// Strictly Seattle 2018: Adult Beginning Hip Hop Session //

with Jaret Hughes

Adult Beginning Hip Hop Session is for those with little or no previous dance experience. This fun, high-energy track gives participants confidence with Hip Hop moves and rhythms. Dancers develop a new work in collaboration with veteran Hip Hop choreographer Jaret Hughes.

Registration

$525 Early Bird ($650 Regular)
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Class + Rehearsal Schedule

MON–FRI, JUL 9–27
Velocity
 1621 12th Ave
with Jaret Hughes

11:30AM–12:30PM // Beginning Technique Class
12:30PM–2:30PM // Intermediate Rehearsal

Other Important Dates
SAT JUL 21 / 7PM // Participant Showing
FRI JUL 27 + SAT JUL 28 // Performances

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Choreographer

teaching-artist_jaret-hughesJARET HUGHES has over 20 years of dance experience, with Hip Hop being his specialty along with training in Modern, Jazz, Ballet and African. Jaret has over 18 years of choreographing and teaching experience with all ages, including over 15 years at Elizabeth’s Dance Dimensions in Bellevue, Washington. Jaret’s choreography credits include the L.A. Clippers Spirit Dance Team (guest choreographer), Seattle Supersonics Dance Team for five years, founder of 2wisted Elegance from Seattle and LA’s debut of 2wisted Elegance with the help of his good friend Joey Cooper, Modazz Competition Teams at Elizabeth’s Dance Dimensions, co-choreographer and dancer for EVE in LA, and assistant choreographer / assistant Artistic Director for the “Invitation Feedback” video contest submission for Janet Jackson. Jaret Competed on Destination Stardom in Hawaii. Jaret’s performances include: Seattle’s Kube 93’s Summer Jam for three years with Twisted Elegance, which included sharing the main stage with artists such as Destiny’s Child, Ginuwine, Busta Rhymes, Blackstreet, Naughty By Nature, and many more; various Hip Hop shows throughout Seattle including Daniel Cruz’s Battle of Seattle Remix 3 and 4 and, most recently while living in LA for two and a half years, performances with Breed OCLA for numerous dance competitions and guest performances for the DVD Release Party for Step Up 2: The Streets. Jaret has shared his choreography expertise with various high school and college dance teams throughout Washington, California, and Idaho.