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Supple The Choreographer Is Back To Work On SYTYCD And To Hold Workshops

Supple (where the hell did he get that name from?) is coming back to town to choreograph some routines for SYTYCDA, but also for you dance fiends out there he will be holding some dance workshops. All the details below:

Supple aka “The Dance Scientist” is coming to Australia for guest appearances on SYTYCD and will be conducting one public workshop only in NSW. DanceLife has all the information for you exclusively.

Supple truly represents the new generation blood of choreographers and has humbly made a name for himself in Europe where he has worked with many greats such as Madonna for example but was also rewarded with winning a Choreography Award in the UK for his modern adaptation of ‘Singing In The Rain’ making Gene Kelly pop and funk along thanks to the magic of special visual effects.

Such has been the industry acclaim and demand for him that since winning such award, he has already choreographed many assignments in India, South Africa, Spain, Japan, Australia, France, Korea, Spain etc. Check out for videos and news on Supple.

The Dance Scientist has a unique style that is a fusion of all genres without restrictions when adding his suppology midas touch with an open mind to his kryptic movement street dance art form style.


Where: Salsa Republic Dance Studios
42 Kensington Street in Central/Broadway.
Opposite UTS One block away just off from the corner of Harris Street and George Street.

TUESDAY 21st April 2009 @ 8.30pm = Intermediate Level [120 minutes]
WEDNESDAY 22nd April 2009 @ 8.00pm = Advanced/Professional Level [120 minutes]

$35 for one workshop or pay $60 and do both workshops. Please arrive already warmed up, stretched and ready to dance. Minimum age limit is 12 years old.

Must pre-register in advance. Limited spaces available. To pre register please email your name, age and which workshop you would like to attend to Spots will go fast so get in early.