Hip Hop Weekend Workshop Series w/ Mason Tremaine (CA)


DG Members: $12 for one class/$20 for both Non-members: $15 for one class/$25 for both Friday, April 28th from 6-8pm Freestyle Development & Exploration This class focuses on freestyling, expanding oneself as a dancer and the movement possibilities involved in freestyling as well as developing a deeper understanding of musicality. The class will start with a warm up, move to cypher drills, and give time for freestyle explorations. Saturday, April 29th from 4-5:30pm Choreography Workshop / Audition class On Saturday, we our class will focus more on choreography. We'll start with a warm up and jump right in to learning choreo, separating into groups to practice watching and performing choreo, and beginning to learn audition skills. Class will end in an audition to be involved in filming the choreography and setting the small groups for the camera. Bio Mase “Trigga” is a Professional Dancer who began his career as a Freestyler. Graduating from Christian Brothers High School in 2012, his interest in choreography and other dance styles, including turfing, salsa, modern, and contemporary was sparked. Mason trained under famous instructors/performers in the NorCal area including Paul “Koncept” G, King Guttah, Dante “Animal” Rose, William McCray, and Janae Rosebud. Mason has been featured on Good Day Sacramento News, collaborated with the famous dancing networks such as “Dancers Global” and “DanceOn” which led to him becoming a contracted dancer under the “DanceOnNetwork.” Mason is also part of the OutlawzCrew, a freestyle/battling based team led by Paul “Koncept." Additionally, Mason has collaborated with popular music artists such as E’40, Jay ROCK, Jae Synth, BluJeans, Vincent Vicari, and Mozzy. Mason's classes focus on finding and knowing oneself as a dancer as he believes this is key to being a successful individual in the dance world. Mason feels that he can help open the door for dancers to use the tools they already have in their tool shed as dancers so they can be able to begin the process of creativity and building their “self” within this dance world. That is his sole goal as a dancer and teacher, to motivate, create, and inspire.

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