Choreography Videos

L.O.V.E. (Left Open and Void of Everything)

Music: Olafur Arnalds- This Place Was A Shelter

Dancers: Steven Redondo and Rylee Sammons

Gatsby, Tom, and Daisy

Music: Back to Black by Andre 3000 and Beyonce, Over the Love by Florence and The Machine

Dancers: Vince Calleros, Chelsea Neiss, Haydehn Tuipulotu

This piece is titled Jay Gatsby and Nick Carraway and it was inspired by the soundtrack from The Great Gatsby movie as well as it’s beautiful visual stimulation.
Music: Back to Black originally by Amy Winehouse and Covered by Andre 3000 and Beyonce
Dancers: Me and Vince Calleros

Here is my dance creation titled Moving Through. It is the remake of a piece I did of the same name, but with different dancers and a slightly different intent.  This was performed at the 2013 Conder Dance Breaking ground Contemporary Dance and Film Festival.

Music: S H I F T by Evar After (https://soundcloud.com/em_al)

Dancers: Hayden Tuipulotu, Alexis Stephens, Angel Castro, Vince Calleros, Nicholas McEntire, Kalli Sparish, and Elisa Reed

Costumes: H&M

This is the original performance of Moving Through performed at the 2012 Scorpius Dance Theatre Kick-A Dance Showcase.

Music: Last Night I Heard Everything In Slow Motion by Oliver Tank

Dancers: Alexis Stephens, Jade Catron, Steven Redondo, Cassandra Akpan, Luke Lewicki, Cody Larkin, Gus Rivera, and Jessica Munoz. Costumes:  ASU School of Dance Costume Department.

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4 thoughts on “Choreography Videos

  1. I really like this dance piece! It has strong in movement (grounded and clean) and looks very intentional. The dancers were great too. I plan to choreograph a few pieces while I am on summer break (nervous about that). I also have a question for you. How long have you been choreographing/dancing?

    • I have been dancing for about 5 years, going on 6. And when it comes to choreography, I began choreographing step team routines my freshman year of high school when I became head captain of the step team. Also, thank you so much for the feedback. You saw many of the things i have been focusing on with that piece =)

  2. I often wonder how choreographers find such interesting music. Do you listen to hundreds of random pieces or do you search a specific artist and listen to all his works? I think you are a very creative choreographer.

    • Thank you!! I really just listen to new music daily and actively. When I find a sound that I like i begin to create stuff to it OR I start creating and search for songs to work to it. The piece called “Moving Through”, the remake, was rehearsed without the actual music because I had a friend working on creating an original piece of music because I couldn’t find a good song. And some of the dancers didn’t hear the real song until tech rehearsal the day of the show, and the video is the 2nd run. Anyways, what I’m trying to say, I listen to music from places I love, places I don’t, and places I didn’t know existed.

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