Join the Amy Morgan Masterclass 16-18 March.

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Power in Dance will be hosting the Amy Morgan Masterclass. This internationally renowned choreographer is a USA east coast native who started dancing at the age of two. Graduated with a BA from Fordham University before moving to Los Angeles.

She is a professional dancer and choreographer signed with MSA Agency in Los Angeles. She trained at Broadway Dance Center and Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater in New York City in: ballet, modern, jazz and hip hop.

Amy performed with such artists as Jessica Sutta, Cher Lloyd, Pia Toscano and Beyonce. Other dance credits include: Skechers Industrial with JaQuel Knight, Yahoo’s original series “Sin City Saints”, and has performed with Beyonce for the Billboard Awards, as well as the MTV VMA Awards.
She has presented works for shows such as “Jete” and “Club Posers” in Hollywood. Choreographed music videos for up and coming artists Omar Kadir, Aiman Beretta and Ross.

Amy teaches at the famed Millennium Dance Complex in Studio City, as well as Debbie Reynolds Studio and the International Dance Academy in Hollywood.
She is also the official dance judge, representing Millennium Dance Complex, at the annual World Championships of Performing Arts Competition in Long Beach and is honored to present Millennium scholarships to talented dancers from all over the world.

Choreography and teaching has become her main passion.

She specializes in heels classes, focusing heavily on proper technique as well as performance. Her style of choreography is classy, groovy and fun.

Her goal is to empower the women who come take her class and to bring out that sexy confidence and the love that they have for themselves. Always reminding her students about why they love to dance in the first place, she feels truly blessed to be able to share her knowledge, passion and love of her craft with others.

Join Amy Morgan on the 16 to 18 March for a power Masterclass! Register Now


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