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Our Instructors

Anil Dandge
Master Anil Dandge is an experienced dance tutor and choreographer from the Bollywood industry in Mumbai. He is also the former director of Cinecyklone (India) with more than 18 years of experience in bollywood dance, working as a choreographer, assistant choreographer and dancer in hit bollywood movies with top actors and actresses. Adding on, he has experience in working with eminent dance choreographers in India and institutes such as Gold’s Gym and True Fitness. With a vast experience of teaching 12000 students in India and participating in projects in South East Asian countries, he has also contributed his expertise in Singapore based projects such as the N.U.S. Annual Event “Jashan”, “Vishu” 2011(organized by Indian Cultural Association, Singapore), in Global Indian International School and a charity show with the Singapore Symphony Orchestra. Currently, Master Anil Dandge has stepped up to bring the colours and vibrancy of Bollywood to Singapore through his own dance studio –Dancebollywood International Pte. Ltd.

Mackey has been dancing for 7 years and have learnt different kinds of dance techniques. He first started out dancing Hip hop in secondary school, at the age of 15 (doing School performances & Talentimes) when he was inspired by celebrities’ MTV Dance including Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, Aaliyah and Britney Spears. He has been in dance crews such as Lush, Sick, One Crew, 5678, Pink Dollar$ Crew, Spice Boyz and currently in Blonde Voyage. He has competed in several dance competitions, in total of over 20 competitions since 2006. Recently he has just won 1st place representing Singapore for Code Edge Asia 2010 Dance Competition with SPICE BOYZ. Styles that he are into includes Hip Hop, Jazz Funk, Reggae, Vogueing and Contemporary.

Yifan started dancing at 21 in NUS for various hall and faculty events. A self-taught dancer, he has choreographed many routines for campus events, Dinner and dance, Jam and Hop, as well as tertiary competitions like Funkamania and Zaam. He was teaching dance in KEVII Hall NUS and was the dance head for year of 2000. He joined NUS Dance Blast! subsequently in 2002 and trained under Mr Patrick Loo for 6 years.