HIP-HOP DANCE CLASSES
A collaboration with EV Dance - one of Singapore's leading dance company that aims to provide opportunities for diverse and engaging artistic experiences. EV Dance will be conducting hip hop dance classes exclusively designed for ASPIRE55 members!
For those who have always wanted to channel the inner performer in you or those who wants to try out something new, this event is just for you!
TRIAL CLASS STARTS on 6 APRIL 2018, 11.30AM
(Meet at Waterloo Clubhouse)
$25 for all ASPIRE55 members per session
RSVP soon to avoid disappointment!
Limited to a maximum of 25 members only. Limited slots available!
The details of the dance sessions, are as follows:
||6, 13, 20 and 27 April 2018
4, 11, 18 and 25 May 2018
|DAY & TIME:
||Fridays, 11.30am to 12.30pm
||60 mins each
||$25 per session per participant
(Please pay directly to EV Dance)
|MIN/ MAX CLASS SIZE:
||Min. 6 pax / Max. 25 pax
|No. OF CLASSES:
||EV dance studio (#03-01)*
* Meeting point to be at ASPIRE55 STERLING (Waterloo Clubhouse) @ 51 Waterloo Street, #01-06, Singapore 187969. Coffee and tea will be provided after the dance class at Waterloo Clubhouse.
What to wear:
- Comfortable clothing (suitable for dancing)
- Sports shoes or comfortable footwear (not advisable to wear slippers or sandals)
What to bring:
- Small towel and change of clothes
- Enthusiasm to enjoy a fun and dynamic dance workout session
Watching Janet Jackson's MTVs during Toby's adolescent years flicked his love switch for dancing that only came to grow in intensity over time. Each class with Toby is a unique journey in which he takes together with his students; he works hard to ensure that the overall dance experience is a meaningful and fulfilling one. Toby has a pleasant disposition, is highly encouraging and always approachable, and above all, he is a teacher that can be looked upon as a friend.
A versatile and talented dancer capable of a wide genre of dances, Toby constantly challenges himself to bring the art of Hip Hop, Jazz, Reggae, Japanese/ Korean Pop and House to new platforms. Dance, he believes, is a form of self expression and a means of communicating in a poetic way that cannot be articulated by words; he pays close attention to how emotions are portrayed in his choreography. Not afraid of experimenting with different dance styles, he freely fuses unlikely schools, such as Ballad and Hip Hop, with surprisingly delightful results.
Among the numerous dance competitions he has taken part in and gained recognition for, the one that was most memorable would be winning an award at the Hip Hop International, in Melbourne, Australia, in 2004.
Besides being a backup dancer for Taiwanese pop singer Jolin Tsai & Aaron Yan, Hong Kong veteran singer Francis Yip, local artistes Derrick Hoh, Hagen Tan, he was also the choreographer and backup dancer for Taufik Batisah in 2016. Additionally, aside from participating in shows for businesses like Mykita, Moet Hennessy Diageo Singapore, Canon Singapore, Givenchy, HSBC and Standard Chartered Bank, Toby was also appointed the master choreographer for Channel News Asia Luminary Award.
Keen to engage more actively in the local art scene, Toby formed an all-girls dance team - La Femme, who was first runner-up in their virgin dance competition "Dream Catchers - Love to Dance" on 6 June 2011.