Music in Motion Dance Company works with a variety of choreographers from Virginia and out of state to bring a diverse and challenging experience to their company dancers. Our works introduce the dancers to a variety of styles from contemporary ballet to Afro-Caribbean. On top of learning technique and poise our dancers are learning compassion and community. The company also provides its dancers various conventions and workshop opportunities to work with professional dancers in the field to hone their skills and take their dancing to the next level. The company is always looking for those who can be partners with us and our passion for dance and the community!
Bryant Anderson is a Hip-Hop dancer/choreographer who's personal "quick-smooth" style is influenced by his start as a competitive freestyler. He has traveled to study under today's leading choreographers and has opened for artists Brandi, Kelly Rowland, Bobby V and Young Jeezy.
"I want to make dance look the way music sounds."
Sheena Jeffers is a choreographer and dancer from Richmond, Virginia. She is currently the Arts Integration Director for Young Audiences - Arts for Learning Virginia and the outreach director for Todd Rosenlieb Dance. She is a dance adjunct professor for Old Dominion University and Tidewater Community College and on the teaching staff with the Governors School for the Arts. Sheena works closely with the community to bring arts programming to underserved populations. Sheena teaches modern, ballet, classic and contemporary jazz, tap and yoga.
Jessica Keesler is a Music in Motion Dance Company Alumni and has choreographed for the company since 2014. She has Bachelor of Arts in Dance Education from Old Dominion University. Jessica’s favorite style to choreograph is Contemporary Jazz and she has a talent for working with elementary age dancers.
Sasha Deveaux (Comissiong) is a New York City choreographer who has relocated to Milwaukee. She holds an MFA in choreography from SUNY Purchase and an MA in Dance, History, Culture and Practices from the University of Surrey at Guildford, UK. She believes dance is a healing balm. It's resin sticks to the soul to spread understanding, illuminate beautiful cultural differences and emancipate human values.