Liv'art Dance Studio

Liv'art Dance Studio

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Wanna get a free 📷 photo session with me??
First 3 new students that show up to my class tomorrow with a friend will get a 20minutes photo session for FREE…. Make sure you you tag your friends dm for info!
Tomorrow 7:00pm Liv'art Dance Studio
Minis dance class is about to start😇
NORTH HOLLYWOOD
See you TOMORROW 6:00PM KIDS ages (5 to 9) and
7:00pm OPEN CLASS ages (10&up) at
LIV'ART STUDIO Liv'art Dance StudioAddress: 11044 Weddington St, North Hollywood, CA 91601
Qoya founder Rochelle Schieck is offering two Qoya classes in LA this month! If you are in the LA area, and feel the call, join her for either (or both!) of the classes. Follow the links to register. ✨
December 9th at Electric Lodge: http://www.qoya.love/venice-2017
December 10th at Liv'art Dance Studio: http://www.qoya.love/la-2017
Dominick had sooo much fun today in Ms.Molly's hip hop class!!! Thank you all so much!!!!! Xoxo
What do y'all give her dance routine on a scale of 1 to 10? Liv'art Dance Studio salute #trapbeckham #lifeislit #lilbootiesmatter
Dancers come out and support this cause! Incredible talent and an amazing show!
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Another day another arabesque // working on a @bobbyamamizu combo during my break at Liv'art Dance Studio 💕 #ballet #workout #arabesque #adagio #blocishot
Hip hop Dance class Wednesday, 7:30p Liv'art Dance Studio #nohoartsdistrict #fun #funky great energy #northhollywood
TONIGHT! HIP HOP #dance class
Found myself with an extra hour and an empty studio. Also, I now prefer to dance in my dad's baseball caps. Liv'art Dance Studio
Hey Liv'art students and staff! We would love to see you!
Trying to get out word about a new organized #NationalTapDanceDay event that can be attended live in NYC or watched globally on Facebook Live...Check it out. Dance peeps please share... #LuckytobeAlive #NDWFoundation #TaplifeArmy #HappyBirthdayBo

Children's dance studio located in North Hollywood offering classes for ages 3-18, and renting our studios for rehearsals, auditions, and workshops!

One of the top dance academies in Los Angeles where children learn to dance in a safe, non-competitive environment, and where they are able to express themselves freely but they are guided and mentored to become strong, passionate, confident young adults.

Operating as usual

07/03/2022

Wishing the happiest of birthdays to our one and only, Liv 🤍🖤💜

06/21/2022

Happy Birthday Ash! We love you, and we appreciate you! 💜🤍🖤

06/09/2022

We’re sending (belated) birthday wishes to our fabulous, Steph! We’re grateful for you, and love you tons! Hope your birthday was AMAZING! 💜🥳

06/08/2022

Our 2022 Graduating Seniors 💜We’re so glad to have witnessed your growth over these years. You’re all brilliant dancers, and beautiful humans. We hope this next phase of life brings you everything you can hope for and more! Don’t forget to visit! 🥹🥹 Love you all!!

06/08/2022

CONGRATULATIONS KAYA!
We’re sending all of our love and well wishes to Kaya, one of our 2022 Seniors 💜 After high school, she will move to Montreal, Canada, where she will attend Concordia University and major in
Film Production. So, so proud of you!!

06/08/2022

CONGRATULATIONS JANE!!
We’re sending all of our love and well wishes to Jane, one of our 2022 Seniors 💜 After high school, she will attend Chapman University's Dodge College of Film and Media Arts, majoring in Film and TV Production. We’re so proud of you!

Photos from Liv'art Dance Studio's post 06/07/2022

CELEBRATING AAPI MONTH!
Our (delayed) 4th week of our AAPI artist recognition!
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Alexa Capareda
Capareda was born in the Philippines, where she began her dance training at Ballet Regina, following the Royal Academy of Dance curriculum. She also received training in classical ballet and contemporary dance at the Philippine High School for the Arts. After moving to Texas at 16, she started a three-year traineeship with Ballet Austin while attending college, and continued her studies with several companies across Europe. She began exploring her own choreography before leaving Europe, winning 3rd prize at the 2013 Festival of Choreographic Miniatures in Serbia. Capareda joined Ballet Austin’s artistic staff and Academy faculty in 2015, and currently serves as Rehearsal Director for Ballet Austin II. In addition to re-staging works, Capareda sets her original pieces. Her work, Maria and the Mouse Deer, her new ballet for BAII based on Philippine folk stories, has been awarded a Grants for Arts Projects award from the National Endowment for the Arts. 
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Kyle Hanagami
    Kyle Hanagami is a Los Angeles-based Choreographer and Creative Director and has become one of the industry's most sought after talents. YouTube is coincidentally how Hanagami’s career took off during his sophomore year at UC Berkeley, when he began sharing his dance videos online. In the massive commercial success since then, Hanagami has choreographed for artists such as BlackPink, Jennifer Lopez, Britney Spears, CNCO, Justin Beiber and NSync, l Though Hanagami doesn’t typically star in his videos himself, his passion translates through emotion-based moves that are fluid with the rhythm, yet sharp with the beat of each song. While hip-hop plays a role in inspiring the moves, Hanagami insists that his work is a fusion of different styles, and what it ultimately comes down to is “how you interpret the music.”

Photos from Liv'art Dance Studio's post 06/07/2022

CELEBRATING AAPI MONTH!
Our (delayed) 4th week of our AAPI artist recognition!
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Brian Puspos
    Puspos is a Filipino choreographer, dancer, and recording artist from Texas. He comes from an artistic family - his sister also sings, and his parents were ballroom dancers. Puspos spent his childhood years as a backup dancer, choreographing and performing at local talent shows and for various upcoming Houston artists. He was a member of SoReal Cru, who were declared runners up in Season 2 of the America's Best Dance Crew championship in 2008. Later, in season 7 of ABDC, Puspos performed with Most Wanted Crew in 2012. Puspos was also named “Male Choreographer of the Year” multiple years by World of Dance, and has worked with incredible artists like Justin Bieber, Chris Brown, Anderson Paak, and BTS. Soon, Puspos will sit as a mentor on the upcoming talent search, “Top Class: The Rise to P-Pop Stardom” in the Philippines.
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Jin Xing
    Chinese dancer, choreographer, actress, founder and artistic director of the China’s first private dance troupe, Jin Xing Dance Theater, in Shanghai. At age 9, she joined the People’s Liberation Army to receive dance and military training from an arts academy affiliated with the region, graduating in 1984. She later won the national dance contest with a Central Asian ethnic dance piece, and in 1989, won a scholarship to dance in New York and study modern dance for four years, studying under modern dance pioneers such as Limon, Cunningham, and Graham. She underwent gender affirming surgery in 1995 in Beijing. Easily the most famous public figure in China to undergo the surgery, the fact that she was allowed to do it and return to Chinese public life was somewhat shocking at the time. She later became one of the most prominent public figures in China through her appearance on the Chinese version of So You Think You Can Dance, before being given her own talk show, The Jin Xing Show, which became the most-viewed TV show in China during its run.

Photos from Liv'art Dance Studio's post 06/07/2022

CELEBRATING AAPI MONTH!
Our (delayed) 4th week of our AAPI artist recognition!
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Thang Dao
    Vietnameses freelance choreographer, teacher, and coach. Dao came to the USA from Viet Nam as a young teenager, and attended LACHSA during his final high school years. He holds a MA degree from New York University’s Gallatin School. Dao received his formal dance education from the Juilliard School and The Boston Conservatory. Dao danced with the Stephen Petronio Company and the Metropolitan Opera until 2006, leaving to choreograph for Ballet Austin, Ballet Austin II, Ailey II, Ballet X, Philadanco, Missouri Contemporary Ballet, the Boston Conservatory along with many universities and performing arts schools nationally and internationally. His works have been performed throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia. Dao has also established his own company, Thang Dao Dance Company. It is neither fellow choreographers nor dancers that most inspire choreographer Thang Dao. “The most influential mentors, teachers, and inspirations in my life are my parents,” he says. It was their determination to be free, to escape war-torn Vietnam, that today forms a backdrop to all Dao’s choreography.
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Hannahlei Cabanilla
    American dancer of Filipino descent - As one of the youngest artists were recognizing this month, Cabanilla’s bio is still growing, but already starts off with a big bang the Season 15 winner of the U.S. So You Think You Can Dance.  Cabanilla grew up in Anaheim, training and competing from a young age. She auditioned for the show right at age 18! Since winning the competition, she performed at the American Music Awards with Selena Gomez in 2017, and appeared in Sia’s “The Greatest” music video and Rent (Live!). She continues to teach and train in Orange County and Los Angeles. Can’t wait to see what the future brings for her!

Photos from Liv'art Dance Studio's post 06/07/2022

CELEBRATING AAPI MONTH!
Our (delayed) 4th week of our AAPI artist recognition!
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Ananya Chatterjea
Growing up in India, Chatterjea struggled to reconcile the beauty of dance she was learning and practicing with the injustices around her. This began her journey to explore contemporary Indian dance rooted in social justice. In the early 90s she moved to New York City to begin studying at Columbia University. Her work as choreographer, dancer, and thinker brings together contemporary dance, social justice, and healing justice. Her company, Ananya Dance Theatre, is a company of BIPOC cultural activists and women and femme dance artists who believe in the transformative power of dance. They invite audiences to participate in their strategy of , the movement of dancing as civic action.
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Alex Wong
Wong was born in Canada and began his tap and jazz training at the age of 7. At age 10, he started his ballet studies with the Goh Ballet Academy in Vancouver, Canada. In 2005, he danced briefly with American Ballet Theatre before joining Miami City Ballet, and in early 2007, was promoted to the rank of soloist at MCB. Wong originally auditioned for “So You Think You Can Dance” in 2009, but was forced to withdraw due to contractual issues with MCB. However in 2010, he declined the soloist position to pursue another shot at SYTYCD and made it to the Top 10 before an unfortunate injury. Since his SYTYCD days, Wong has appeared in numerous films, Broadway productions, and advertisements. He has been a guest speaker at several prominent universities, and has received several awards for his work on Broadway. In 2012. He returned to SYTYCD as an All Star and has since worked on Dancing With The Stars, SYTYCD Vietnam, and Glee (to name a few!)

06/07/2022

REMINDER!
This is the last week of classes for the school year.

Summer Camps begin next week!! ☀️

05/25/2022
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CELEBRATING AAPI MONTH!
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Peggy Myo-Young Choy
American choreographer and dancer of Korean descent who explores Afro-Asian dance forms and founded Peggy Choy Dance (2010). Her women-centered stories created since the mid-1990s, integrate her foundations in Korean dance, Javanese dance, and martial arts as well as urban vernacular forms. She is also President of The Ki Project, Inc., a non-profit organization that committed to performance and creative thinking for future generations. They are interested in how performance connects with diverse cultural legacies, histories, and varying views of science and the mind, to then inspire sustainable environments and generational transformation.
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Beverly Noa
(Beverly Kauiokanahele Rivera Noa Kennedy) Renowned Hawaiian hula soloist who began dancing hula at the age of six, and at age 18, was crowned Miss Hawaii 1952. She traveled throughout the continental US promoting Hawaii and performed as a soloist at the top showrooms in Hawaii and with notable singers and musicians. She was also a model and became the Hawaii Visitor Bureau's "poster girl" which won her national recognition and acclaim. Noa was inducted as a legendary hula dancer into the Hawaiian Music Hall of Fame in 2015.
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Eiko & Koma
Eiko Otake and Takashi Koma Otake are a Japanese multi-disciplinary performance duo. Since 1972, they have worked as co-artistic directors, choreographers, and performers, creating a unique theater of movement out of stillness, shape, light, sound, and time. For most of their works, they create their own sets and costumes, and are usually the sole performers. In the early 70’s, they worked with avant-garde theatrical movement artists in Japan, soon after traveling throughout Europe to present their own works. Although neither has studied Butoh, they cite Kazoo Ohno, a Butoh pioneer, as a main inspiration. They incorporate exaggerated slowness, extreme environments and imagery, as well as themes of darkness, vulnerability, and transformation familiar to the movement style. The duo believes that humans are a part of nature and through their work, they hope for humans to remember that connection.

Photos from Liv'art Dance Studio's post 05/23/2022

CELEBRATING AAPI MONTH!
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Yuan Yuan Tan
Chinese ballet dancer who is principal dancer with the San Francisco Ballet. Tan began dancing at 11 years old, and at age 18, became the youngest soloist dancer with the San Francisco Ballet. In 1997, just two years later, she was promoted to principal dancer, entirely bypassing the corps and attaining the highest position for a ballet dancer at an unusually rapid upward path. She was at that time the youngest principal dancer ever in the history of the SF Ballet. Tan has danced a plethora of notable roles throughout her career, and has been recognized by multiple platforms for her talent. A mayoral proclamation in SF reads “Her grace, skill, versatility and strength have helped her become the first Chinese prima ballerina in the United States and one of the greatest Chinese ballerinas of all time. She has gracefully served as cultural ambassador for San Francisco and the United States. We are immensely grateful for her contributions to our city’s cultural history.” In 2004, she made the cover of Time as one of 20 people under 40 considered to be heroes from Asia. In 2019, she received the Shanghai Magnolia Silver Award, “bestowed to people who contribute to the development of Shanghai.”
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Akram Khan
    English dancer and choreographer of Bangladeshi descent. He began dancing at age 7, training in the classical South Asian dance form of Kathak. At the age of 13, he was cast in a Shakespeare Company production of Mahabharata, touring the world between 1987 and 1989 and appearing in the televised version of the play broadcast in 1988. He began presenting solo performances of his work in the 1990s, and in August 2000, he founded Akram Khan Company, alongside former dancer Farooq Chaudhry. Khan is known for his innovative and experimental kathak influenced contemporary choreography , including his re-imaginings of well-known stories/ productions like Giselle and The Jungle Book. For him, his contemporary work is not fusion but “confusion". Khan states, ”The intelligence of dance is far superior to intellectualism – the body is more honest and direct,"

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CELEBRATING AAPI MONTH!
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Minh Tran
Vietnamese American choreographer, dancer, and director who started Minh Tran & Co. He immigrated to the US in 1980 as a political refugee when he was 13 years old. He received dance training in classical Vietnamese opera at the National School of Fine and Performing Arts in Saigon. He has created over forty choreographic works since 1989, which blends western modern dance with traditional Southeast Asian dance, and has received numerous grants, fellowships and commissions. As an educator, his research specializes in Southeast Asian Dance & Culture and Dance Training Toward Performance.
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Li Chiao-Ping
American choreographer and dancer of The Extreme Moves Training Method and Li Chiao-Ping Dance (1990). Known for her originality, trademark physicality, humanism, and visual design, she creates layered works that combine multiple art forms to explore themes of culture and identity. She was named by Dance Magazine as one of the “25 to Watch” and makes work for the stage, screen, and other sites for individuals and organizations around the country. She has choreographed for musical theater, opera, and ballet, in addition to concert dance, dance theater, and screen dance and creates works for dance companies, university dance programs, and individuals around the country.
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Baayork Lee
American actress, singer, dancer, choreographer, theatre director, and author of Chinese and Indian descent. She started dancing at an early age, and was casted at age 5 in the original Broadway production of The King and I and appeared in Balanchine's original production of The Nutcracker. Lee’s Broadway career continued to thrive, eventually landing her her most notable role, Connie Wong in the original A Chorus Line (a role that was in part based off of Lee!). Over the years, she has directed and choreographed more than thirty-five international productions of the musical, in addition to various other Broadway productions. Lee is a co-founder of the National Asian Artists Project, a non-profit that showcases the work of Asian-American theatre artists through performance, outreach, and educational programming.

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CELEBRATING AAPI MONTH!
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Mallika Sarabhai
Indian activist and classical dancer and actress who has specialized in using the arts for social change and transformation. As the daughter of a classical dancer, she began learning to dance when she was young, and started her film career in cinema when she was 15. She appeared in many Hindi- and Gujarati-language films, and won a number of critics’ and government acting awards for her film and tv work. Sarabhai was a leading teachers of the bharata natyam and kuchipudi dance forms, and she took over the leadership of the performing arts academy Darpana, which her mother had established decades earlier. She used her choreography to focus on dance as a tool for social critique and change, and she expressed her particular interest in fostering women’s rights, seeking to convey statements against female infanticide, sexual abuse, and child marriage. She used gestures and movements from everyday life and from the martial arts of southern and northeastern India. She also used multimedia tools to incorporate sound and visual imagery in her works, receiving international acclaim and recognition for her dance compositions.
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Dana Tai Soon Burgess
American choreographer, dancer, and performance artist of Korean descent who founded Dana Tai Soon Burgess Dance Company. His work explores the idea of cultural confluence with many of his dances focusing on the “hyphenated person” – someone who is of mixed ethnic or cultural heritage – and the emotions of belonging and societal acceptance. He has served as a Cultural Ambassador for the U.S. State Department for over two decades, an appointment he uses to promote international cultural dialogue through “the global language of dance. Since 2016, Burgess has been the Smithsonian Institution’s first-ever Choreographer-in-Residence. In this role, he creates new works inspired by museum exhibitions and participates in public discussions about dance and art. He began dancing at the age of 16 after a brief childhood career as a competitive martial artist. His mother is descended from the first group of Korean immigrants to come to America in 1903 and 1904.

Photos from Liv'art Dance Studio's post 05/23/2022

CELEBRATING AAPI MONTH!
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Mallika Sarabhai
Indian activist and classical dancer and actress who specialized in using the arts for social change and transformation. As the daughter of a classical dancer, she began learning to dance when she was young, and started her film career when she was 15. She appeared in many Hindi- and Gujarati-language films, and won a number of critics’ and government acting awards for her film and tv work. Sarabhai was a leading teacher of the bharata natyam and kuchipudi dance forms, and took over the leadership of the performing arts academy Darpana, which her mother had established decades earlier. She used her choreography to focus on dance as a tool for social critique and change, and she expressed her particular interest in fostering women’s rights, seeking to convey statements against female infanticide, sexual abuse, and child marriage. She used gestures and movements from everyday life and from the martial arts of southern and northeastern India. She also used multimedia tools to incorporate sound and visual imagery in her works. She received international acclaim and recognition for her dance compositions.
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Dana Tai Soon Burgess
    American choreographer, dancer, and performance artist of Korean descent who founded Dana Tai Soon Burgess Dance Company. His work explores the idea of cultural confluence with many of his dances focusing on the “hyphenated person” – someone who is of mixed ethnic or cultural heritage – and the emotions of belonging and societal acceptance. He has served as a Cultural Ambassador for the U.S. State Department for over two decades, an appointment he uses to promote international cultural dialogue through “the global language of dance. Since 2016, Burgess has been the Smithsonian Institution’s first-ever Choreographer-in-Residence. In this role, he creates new works inspired by museum exhibitions and participates in public discussions about dance and art. He began dancing at the age of 16 after a brief childhood career as a competitive martial artist. His mother is descended from the first group of Korean immigrants to come to America in 1903.

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Our 2022 Graduating Seniors 💜We’re so glad to have witnessed your growth over these years. You’re all brilliant dancers,...
CONGRATULATIONS KAYA!We’re sending all of our love and well wishes to Kaya, one of our 2022 Seniors 💜 After high school,...
CONGRATULATIONS JANE!! We’re sending all of our love and well wishes to Jane, one of our 2022 Seniors 💜 After high schoo...
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Happy Pi Day!! Be sure to visit Mariel in the office if you’d like to compete in the #pidaychallenge !! 🥧🥳
Friends - we thought about it…$5 isn’t enough for pie! The winner will receive a $10 gift card to @republicofpie !! 🥧🥳🥧
C6! What are you most excited for tomorrow?
WINTER SHOW PREP! ❄️Follow our stories today and tomorrow to see our performance company prepare for their annual Winter...
We spent some time last night playing games, enjoying treats, and reminding ourselves of all the things we have to be th...
Reminder!! The studio will be closed Thursday, November 25th - Sunday, November 28th. Hope you all have a safe and joyfu...

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Ballet, jazz, tap, contemporary, lyrical, modern, and more!
Regular sessions from August to June- we also offer summer camp!

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11044 Weddington Street
North Hollywood, CA
91601

Opening Hours

Monday 10am - 9pm
Tuesday 10am - 9pm
Wednesday 10am - 9pm
Thursday 10am - 9pm
Friday 10am - 9pm

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