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CLI Studios Master Class Series: Contemporary with Matthew and Daniel

  • Creative Edge Dance Center 1190 Clements Ferry Road Charleston, SC, 29492 United States (map)

Holding our Master Class Series is something CEDC is proud to offer to all dancers in the Charleston area. So when we heard about the opportunities that CLI Studios offers it was a no brainer! Our next class is around the corner and we cannot wait to share it with your dancer.

Master Class: Contemporary with Matthew and Daniel
Thursday, Sept 20, 5:30-6:30pm (optional open stretch at 5:00)
Int/Adv-Adv class level (Ages 10+)
$35/dancer ($30 for Edge Co dancers)
Email us to RSVP!

Matthew achieved top six male finalist on “So You Think You Can Dance” Season 9. He then toured with the show throughout North America, performing for ten’s of thousands of fans. He has since been back to assist multiple choreographers on each season including Mandy Moore, Ray Leeper, and Sonya Tayeh. You have also seen him on television shows such as “Glee”, “How I Met Your Mother”, “Dancing With the Stars”, and most recently in the films “LA LA Land”and “Backseat”. Matthew has also toured as the male lead dancer with Travis Wall’s dance company “Shaping Sound”. While Matthew was touring as the male lead dancer with Travis Wall’s dance company “Shaping Sound”, Daniel was busy in LA where he was featured in the promo video for the TV show “American Horror Story” and dancing on NBC’s hit series “The Voice”. He has also danced on Disney’s “Wingin’ It” and worked with Kenny Ortega on the remake of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show”. Daniel has hit the big stage performing with musical artists Erika Jayne and Becky G on the Latin AMA’s.

CLI Studios is a new online dance program that connects top choreographers with dancers and dance studios around the world. They provide online classes in contemporary, jazz, hip-hop, modern, ballet, and tap from choreographers such as Allison Holker, tWitch, Teddy Forance, Caitlin Kinney, and Kathryn McCormick.  Their program is used by dancers around the world to supplement their traditional dance education, and by dance studios to provide continuing education to their staff.