Monyett Crump first discovered his love for dance at the age of 15 after being inspired by dance icons such as Michael Jackson and the Jabbawockeez.
Since then, he has trained in Hip Hop with some of the finest instructors and professional dance studios all over the country. Monyett has had the honor of working with artists such as Jennifer Hudson, Ciara, Chance the Rapper, DLOW, Ian Eastwood and ImmaBeast, a world-renowned urban movement company.
He continues to share his passion for dance around the world and hopes to promote hard work and commitment to aspiring dancers.
Cole Nordbrock started dancing in 2010 at the age of 11. Cole was introduced to dance through his sister Carlie Nordbrock when taking him to his first Master #HipHop class at Pro Dance Elite (Algonquin, IL).
From that day forward, Cole Nordbrock knew he had found his love for dance. 6 years later with intense training Cole is now the current 2015 Hall of Fame National Senior Solo Champion at 16 years old.
Cole was also a principle dancer for one of the closing performance numbers in the 2015 McDonald’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in downtown Chicago. He was also seen back up dancing for YouTube sensation,Elliot Dvorin, with over 200,000 hits for his Hanukkah Flash Mob. Cole was also blessed with more opportunities next to Elliot with an appearance dancing on FOX 32 and AGT.
He continues to train under people like Nicki Niemet and Chris Zarate, Ian Eastwood, and many more as they have acted mentors, teaching and encouraging him every step of the way. Cole plans on expanding his training and is excited to share his gifts with the world.
Alex Salgado commenced his dance career at the age of 15 with Carl Schurz High School’s dance ensemble. During his high school education, Alex founded and directed the LGBT Dance Company, which created a community for youth to dance and perform.
Alex has trained under the direction of Miguel Antonio, Kris Rhodes, Lee Daniel, Domé Lorusso, DionnaPridgeon, and Gary Beuford. Throughout his professional career, Alex has danced for two Chicago based hip-hop companies, CODA and The Puzzle League. He held the position of “work-study” at The Lab and instructed Jazz Funk classes at the studio.
Furthermore, Alex had the experience to perform at the MTV 3 Viva Chicago in Grant Park, as well as the 103.5 Kiss FM Summer Bash at the All State Arena. Alex has worked as a youth dance instructor for the Forward Movement Chicago, directed by Pierre Lockett.
Currently, Alex is continuing his professional dance career while instructing dance education to youth and adults in the Midwest.