Summer Intensive at MYM

Guest Teachers

Liz Borom

Liz Borom

Atlanta, GA

Liz Borom got her start at the age of 6 in South Carolina studying classical ballet with the Columbia City Ballet.  She was a soloist for the Spartanburg Civic Ballet before receiving an honors scholarship into the SC Governors School for the Arts where she trained under the direction of Edward Villella, Mel Tomlinson, and Sandra Neil.  She went on to study dance performance and choreography in college.  Since college, Liz has been teaching, choreographing, and dancing all over the US for the past 20+ years.  Professionally, she has danced in commercials, film, television, and performed in several full-length stage productions. Liz’s choreography has won multiple awards regionally and nationally.  Her classes are full of strong technique and passionate choreography.  

Atlanta, GA

Liz Borom got her start at the age of 6 in South Carolina studying classical ballet with the Columbia City Ballet.  She was a soloist for the Spartanburg Civic Ballet before receiving an honors scholarship into the SC Governors School for the Arts where she trained under the direction of Edward Villella, Mel Tomlinson, and Sandra Neil.  She went on to study dance performance and choreography in college.  Since college, Liz has been teaching, choreographing, and dancing all over the US for the past 20+ years.  Professionally, she has danced in commercials, film, television, and performed in several full-length stage productions. Liz’s choreography has won multiple awards regionally and nationally.  Her classes are full of strong technique and passionate choreography.  

Brian Mason

Atlanta, GA

Brian Mason's most recent performing credits include the role as a Sockapella in the blockbuster hit “Pitch Perfect” and a featured dancer in the movie “Footloose” with Juliann Hough.  A Georgia native, Brian started training at the age of three, and went on to attend Oklahoma City University where he received a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Dance Performance.  Post college, Brian worked as a singer and dancer for Holland America Line cruises. He has also worked at Busch Gardens Williamsburg as a dancer/singer and has been a lead dancer in the Atlanta Opera’s production of AIDA.  Some of Brian’s television credits include commercials for the Georgia Lottery and the NCAA, as well as featured dancer spots on Vampire Diaries and Drop Dead Diva. Brian is passionate, and loves to instill the passion and self-motivation that keeps dancers growing and successful.

Aleks Wojda

Gregg Russell

Los Angeles, CA

Aleksandra Wojda was born in Pretoria, South Africa, but grew up dancing in the Chicagoland area. She graduated from Northwestern University in June 2006 with dual degrees in Communication Sciences & Disorders and International Studies.

While attending Northwestern full-time for four years, she trained at the Giordano Dance Center. She has performed in Dance Chicago under the direction of Nick Pupillo and Tracy Marrion. In the summer of 2006, she was seen as a top twenty dancer on the second season of Fox's hit show, So You Think You Can Dance.

After ending a run at the Lincolnshire Marriott's production of All Night Strut, she joined Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago's second company. She has been featured in industrials such as  Jockey, Panasonic, and Pepsi. 

Currently residing in Los Angeles, she has kept busy working in music videos with such artists as Lady GaGa, David Cook, Kaskade, and Sara Bareilles.

Los Angeles, CA

Tuscaloosa, Al

Gregg is an Emmy nominated choreographer and has worked with such stars as: Bette Midler, Gene Kelly, The Nicholas Brothers, Michael Jackson, Gregory Hines, and Kenny Ortega. He directed a commercial for Carvel Ice Cream, and has also performed with numerous music artists: Reba McEntire, Sugar Ray, The B-52‘s and Jason Mraz.

Gregg danced in a national Volkswagon commercial portraying Donald O’conner, and performed on ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars”. He also performed and choreographed on the TV shows “Mobbed”, “America’s Got Talent”, and “Live to Dance” hosted by Paula Abdul. He most recently performed at Madison Square Garden’s home opener for the New York Knicks, choreographed for the Industry Dance Awards in Los Angeles, and danced on the 2014 Latin Grammy Awards.

He currently is hosting/producing “Tap Into the Network” intensives, channeling 7 different cities throughout the U.S., directing his tap company Tap Sounds Underground into their 16th season, and choreographing for the Industry Dance Awards in Los Angeles.

Summer Intensive July 9-12

Full range of classes offered during Intensive week:

Tap, Jazz, Ballet, Contemporary, Improv, Hip Hop and Lyrical

Petites (Ages 5-8)                     $250

Juniors (9-11)                            $250

Teens   (12-18)                          $250

 

Dynasty Team Auditions: July 13, 2019 

STUDIO HOURS

Monday- Thursday

 

3:30 PM-8:45PM

Friday

 

4:00PM-6:00PM

 

Saturday

 

By Appointment

 

 

 

 

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