How to Become a Professional Dancer
Professional Dancer :- The purpose of training is to tighten up the slack, toughen the mind and body and polish the spirit. Big Dance Centre revels in being a provider of one of the best training platform in the form of PDSP or the Professional Dance Study Program. We not only train an individual to be a dancer, but increase their potential to become profound performer. PDSP is a three month training program which is organised every year. It also boasts of faculties from the world around as part of our training programme. Each individual for us is special and they all have specific talents and requirements. Our faculty assess them, trains them, polish their already
inhibited talents and make them learn the intricacies of the field.
We also organise a Student Showcase to expose our students to the pioneers of the field after the completion of PDSP. It is necessary for us to not only train our students in becoming a profound performer but also to make way for them to pursue their dreams. For a path must be shown to those working hard for their dreams. We aspire for our students to become professional dancers and reach the level of people they idolize at present. We work as hard as the size of their dreams and make them a reality with training and
exposure. The PDSP programme this year is going to start from 17th April and will continue up to 9th
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Posted by Big Dance Centre on Monday, February 20, 2017
International Faculty that has been part of PDSP-
●Philip Chbeeb – He is an American hip-hop dancer and is a founding member of the dance
crew I.aM.mE. He also worked on popular Hollywood movies like Step Up Revolution, Step
Up All In and Jem and the Holograms.
●Brian Puspos – He is an American Choreographer and has been awarded as the Male
Choreographer of the Year in 2014 by World of Dance.
●Bam Martin – Or Brian “Bam” Martin is an American Choreographer who was a part of
MTV’s ABDC Season 3 and has worked with Justin Bieber and Mos Wanted Crew.
●Scott Forsyth – He is an international choreographer. He has been nominated for both
International Choreographer of the Year and Male Choreographer of the Year. His team,
Brotherhood, has also been 2 time World Hip Hop Dance Champion under his tutelage.
●Majid Kessab – Or Magilla is a German dancer and performer. He has conducted workshops
around the world in the countries like United States, Spain, Russia, France, Japan, China and
●Waydi Wayde – He is a French Freestyle Dancer and Choreographer and is currently the
writer and producer of pop n ‘Brothers.
●Sorah Yang – She is a Business graduate turned Professional Dancer and Choreographer. She
runs her Youtube Channel where she uploads various dance tutorials and song covers.
●Kumari Suraj – She is dancer and choreographer with Fox’s “So You Think You Can Dance” as
her first choreography platform. She is the founder of International Waack/Punk/Pose
●Hiro – Or Hiroyuki Suzuki is Japanese Dancer, Dj and has also judged various prestigious
competitions. He blends House Dance and Hip Hop to create a dynamic style of movement.
●Kiki Soh – She is dancer, art director and choreographer from South Korea and is the CEO of
PAS Dance Movement Center.
●Sahar Taklimi – She is dancer of the forms hip-hop and dancehall and is based in
Gothenburg, Sweden. She is also the part of Unruly Sweden and Laces Crew and teaches at
Twisted Feet Dance Academy.
●Kana Miyamoto – She is a Japanese dance and choreographer and has been a part of Ballet
and Jazz workshop tour in Japan in 2014.
●Japox Baturiano – Or John Peter is a dancer and choreographer from Manila, Philippines and
has been a part of BP Dance Studio and Unofficial JAPS.
●Prosenjit Guy Kundu – He is professional dancer since 1998 and an active participant of the
Underground Dance Scene for more than two decades.
Our Esteemed Alumni-