1 year ago

21 August, 2016

Mad Dance House

Organised by:
UQ Street Groove Hip Hop Urban Dance Society

Teacher: Matty B
Dance Style: Hip Hop Choreography

Location: Mad Dance House (2/43 Adelaide St, Brisbane City)
Date: Sunday 21/8/16
Time: 3:00pm – 4:00pm
Dress Code: Something you can comfortably dance in!

Matty B is back in full health and ready to get your bodies pumping to his unique style! Your performances last week for Wanida’s class were rocking, so let’s bring that energy this Sunday!! Join us as Matty B breaks out his signature hip hop choreography and gets us grooving to his favourite tunes. His classes are targeted at both beginners and experienced dancers alike, so don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to learn from one of the best. Returning members may remember him for his fun and energetic commercial hip hop and locking classes and of course that contagious enthusiasm. We look forward to seeing you all there!

Make sure to bring along your UQ Street Groove membership card to show to our executive members at the studio and don’t forget water or a towel to beat the heat!

Don’t forget you can still sign up for membership at the door! Most buses to the city will get you to the studio.

Last class’s song!

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======| WHO IS MATTY B |======
Matty B is a passionate believer in hip hop dance here in Brisbane and has been teaching Street Groove classes since 2011. His teaching career spans over 20 years and has seen him choreograph for award-winning crews and at leading dance studios including Raw Studios and Elements Collective. Matty B is known for his abstract dance style that mixes urban-street born styles such as hip-hop, popping, locking, break dance, krump and house, launching trademark moves, and making people say….“DO THAT AGAIN!?”

Matty B also has his own YouTube channel, go check him out:

======| DANCING FOR A CAUSE |======
Matty B is one of the driving forces behind Project M. It is his mission to raise funds for young artists (singers, actors, musicians and dancers) via dance and clothing to support and sponsor individuals and communities in The Philippines to build careers around their passions. It’s about a Hand UP not a hand out!

If you would like to show your support, check out their Facebook page or buy a Project M shirt during class. He’ll be heading over to the Philippines in September to distribute funds!