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Dancer | Teacher | Choreographer

Los Angeles, CA

Matthew Fata’s adventurous spirit and commitment to his artistry sets him apart from many dancers in the industry today. Growing up in a small town in Canada, Matthew ventured out all around the world to fulfill what he knew to be his fate. As a young dancer he trained in all styles of dance that include jazz, ballet, tap, hip hop, lyrical and contemporary. Throughout his young dancing career Matthew was commended early on for his talent, winning numerous awards for his dancing and choreography alike.


Matthew has a lot of dance experience that includes; performing alongside spoken word artist Azure Antoinette (credited by Oprah), Michelle Obamas 100th Anniversary of Burbank performance, MusEffect’s stage show "The Divine Direction", Reebok Industrials, Talia Favia’s stage show “The Difference Between Sinking & Drowning”, assisting Sonya Tayeh on So You Think You Can Dance, The Industry Dance Awards in Los Angeles, The Nutcracker with the Lincoln Midwest Ballet Company, the APAP Showcase at Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City, working with AMDA the College and Conservatory of Performing Arts in Los Angeles, the 2015 A.C.E. Awards and lastly performing at this years World Choreography Awards in Los Angeles.

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Dancer | Teacher | Choreographer

Los Angeles, CA 

Industry Leader for over 30 years.

World Tours for Gloria Estefan, Madonna, Jennifer Lopez, Pitbull

Choreographer for Grammy, Latin Grammy’s, American Music Awards. VH1 Music Awards, Latin American Music Awards, Billboards, Latin Billboards

Dancing with the Stars, Disney Channel among other tv shows.


Convention Teacher for over 30+ years (LA Underground, Tremaine Dance Convention, West Coast Dance Explosion, Company Dance, Artistic Director for Hollywood Vibe and Dance Ideas Seminar.


She a college advisor for several colleges.


Founder and co-director of app.

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Dancer | Teacher | Choreographer

Katie Hazard, an Ohio Native, started dancing when she was 13 years old. Before her dancing days, she started as a competitive gymnast where she ended as a level 9. Later on she decided dance was what she wanted to do full time. 

Katie moved to Los Angeles to pursue her career in 2011. She immediately started working for the touring company MusEffect. Where she has been a principal dancer in the past 8 shows of “The Divine Direction.” She has had the opportunity to be a part of Michele Obamas "Let's Move" campaign, The Academy of Country Music Awards, World Choreography Dance Awards, Reebok, and VANs. You can catch her on screen in Tyler Hilton and Spencer Ludwig music videos.


Not only does Katie like to perform she also has a strong passion for teaching. She has had the chance to travel nationally & internationally to teach and choreograph for several studios from Austrailia to Costa Rica. Katie is a currently on faculty for Intrigue Dance Convention & acts as Show Director as well. She has also had the chance to choreograph for So You Think You Can Dance Jr, VANS US Surf Open, and for MusEffect Dance Company

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Dancer | Teacher | Choreographer


Benjamin Valverde has been dancing every since he could remember. Ever since age 5 he’s been dancing and practicing his craft in his backyard but never joined a studio until he was 14. At that studio he would train in all styles of dance and started to realize that this is what he wanted to pursue in his career. At age 16 he started dancing at Elektro Dance Academy and there he found out that hip hop is all he wanted to do!


Ever since he joined the studio he’s been given numerous amounts of opportunities like teaching all around AZ, winning numerous amounts of medals at hip hop international, and competing on NBC’s world of dance seasons 2,3 and 4

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Dancer | Teacher | Choreographer

Cameron developed his unique passion and hardworking mentality for dance at a very early age. Growing up at a small studio in Nederland, Texas, he trained extensively in tap, jazz, ballet, lyrical, clogging, hip hop, and contemporary. Cameron received recognition for his talents in dancing and choreography at an early age. He was a member of Tremaine’s National Performance Company as a teen where he assisted and studied under the direction of Keri LaGrand, Derrick Schrader, and Joe Tremaine.  Cameron has appeared in multiple videos for musician Spencer Ludwig, “The Originals” on the CW, Vans US Open of Surfing, MusEffect’s "The Divine Direction", Reebok 2015 Reveal, Justin Giles “Love & War”, APAP: Jazz at Lincoln Center, “America Says”, and “Power” choreographed by Andrew Winghart. Cameron is a principle dancer for MusEffect travels and teaches for Muse Dance Company throughout the US and Australia

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Dancer | Teacher | Choreographer

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Dancer | Teacher | Choreographer

Fort Collins, CO


Dancer | Teacher | Choreographer

Colorado Springs, CO

Tristan Grant began his dance training at the age of 3 years old at his mom’s studio in Colorado Springs, CO. Eventually venturing to Fort Collins where he trained at Studio West Dance Center. At the age of 14 he built his technical and creative skills training at Artistic Fusion Dance Academy winning numerous awards and scholarships. Tristan graduated and continued his pursuit of inspiration on scholarship, at California Institute of the Arts in Valencia. He has worked closely with and trained under choreographers such as Meghan Lawitz, Travis Wall, Stacey Tookey, Sabrina Phillips, Talia Favia, Wade & Chantal Robson, Dave Scott, Brian Friedman, Tabitha & Napoleon D’umo, and many more. He has performed as a featured dancer in Rogue Dance Company, was chosen as featured dancer in The Difference Between Company, performed as a Principal Dancer in Reformation Dance Company in 2019, and has been featured in Kent Boyd and Matthew Kazierczak’s short film, “Collide in 1986.” He is quickly becoming and continues to be a favorite master teacher and choreographer both across the U.S. and abroad.  His passion for dance and the creative process that he shares with other artists and dancers is obvious throughout his dynamic and well thought out work and he is rapidly becoming one of the most sought after choreographers and master teachers.

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Dancer | Teacher | Choreographer

Los Angeles, CA

Malik Gray is a collegiate, well-rounded dancer, choreographer, and teacher. He works diligently ensuring that every task, no matter how small, gets done to the best of his ability. Highlights include performing “In the Thick of Things” (with Red Desert Dance Ensemble in Greece), “Alright” (a Nya Bloom music video), and in Los Angeles’ winter Choreographers Ball. Along with performing, he has choreographed concept videos to “In My Blood” and “Born This Way,” guest taught/choreographed at many studios around the nation and worked as a faculty member on Dance League. He is grateful for all the opportunities he has received, the connections he has made so far, and is looking forward to honing his performance and choreography skills as well as experiencing more of what the dance industry has to offer.

Rosero McCoy

Actor | Dancer | Teacher | Choreographer

Los Angeles, CA

Rosero McCoy is one of the most established and well-rounded Choreographers in the Entertainment Industry.


Some of Rosero’s choreography film credits include Rags, Rio, Honey 2, Camp Rock 2, Alvin and the Chipmunks 1 & 2, Step Up, Beauty Shop, Vanilla Sky, and Garfield 1 & 2. His choreography can also be seen on hit TV Series Austin & Ally, Shake It Up, MTV’s America’s Best Dance Crew, and Good Luck Charlie. He is known for his versatility in all styles of dance shown in commercials for Shoe Carnival, Volkswagon, Target, Sprint, and Playtex as well as music videos and stage shows for Usher, N’Sync, Ellen Degeneres, Outkast, and Gloria Estefan. Collaborating with production to enhance the overall visual quality of any movement-oriented project is one of Rosero’s many strengths.



Most recently, Rosero had the honor of working with the First Lady, Michelle Obama, on several occasions as a part of her Healthy Living campaign.

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Dancer | Teacher | Choreographer

Fort Collins,CO

Greta Sugai was born and raised in Colorado where she grew up dancing in Fort Collins since the age of 8.  She is now a traveling contemporary fusion teacher and choreographer. 
In 2015 Greta developed her own traveling dance company called Messengerz Dance Co. in which she led her company to New Zealand for a month to teach dance camps to students of all ages, and has since built partnerships there to return back to.  She has also been a part of several Denver based companies as well as Justin Gile’s company SoulEscape in Texas and in Utah. Currently she is dancing with Chadash Contemporary Dance Movement in Denver as a professional level dancer.  She is also a dance professor at Colorado Christian University in Lakewood, CO for their developing dance program.  Greta specializes in guest teaching, choreographing and creating workshops across Colorado, and now out of state as well. This summer she will be teaching out of state across Texas, North Carolina, New Hampshire, Arizona and more. Greta has also begun her competition choreography journey and one of her solo’s received 2nd place award for the senior prodigy division at NRG Nationals this past year. She is very excited about this journey ahead and is so thankful for each opportunity and relationship she gets to build on. Please welcome Greta!
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Dancer | Teacher | Choreographer

Farmington, NM

Savanah recently graduated with a Bachelors in Fine Arts from AMDA in Los Angeles, California, where she worked with the industry-leading choreographers and teachers. Now represented by Bloc LA, she explores the professional world of teaching and choreographs. Savanah is a dynamic performer who’s energy is tactile. She exudes athleticism and emotion that is contagious to her audience and is thrilled to be sharing that in the professional world of dance.

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Dancer | Teacher | Choreographer

Tuscon, AZ

Taylor is the Creator and Artistic Director of Synergy Dance Alliance, based out of Phoenix, Arizona. Taylor creates unique workshops and intensives every month to provide artists with connections and mentorships to facilitate connections for training dancers into the working world. In addition to owning and operating her own Company Taylor is a principal dancer with Los Angeles professional dance company MusEffect and also spends her time touring with the teaching staff of Muse Dance Company. Taylor is best known for her storytelling abilities and creating works that focus both on the artistry and athleticism of her dancers. In class Taylor builds an encouraging and supportive atmosphere necessary to inspire confidence and growth. Her unique approach to bridging dancers from the world of education into the industry makes her sought after worldwide. To empower young artists Taylor uses innovative choreography, Writing workshops, acting classes, and adjudicating at various competitions. When Taylor is not traveling she is most happy to be home working with her students in Arizona.

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Ballet Master | Teacher | Choreographer

Caracas Venezuela

Born in Caracas Venezuela, She began her studies in classical ballet at the early age of eight at NINA NOVAK’S School of Ballet. At thirteen, she auditioned and received a three-year scholarship with the BALLET NACIONAL DE CARACAS, under the artistic direction of Choreographer VICENTE NEBRADA. At sixteen, Miss Jimenez won the Silver Medal at the International Ballet Competition in Trujillo Peru. The following year she was hired as a principal dancer at NINA NOVAK’S Ballet Clasico of Camara and performed principal roles in many classical works including: Don Quixote,Coppelia,Corsaire,Swan Lake, Diana and Acteon,etc..Masters such as Kaleria Fedicheva, Edmund Novak, Ruta Butviliene, Ramona de Saa, Magaly Suarez,Rosa Alvarez,etc..

This intensive training led her at the age of eighteen to perform with the principal Cuban dancer Carlos Junior Acosta dancing the principal role in Diana & Acteon Pas de Deux.

Miss Maria A Jimenez has 30th years of experience teaching classical ballet to children, adult and professional dancers in Venezuela and South Florida. Most specifically, she has taught at: Magda Augnun school of Ballet,

Dance Attack Miami, Dance Town, Performing Arts Network, Focal Point, Studio 61, Dance Unlimited, Broadway Kids Dance Studio, Astrid Audet Dance Academy, Keyla Ermecheo Dance Studio, Ballet Clasico de Camara, Nina Novak’s school of Ballet etc...

She also performed for the Florida Grand Opera, South Broward Ballet Company and New Century Dance Company.

For the past 18th years , Miss Jimenez has been ballet Mistress and assistant to the Artistic Director at the South Florida Ballet Company. Maria helps to improve people’s lifestyles and health through her wellness organization.

She also dance Ballroom and Argentine Tango.

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Dancer | Teacher | Choreographer

In Loving Memory

Desiree Robbins has a passion for teaching and devotes much of her time training successful dancers that you see in front of the camera and on stages all over. Her real expertise is taking dancers and fine-tuning their technique, style, and movement to create a more refined, professional product. Desiree has well over 30 years of experience in the field and continues to grow with and focus on teaching what is needed in dance today. In 2014, Desiree founded her own convention and competition, Dance League, which just finished its 6th season. Desiree's goal with Dance League is to create an event where competition showcases the classic fundamentals and training incorporates rudiments (basics) she feels have been lost over the past years. For quite some time, the feedback she has consistently received from clientele revealed a need to return to the basic skills, movement and technique that is required of sound dancers. Desiree inspires to give dancers the foundation of jazz technique not only for strengthening and conditioning, but also to showing how jazz can be incorporated into all the other styles.

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