Leroy Curwood at Diambra
Diambra International Workshop!
Leroy Curwood is in Europe and we are bringing him to Diambra for two classes, one night only! As always this is a workshop you do not want to miss!
WHEN: 15th September
TIME: 18.30-20.00 & 21.00-22.30
WHERE: Diambra, Döbelnsgatan 56 c/o Marikas, Subway rådmansgatan
PRICE: 300 SEK/class or 500 SEK/ 2 classes (CASH IS KING)
REGISTRATION & INFO: firstname.lastname@example.org
Register today and make sure you get a spot!
Leroy Curwood was born and raised in Melbourne, Australia. A prominent professional dancer/choreographer back home, Leroy first performed at the age of 12 in Cameron Mackintosh’s musical Oliver touring through Melbourne and also Singapore. He has danced for local contemporary and hip-hop companies such as ’Vertical Shadows’ and ’Collaboration’. Leroy has also supported Australian artists on stage and in music videos and is a sort after teacher nation-wide. In addition, Leroy co-choreographed on the Australian Series of ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ and was co-director of the Australian Hip Hop Champions in 2009 and 2010.
Leroy has taught in various countries around the world for the past 3 years and alongside some of the industries finest, such as Luther Brown, Kevin Maher, Brian Green and Tony Tzar. When in LA, he regularly teaches at Movement Lifestyle, Debbie Reyonlds Dance Studio and Millennium Dance Complex.
Recently, he choreographed and performed in the first ever Hip-Hop stage show in Israel, “Ninja”, presented by Rob Rich featuring the Richboyz and co-choreographed by Jian Pierre-Louis, Julia Spiesser, Ambra Succi, Anna Ninja and Diego Vasquez.
Commercially, Leroy has appeared on stage and in videos supporting artists such as Howie D (Backstreet Boys), Guy Sebastian, Brian McFadden and Natalie Gauci. He has performed at various events and club gigs for brands such as Nike as well as on stage at the Australian Open, Stereosonic and Summerbeatz.
Leroy has studied a variety of dance styles from an early age and draws on this wide vocabulary of movement when choreographing. At 24, Leroy hopes to continue his growth in dance and inspire those around him to do the same.
See you at Diambra!