Sunday, February 25 from 12pm-1:30pm
Free and open to the public
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This dynamic and energetic workshop is centered around the fundamentals of hip hop and breakdancing. Participants of all skill levels will develop their creativity and freestyle skills while learning a fun routine to refine their techniques. Led by an experienced instructor and professional dancer with a passion for the art form, Alan Robert.
Made possible by funds from the Union County Office of Cultural & Heritage Affairs, a partner of the New Jersey State Council on the Arts.
About the Instructor
Alan Robert was born on the island of Réunion (French department). He started breaking at the age of 15. When he reached 19 years old, he decided to move around Europe (France, Italy, Germany, England) to see the world. There he found various dance crews that he had the privilege of dancing and working with such as Legiteam Obstruxion, Vagabonds.
A few years after, Alan moved to New York City in the mecca of hip hop to learn from the best, Rock Steady Crew. There he was fortunate enough to train and learn from a large pool of talented dancers. After learning other styles of dance as well, notably jazz, ballet, tap, and hip-hop choreography, Alan started working professionally as a dancer working for different tours, music videos, dance films, etc. (Madonna, Step Up 3D, Man in the Mirror; a Michael Jackson world tour tribute).
For the past 12 years, Alan has been a dedicated instructor and mentor, developing young B-Boys and B-Girls in New York City, but also around the states. His extensive repertoire allows him to teach other styles that can better their breakdancing style as well.