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Students are given the chance to learn various styles and experience all areas of dance in a positive learning environment.
In addition, students are encouraged to explore their creativity and enthusiasm for dance and performance.
This training included hip-hop choreography taught by Shane Sparks, samba choreography taught by Mary Murphy with assistance from season 1 contestant Artem Chigvinsev, a contemporary routine taught by Mia Michaels, and training from Brian Friedman, who described his choreography as a fusion of jazz and hip-hop.
Ivan Koumaev hails from Russia, coming to the US at the ripe age of 8 years old.
Schwimmer almost did not make the show's top 20 — he was officially first runner-up dancer in case any of the male dancers ran into unforeseen difficulties prior to the start of filming. Schwimmer took his spot in the Top 20 and fared well from the start, garnering consistent praise from the judges and votes from viewers.
As it happened, for the second year in a row, Hokuto Konishi was unable to get his visa cleared to work in the U. Schwimmer and fellow grand finalist Donyelle Jones, who were paired as a couple from the first performance episode, became the first contestants in the show's run to never face elimination from being in the bottom six or bottom 4 dancers.
•MARISSA HERRERA• We are so excited for this talented artist to be a part of our #ontheverge workshop this summer!
He began dancing at age 13 in Seattle, WA where he immediately fell in love with the art.
He quickly transformed from student to contributing member of the community, and one of the leaders of Team Boogiezone Breed - Seattle.
At age 16, Ivan moved to Los Angeles, CA to pursue dance as a career where he remained an integral part of Team Boogiezone - OC.
JIvan Koumaev hails from Russia, coming to the US at the ripe age of 8 years old.Auditions were held in New York City; Los Angeles; Chicago; and Charleston, South Carolina.