Elite Dancers

What is an Elite Dancer?

The Elite Dancer Program was developed to help encourage a working relationship between highly sought-after professional dancers and students interested in pursuing dance as an adult. Some perks of being an Elite Dancer are:
o Opportunity to assist Faculty at select Excel in Motion Dance Conventions
o Work one on one with Faculty to learn combinations before classes
o Take discounted convention classes when not assisting
o Elite Dancers are featured on the Excel in Motion Website
o Develop a network with professionals in the industry
o Have the chance to travel and assist on the Nation-wide tour

How Do I Become an Elite Dancer?

By competing at Excel in Motion’s dance competition, or Elite Performance Challenge’s dance competition, you have the chance to become an Elite Dancer and assist Master Teachers. The top 3 Junior and Senior Soloists from each EPC and Excel regional competition are extended an invitation to become an Elite Dancer. In order to qualify for the program students must be at least 13 years of age, earn an Elite Platinum ranking, and must compete in a group dance (small group or larger) that is affiliated with a studio.

Visit Elite Performance Challenge for details on the 2023 season where you can compete to qualify as an Elite Dancer, or contact us at (508)647-1000 or info@excelinmotion.com for more information!

Elite Dancers

Allie Besing
Allison Falotico
Allyson Good
Amanda Healey
Andrea Georgenes
Anna Kate Henson
Anna Richards
Bella Gonzales
Caianne Brugger
Caroline Clark
Emerson Meyers
Hannah Bender
Isabella Kunsch
Jalon Blackwell
Jasmine Teng
Juliette Marzo
Lance Lemon
Lauren Baker
Lauren DelPrete
Libby Windley
Madison Oh
Miranda Powell
Molly Pizzuta
Nicole Lamprinos
NyAshia Gooden Clarke
Olivia Bartlett
Olivia Jarrell
Peyton Engstrom
Peyton Hikade
Rachel Burke
Riley Hess
Riley LeBlanc
Shayla Crosby
Sloane Rosen
Sofia Pargas
Sophie Gonzales
Zoey Gaudet