Locking by Bryan Kang
Private online dance class with Bryan Kang
For: Anyone keen in dance
Duration: 30 mins
We will contact you with a link to the private class, for enquiries contact us at +65 8754 7731
Online Dance Class
In our series of online dance classes, get up close and personal with the instructors via an online video call. Why this is different from our regular dance classes is because you can get to ask questions that caters to you! All our instructors are here to support you, be it questions on techniques for a particular genre of dance or questions about the thought process on how they learn the dance themselves, each and every one of our instructors are happy to share a step by step process into improving your life through dance. Get ready for a brand new experience of experiencing dance like never before, empower yourself through knowledge and the love for the Art.
Be open to the experience, open your hearts and you will see the joy that lies within!
Locking is a dance created in 1970 by Don Campbell, danced to the funk music of that era. Largely based off the actions we would do on a day-to-day basis, Locking comprises of simple, easy-to-learn movements, combined with rhythm, stops, characterisation, even featuring props and acrobatics! A dance that is built on a core of improvisation, Locking is centred around the idea of a Lock, where the Dancer comes to a total halt in movement in the middle of their set. As Don Campbell would say, “Do like me, but be you!”
About Bryan Kang
A Dancer built up with 3 genres under his belt, Bryan combines the strengths of Popping, Locking and Soul Dance in his style of dance. A graduate from SMU Funk Movement, he is an active alumnus within their Alumni Group, choreographing for Patron’s Day 2020. In his experience, Bryan has performed for Team GoGo Brothers in Lockdown 2018, and Nelson in the 16 dans challenge hosted by Esplanade in 2019.
Coaching juniors since his second year, Bryan always carries a feverish enthusiasm in growing the students under his care, regardless of their starting point as dancers.
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