June 28 - 30, 2022
The Industry information
Be inspired by the incredible faculty of The Conservatory as well as guest artists from the Ballet and Contemporary world, both locally and internationally.
Three levels for dancers who currently train intensively in multiple styles including ballet.
Juniors ages 11-13,
Intermediates ages 12-15
Seniors ages 15+
Leading Industry experts brought in from LA, New York and Vancouver. Learn from established dancers in the business and choreographers currently hiring dancers! Movie/tv, music videos, Broadway, commercial dance and more!
Price $350.00+gst --- 4 classes/night -- 4:00 pm to 8:45 pm daily
Limited spots are available in each of the three levels for ages 11+ meeting recommendations.
2022 "THE INDUSTRY" FACULTY
Josh Assor- Broadway Jazz
Josh is a New York City based choreographer, performer and educator. His work has spanned across every area of the entertainment industry including Broadway, National Tours, fashion, film, and television. He has worked in major venues worldwide including the United States, Canada, Mexico and Europe.
Choreographic credits include New York Fashion Week, the New York City Knicks, Audi, Celebrity Cruise Lines, Modos Furniture, Cedar Fair, Soho House as well as regional productions of Mary Poppins, Cinderella, Newsies and the world premiere of Medicine the Musical, which ran in New York City, Off-Broadway. He was the associate choreographer for the Saturday Night Fever National Tour as well as the Canadian Premier of Newsies at Drayton Entertainment. He recently choreographed Cedar Point’s 150th Anniversary Spectacular as well as the series DJ Burnt Bannock produced by Eagle Vision.
As a performer, favorite credits include Neleus in Disney’s Mary Poppins on Broadway as well as the 1st National Tour, Disney’s Newsies 1st National Tour (asst. Dance Captain), Baby John in West Side Story at the Stratford Festival, Wizard Of Oz National Tour. He has appeared on NBC's Saturday Night Live with Jimmy Fallon as well as ABC’s The Chew. Josh has been featured in Dance Spirit Magazine, Dance Canada Quarterly, Industry Dance Magazine and Dance Plug Los Angeles. He has taught at Edge Performing Arts Center and is currently on faculty at the Broadway Dance Center in New York City where he has been a guest choreographer for many of their events.
Liam Mackie- Hip Hop
Liam was born and raised in Mission, BC where at age 6, he began competitive dancing. He trained in genres such as Contemporary, Ballet, Musical Theatre, Acro and his favourite Hip Hop.
Best known as FINN on THE NEXT STEP (Season 6 & 7) Liam has also just returned home from filming Season 8 in Toronto. He has appeared in DISNEY’S DESCENDANTS 3, Vancouver Opera’s THE MERRY WIDOW and DEADLY CLASS. Liam has a diverse background in the film industry working on both sides of the camera and trains weekly for regular lead roles in Film and TV auditions with Vancouver A-list Actor, mentor and coach, Dan Payne.
In 2019 he toured with ‘The Next Step’ cast and performed 34 live dance shows in 44 days across 26 cities throughout Australia, England, Scotland and Ireland.
Liam loves to inspire kids through connections with music and movement teaching regularly including summer intensives. When he isn’t dancing or acting, he works as a soccer referee & a professional DJ under the name DJ LEEEPS In his free time he enjoys snowboarding, one-wheeling, wake boarding, wake surfing and adventuring through beautiful BC with his friends.
Chantelle Good, originally from Toronto, Canada, is a freelance performer, choreographer, and teaching artist. She studied at Marymount Manhattan College, where she received a Bachelor of Fine Arts with a concentration in choreography.
Credits include: H.E.R (MTV Africa Awards), Jennifer Lopez (American Music Awards), Snoop Dogg (FOX Live New Year’s Eve), Blood Orange (HOPE Music Video), Daddy Yankee x Bad Bunny (Ultima Vez Music Video), iskwē (Night Danger Music Video), The Wrong Man - Development Workshop (MCC Theater), Freddie Falls in Love (Joyce Theater), Still Motion Dance Company, Kate Harpootlian & Artists, Loni Landon Dance Project, and The Forest of Arden.
Chantelle is an Artistic Associate with TOES FOR DANCE and the Programs Director of Share the Movement, a non-profit organization committed to creating more diversity in the professional dance community by working alongside young BIPOC dancers. When she is not performing or working on a creative project, Chantelle enjoys sharing her knowledge and passion for dance as a teaching artist and guest choreographer for studios and intensives across North America.
Meaghan Gipps is a videographer and photographer based in Vancouver, BC.
Her love for dance started young and although she didn’t continue dancing, she found her passion in filming dance. Meaghan is the producer of Innovate Dance Film Showcase, an event showcasing different styles of dance on the big screen. Meaghan has worked for many dance events including Triple Threat Dance Convention and Fusion Dance Camp.
She loves the art of dance and believes there is so much beauty in dance on film.
No REFUNDS but fees are transferable to the same level.
A credit will issued for any injury or illness request accompanied by a doctors note (less the $150 non-refundable deposit)
Credits can only be applied to future summer programs.
The Conservatory must be taken as scheduled in full. Any partial participation is charged at the full amount.
*Tri-City Dance Centre reserves the right to cancel or combine a class should enrollment be insufficient.
*During THE CONSERVATORY the faculty reserves the right to change a dancers level if necessary.
*Due to the professional nature of our faculty, unexpected changes to schedules can occur. Faculty is subject to change without notice.