Hannah Frederick is a native of Minneapolis, Minnesota. She grew up training intensely at the Dance Shoppe in Plymouth in all genres of dance.
Hannah has been based out of New York City for the past five years. She is an up and coming choreographer and performer, specializing in Contemporary and Contemporary Fusion.
Since moving to New York, Hannah has been studying at the prestigious, Broadway Dance Center in several of their professional programs, including the Intern Scholarship Program (now the Summer Professional Semester). Shortly after interning, Hannah had the privilege of working with Calen Kurka and Chris Hale in their contemporary company :Pushing Progress.
Hannah has performed in several choreographers festivals including Carnival, Sirens after dark, and Sybarite, as well as music videos, shows, and dancing for various artists around the city. She continues to travel, teach, and choreograph around the country. She is currently on faculty at Tribe Body. Her most recent work was selected as "Choreographer's pick" at The Pulse On Tour. Hannah is currently on faculty at Broadway Dance Center, teaching open classes and is also on faculty for their Children and Teen Program.
As a teacher, Hannah thrives off of the energy and passion of her students. She encourages her students to find their love of dance based on their own personal journey. Hannah's goal as a teacher is to inspire others to find their own voice in dance through movement.
Morgan Stinnett grew up in Akron, OH and trained at Nan Klinger's Excellence in Dance. He attended Point Park University and majored in dance with a Ballet concentration. His professional career started at Texas Ballet Theater before moving to NYC. Morgan has danced for over 20 regional companies and currently freelances as a soloist with Dances Patrelle, Connecticut Ballet, K/M D/M CelloPointe, Ballets with a Twist and Ajkun Ballet Theater. He has also performed with Craig Salstein's (ABT) company Intermezzo Dance and is the Ballet Master for the View Dance Challenge Convention in Canada. Morgan can also be seen in Jordon Matter's 'Dancer's After Dark' and Kike Calvo's 'World of Dances' for National Geographic. Recently. he was a soloist in the Broadway and Ballet Awards in NYC, performed with Broadway Sings for Pride, was a body double for a new film "Echappe" and was a dancer in the new NYC webseries "Living the Dream". Last winter, he also performed with Cyndi Lauper in her ' Home for the Holidays' show at the Beacon Theater.
Brianna Leigh Roland
Brianna is a recent graduate of Pace School of the Performing Arts in New York City with a BFA in Commercial Dance and a concentration in choreography. Brianna's performance credits include, Ruelle's "I Get To Love You" music video, The "Today" Show, Pushing Progress, The Young Choreographer's Festival, APAP Showcases, Pace University Commercial Dance and many more. She has trained under well-known dancers and choreographers including Rhonda Miller, Lauren Gaul, Scott Jovovich, Laurie Kanyok, Dee Caspary, Dana Moore, Ginger Cox, Emily Bufferd, Jess Hendricks and others. Along with performing, Brianna has always loved to teach and choreograph and is beyond excited to share her passion for dance with young, aspiring artists.
Tricia Urgo graduated from Montclair State University with a BFA in dance. She has trained in multiple styles of dance including: contemporary, ballet, tap, modern and jazz. While attending Montclair State, Tricia performed in works by Martha Graham, Larry Keigwin, Earl Mosely, Nancy Lushington, Tyler Gilstrap, Kathleen Kelley, and Jessica DiMauro. Upon graduating, Tricia has also performed professionally with Emotions Physical Theater Dance Company and will continue to establish herself as a professional dancer.
EMMA PRESSMAN began her professional training at Sarasota Ballet and graduated from The Harid Conservatory on full-tuition scholarship. After high school she danced professionally with Texas Ballet Theater under the direction of Ben Stevenson, O.B.E., Connecticut Ballet and Verlezza Dance. She recently graduated from Montclair State University with a BFA in Dance. At MSU she danced in works by Martha Graham, Bill T. Jones, May O’Donnell, José Limón, Antony Tudor, and Larry Keigwin, amongst others. She was awarded the Cento Amici Scholarship both in 2014 and 2015 and received the Dean’s Scholar/Artist Award for the College of the Arts upon graduation.
She has performed D i f f u s i o n, a duet she co-choreographed, in New Jersey, Brooklyn, and Manhattan. She also choreographed for a collaboration of Carmina Burana between Montclair State University’s Dance Department and the Cali School of Music. She has been teaching ballet classes and private lessons to students ages 3-18 since 2011. In addition she is an Adjunct Professor at Montclair State University and a dancer with JKing Dance Company.
Miss Jasmine has always loved both children and the art of dance. She grew up in Teaneck, NJ, where she started dancing at the age of four, and began assisting her teachers at the age of 10.
She taught at the Y in Massachusetts and Ohio throughout her school years, and she graduated from Wittenberg University, with a major in Elementary Education and a minor in Dance.
Jasmine also enjoys the sport of gymnastics, and has several years of experience teaching at local gymnastics facilities. Jasmine began her career at PAA in 2003. She is the director of the pre-school program and the summer camp.
She is also the mother of two beautiful girls. Her classes are always in high demand and each and every one of her students loves her!
Amber Pinero has been studying dance since the age of 5 years old. She has trained extensively in jazz, lyrical, contemporary, ballet and hip-hop. She attended 5-6-7-8 Dance and trained under Corie Zodda, Carla Montechhi, Chelsea Giudce and Nina LoRusso. At a young age, she realized that dancing was her passion. Hip-Hop then became her strength and most worked on style of dance. Amber attended Rosa Parks Performing Arts High School with a major in dance. Amber then began training more in the city working with Urban Dance League under the direction of Anthony Rue. Her most recent job in the dance industry was the Brooklyn Royal Dance Team. Amber continues to grow and study the art of dance under numerous known choreographers and teachers. She hopes to instill in her dancers the love and passion she has always had for dance.