How old are you? Does it really matter? Not in our family!
Forever young 30+ is meant for people in all ages who love to dance. To start dancing or continue the study is never too late. This group is cool and safe place to try all different styles in bes team possible! In addition to new style every week with Jene, you will get a active warm up in the beginning and calm down in the end with Margarita.
We welcome you!
For 20 years, Jene’ has been making his mark on dance, from Hawaii to Houston to as far as Estonia. At age 18, He started dancing professionally in Hawaii and has made a career of it ever since. He got his start in Houston by dancing for the Houston Comets in 1998 and The Rockets, and worked there for three years. He has danced and worked with several artists, such as Destiny’s Child, Brian McKnight, Pink, Brandy and Angelina, choreographed for numerous local artists, and has been on the big and small screen. His television credits include MTV’s The Grind, National Body Challenge on The Discovery Channel, VH1′s Too Legit, The MC Hammer Story, and 2006 season of So you think you can Dance. In 2008, he made his video debut in Europe with DJ Ella and her video “Take Me to Another World,” and just recently choreographed the OlleSummer concert for Island/DefJam recording artist Kerli.
His big screen accomplishment came in 2001 as an extra in the movie Pearl Harbor starring Ben Affleck, Alec Baldwin, and Cuba Gooding Jr.
Jene’ is no stranger to the stage either, having done big productions of Oklahoma, The Pajama Game, Showboat, Over Here, West Side Story and Guys and Dolls. As Co-owner of Dance Force Productions from 1999-2004 he developed his style of dancing by incorporating hip hop with other styles and performing all styles of dance including salsa, swing, tribal, jazz, cabaret, and country/western. In 2003 he performed for the Broadway cast of Chicago and a year later produced his own cabaret show here in Houston called, The Best Little Cabaret Show.
Jene’ has taught with and has learned from the best in the business, Marty Kudelka, Fusion and Havic, Gustavo Vargas, and Dave Scott, choreographer for You Got Served. His ability to not just teach hip hop but to feel its energy, is greatly appreciated by hundreds of students, young and old, and hopes it will continue in Estonia.