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Jasey 15/12/2019
Indahouse Collaboration - People's Potential

Indahouse Collaboration - People's Potential

A photoshoot collaboration with Frankie J , Phatrick and Jasey for House Dance collective, InDaHouse London (@indahouseuk) new line of t-shirts. Video teaser posted below, full video to be released early 2020!   About INDAHOUSE Two busy auditions were held in 2007 in a search for 6-8 dancers to represent the INDAHOUSE collective. Clara Bajado is the director, while Lisa Tully was the administration and management side until 2009. New members joined in 2010, 2012 and 2014, the actual active members are Troy Banton (UK), Joel Glafke (UK/Germany), Frankie Johnson (UK), Sayaka Kudo (Japan), Khoudia Toure (Senegal). INDAHOUSE is widely recognised as the pioneer company when…

Jasey 23/11/2019
Freedom Sessions - Featuring Frankie J

Freedom Sessions - Featuring Frankie J

Find out more here: https://jasey.me/event/freedom-sessions-november-2019/

Jasey 18/11/2019
The Red Intensives - Frankie J Sydney Tour

The Red Intensives - Frankie J Sydney Tour

Frankie Johnson (Artist Alias: Frankie J) The Red Dread House Head Originally from Bristol, UK, Frankie is a rare individual who matches his raw natural dance talent with hard work and discipline and has developed into one of the best representing House Dancers internationally of today in his current generation. Having trained from a young age in numerous dance disciplines – both within contemporary and forms of Street Dance, Frankie was selected to be part of the Swindon Youth Dance Academy where he was mentored by some of the best instructors in the UK. From there, he went on to…

Jasey 15/11/2019
"Connections" - Crossover Dance Studio Showcase

"Connections" - Crossover Dance Studio Showcase

Crossover Dance Studio holds a number of showcase opportunities for teachers to showcase students and other dancers through pieces put together on stage. The theme of The Crossover – Get Some Props, was to implement a prop to be utilised into the showcase. Dechen chose a speaker, and we wanted to connect the narrative to how music connects and unites us no matter the location, age, gender, or race. Creating showcases have always been challenging for me personally, as there is a lot to factor in. Projects have a lot of moving parts: Timeframe, student level and commitment, unforeseeable circumstances…

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