Hip Hop History Week: Hip Hop Dance Workshop


Living Room

Explore the craft, culture and history of Hip Hop dance with DeAndre Carroll.
This immersive workshop will cover multiple styles and beginner level instruction. Hosted at the Music District as part of Hip Hop History Week.

About DeAndré:
DeAndré Carroll is a choreographer, teacher, and performer specializing in dances of the African diaspora including West African, Afro-Caribbean, and American street and club forms. He served as an assistant director, dancer, soloist, and contributing choreographer with the award-winning Harambee African Dance Ensemble of CU-Boulder for 6 years. DeAndré has also been a dance soloist with C+C Music Factory, a guest artist with the Boulder Colorado Hip Hop Festival, and taught collaborative workshops for the Colorado Dance Festival with the Philadelphia based Hiphop Company Rennie Harris Pure Movement and The African American Dance ensemble. He has also been a regular instructor at local dance schools including Cleo Parker-Robinson Dance, Motion Underground, Streetside Dance Studios, and The BBoy Factory. He is currently the director of The FunKinetic Project which produces the annual Disciples of Funk Dance Festival. He is currently a member of Rennie Harris Grassroots a dance company performing various street and club styles.