Kalene Corcoran is an accomplished dancer, award-winning choreographer and educator. She found her love and passion for dance at a young age and quickly began training in an array of styles ranging from classical to modern dance. She has been trained in many art forms, specializing in contemporary, hip-hop, acrobatics, and jazz, as well as lyrical, tap and ballet. She has also been professionally trained in the Cecchetti art form of ballet. Kalene is a member of the Professional Adjudicators Alliance (PAA) and is certified in the following dance curriculums: Acrobatic Arts PreSchool Acrobatic Arts Module 1 Alixa Flexibility Progressive Ballet Technique Kalene is a Seneca College Graduate, where she obtained her Honours Business Diploma, after having specialized in Contemporary Dance at the Conteur Dance Academy, allowing her to deeply explore the beauty of art through dance, under the Direction of Eryn Waltman and Dani Matte. Kalene has danced in several shows at York University, performed as a background dancer for local Toronto based artists, as well as made appearances in several Shawn Desman music videos. Kalene has been a guest choreographer all over Muskoka and the GTA.
Maryssa Morano is an accomplished dancer, choreographer, teacher and judge who found her love and passion for dance at a young age. She has been trained in an array of dance styles ranging from classical to modern dance. Maryssa graduated from York University from the BA honours dance program in Toronto, Canada which has allowed her to deeper explore the beauty of art dance. Maryssa has been trained in many art forms, specializing in acrobatics, jazz, contemporary and ballet as well as hip hop, lyrical and tap. She has also been professionally trained in both RAD and Cecchetti art forms of ballet as well as having her Model One certification with Acrobatic Arts. Maryssa has performed on many stages including travelling to Riesa, Germany with the 2012 Canadian National Showdance Team where she represented Canada.
Although Maryssa loved to perform, she found such a passion for choreography and was dedicated to share that passion with others which lead her to winning many choreography and overall awards specifically for her unique ability to finding many different ways to portray musicality. Many of Maryssa’s current students have began their own careers in the dance world such as Ryerson University Dance Program, CREO Dance Company, Intrepid Dance Company, George Brown Dance Program and many more. Maryssa prides herself in giving dancers an encouraging and nursing environments allowing her students to grow and learn to love the performing arts and the love and joy it brings into their lives. Maryssa has choreographed along side several professional dancers and choreographers and takes what she has learned from them and applies it to her own methods of teaching.
Maryssa recently travelled to Kenya assisting in the process of building a school in a small town outside the capital, called Salebwek. She uses this experience and the diversity she encountered into her teaching and training. Maryssa continues to perform and teach, and will always encourage her students to push for their dreams. She is always looking for news ways to grow and inspire and her students are her main source of motivation as each day their bond creates magical unforgettable moments.
Hip-Hop Instructor/ Choreographer
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Jasmine began dancing at the age of three in London, Ontario. She studied varying styles of
dance, including jazz, tap, ballet, hip-hop, lyrical and acro. Jasmine competed all across Canada
from the age of ten to fourteen. At fourteen, Jasmine attended Canada’s National Ballet School
and graduated in the year of 2014. She was a recipient of one of five graduation
awards/scholarships. While studying ballet, she began practicing yoga to help with her
conditioning to avoid injuries. She fell in love with the calm, yet strengthening practice.
Upon graduating, Jasmine continued to train in the Post-Secondary Program at Canada’s
National Ballet School, which led to working in Europe for five years. She also attended San
Francisco Ballet School during the summer of 2014, and worked as a guest artist in Semperoper
Dresden in Germany. She took classes with the Royal Danish Ballet, Dortmund Theatre, the
Vienna State Opera and accepted an offer with the Romanian National Ballet in Bucharest as a
While dancing with The Romanian National Ballet, she danced in classics such as Swan Lake,
The Nutcracker, Le Corsaire, La Bayadere, and Sleeping Beauty. Whilst a professional ballerina,
Jasmine began teaching dance to all ages and levels.
During the pandemic, she became a Certified Personal Trainer through the International Sports
and Sciences Association as well as a Certified Specialist in Sports Nutrition. Jasmine looks
forward to teaching at Titanium Arts Lab, where she hopes she can encourage students to be the
best dancers they can be, while they inspire her daily.
Competitive Assistant / Recreational Instructor
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Julia began her dance journey at age 2 in her local dance studio in Whitby and has been hooked ever since. She has studied multiple different genres of dance such as tap, ballet, jazz, lyrical, hip hop, modern, acro, musical theatre, song and dance, and partnering.
Upon getting more heavily involved in the tap dance community, she has had the opportunity to train and perform numerous times with Toronto Rhythm Initiative, the Tap Dance Centre, the Canadian National Tap Team and Rhythm & Sound Productions. Her most recent credits include participating in the International Tap Dance Festival’s tap dance residency under the direction of Allison Toffan, Tanya Knights and Broadway choreographer, Ted Louis Levy, where she had the opportunity to work with a live big band. She performed alongside some of Ontario’s best tap dancers as part of a new work, commissioned by Allison Toffan, in the Toronto Dusk Dances festival. Julia teaches at multiple studios across the GTA and her choreography has won various choreography and judges choice awards.
Julia is a recent grad of Sheridan College’s Bachelor of Music Theatre Performance Program where she extensively studied dance, vocal and acting from some of the top theatre professionals in the industry. With her love of teaching being so prevalent in her life, she is completing her Bachelor of Education at Queen’s University and hopes to implement the knowledge she gains there in both school and dance classrooms.
Africa Wagg is a 3rd year dance major at Ryerson University, choreographer and teacher. She began her dance journey at the age of 2 at her local dance studio in Orillia, and over the years has been trained in many different styles ranging from Ballet, Jazz, Lyrical, Contemporary, Modern, Acro, Tap, Hip-Hop and African. Africa has performed worldwide, including Greece, USA, and all over Canada. She competed for over 12 years and was a recipient of multiple special awards, overall awards, and scholarships at various competitions across Canada and the United States. Although Africa is attending university to be a professional dancer, choreography has been a huge part of her dance career thus far, which has lead her to receive many choreography awards at competitions and virtual festivals worldwide. Other accomplishments that her students have won consist of placing 8th overall in the IDO World Championships, many overall/special awards, invitations to attend The View Challenge’s Greece Intensive, 12 and under Top Soloist, and far more. Beyond choreography, Africa is a very creative dance educator and believes that any student is capable of accomplishing anything they put their mind to, and encourages them to always follow their passion.
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