Ihr habt bis zum 2. Februar Zeit euch anzumelden. Sollten wir nicht genügend Teilnehmer zusammen bekommen, fällt der Workshop aus oder er wird teurer, das entscheiden wir dann zusammen. Lasst euch diese einmalige Chance nicht entgehen...

Die Tanzschule ist direkt am Bahnhof, ihr könnt gerne mit dem Zug kommen.
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Über LaVelle:
LaVelle Smith Jr is an American choreographer. Known for his work in the music videos of singers such as En Vogue, Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson and Beyoncé Knowles, Smith has won the MTV Video Music Award for Best Choreography five times.

Smith had originally wanted to pursue a career in drama, auditioning at the Youth Performing Arts School in Louisville, Kentucky. Upon failing the audition, Smith was given the option to study dance. Graduating from YPAS in 1983, Smith moved to Chicago and was employed by Gus Giordano in the dance troupe Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago.[1] Unhappy with the level of pay, Smith auditioned for numerous dancing roles, whilst facing racial prejudice. "When that happens, you realize that you have to be even better or move to L.A. where it doesn't matter," he said later.

Noticed by singer Michael Jackson, Smith landed a job as a dancer before becoming his choreographer. Smith worked on three of Jackson's world tours; Bad, Dangerous and HIStory. He also worked as a choreographer in Michael Jackson's Ghosts,[1] and for the musical Thriller - Live.

Smith appeared on the concert tours of The Rolling Stone's, Diana Ross and Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814 Tour. Smith also worked for Victoria Beckham after the Spice Girl made a return as a solo artist.

Smith was awarded four MTV Video awards for co-choreographing En Vogue's music videos "My Lovin'" (1992), "Free Your Mind" (1993), "Whatta Man" (1994) and Michael Jackson's duet with sister Janet, "Scream" (1995). The music video for Beyoncé's "Crazy in Love" won Smith his fifth MTV Video Music Award for Best Choreography in 2003.

His other awards include a SSDC Bob Fosse award and an Emmy award. Smith was also the youngest inductee into the Millers Gallery of Greats.