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Dejan Tubic is “lighting the world on fire with his fierce moves” according to Fox News Los Angeles. From The New York Times, YouTube, The Ellen Show, and even PerezHilton.com, everybody is talking about it. With over 40 millions views all over the world, Dejan Tubic is becoming the most watched Choreographer on-line. Aside from his on-line achievements, Dejan is also a working dancer and choreographer in the industry. He was last seen on MTV’s The Electric Barbarella, working all season long as their choreographer. Recently, Dejan was hired with his partner Janelle Ginestra, not only to dance on America’s Got Talent, but also to choreograph an episode, including the Rebecca Black Performance, and Youtube sensation, Keenan Cahill featuring Nick Cannon. Dejan has danced for several artists including Usher at the American Music Awards and dancing for the legendary Toni Braxton in her music video “Make My Heart”. Traveling abroad, not only to teach workshops in countries all over the world, including Russia, India, and Mexico, he also Choreographed for their artists such as Vivi from China and Kele Okereke from the U.K. Dejan is a faculty member of International Dance Academy (IDA) in Hollywood, CA, where shows such as So You Think You Can Dance and America’s Best Dance Crew film. Whether it is traveling world teaching classes or choreographing music videos, Dejan Tubic is leaving his mark on the dance industry.
is known from her work on So You Think You Can Dance, appearing both as a Season 6 contestant and as an All-Star. Cast as a dancer in the feature film remake of Fame, she soon appeared as the female lead in Step Up Revolution and Dance-Off. Kathryn’s TV credits include Dancing With The Stars, The Academy Awards, The Emmy Awards, The Kid’s Choice Awards, Dove, Venus Gillette, and a guest-starring role on CSI: Las Vegas. She has worked with artists such as Christina Perri, Vienne, Timbaland, Neyo, John Torres, The Blanks, and Muse. Kathryn’s latest projects include being a principal performer in Ted 2, co-created/appearing in the documentary Like Air, the indie drama Lift Me Up, and choreography for Britt Nicole’s upcoming tour. She is a member of Stacey Tookey’s, “Still Motion”, “Shaping Sound”, “Movement One”, and CLI Studios. Kathryn is a motivator and first had the chance to share that part of her by traveling with The Revolve Tour as a Featured Speaker. You can find her currently performing with “Shaping Sound” for their 2015-2016 tour. Storytelling has been the greatest gift in Kathryn’s life and she is so excited to continue to do so through acting, dance, and/or motivational speaking.
Matthew Tseng is in Love with dancing, choreographing, and teaching. Mixing academics with artistry, Matthew believes that dance is an art that is meant to be felt, lived, but also studied. Matthew brings his Love for Life, Learning, and Dance to his work, creating an exciting, informative, and invigorating studio environment. Matthew believes that dance is a mixture of Athleticism, Emotion, and Movement. Matthew also teaches compassion and appreciation within the dance studio, thus helping dancers realize their self-worth and accomplishment with every class.
Matthew has choreographed for the hit television show “So You Think You Can Dance- Poland,” and has choreographed around the world. Matthew has his own class at Debbie Reynolds Dance Studio in Los Angeles, and has also taught for conventions such as LA Dance Magic and NTG. Matthew has also taught in numerous countries around the world, including Poland, Mexico, and Sweden.
As a dancer, Matthew trained technically under the legendary Paula Morgan. Under Ms. Morgan’s direction, Matthew built an intensely technical ballet base, upon which he now elaborates upon with his own athletic and immensely physical style. Matthew assisted Ms. Paula Morgan, and traveled the world as her assistant. Matthew also had the privilege of working with the amazing Sonya Tayeh, and dancing in her company ‘Tayeh Dance’ for a number of years. In addition, Matthew is currently finishing his final year of law school.
Matthew appeared in the national iPod campaign (“Shut up and let me go” by the Ting Tings), on Carson Kressley’s television show “How To Look Good Naked”, in music videos for artists including Melody Gardot and Namie Amuro, in an international Vidal Sassoon campaign, and has shared the stage with recording artists such as Lea Salonga, Jasmine Trias, and Vina Morales. In addition, Matthew appeared in the pilot episode of “Cartera”, performed a solo choreographed by Sonya Tayeh in the EDGE Performing Arts Center Annual Showcase, is a member of Erica Sobol’s CollidE Dance Company, has performed for Matt Cady (of Fanny Pak) on many occasions, has worked with the world renowned director Jon Chu on his new project “The LXD”, and has performed in numerous live stage shows around the world. Matthew is also an original member of the Sonya Tayeh’s Company “Tayeh Dance.”
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