Brandi Rofè was born in Chicago, IL. She was raised in Los Angeles and Orange County, Ca area. As a teenager Brandi attended the Orange County School of the Arts in the dance department. Later she joined with a Talent Agency called Bobby Ball and the Block where she began her professional career as a dancer. Brandi worked with various choreographers such as Kenny Ortega, Fatima Robinson, and Swoop. She danced with artists such as Michael Jackson, Will Smith, R Kelly, Selena, European Artist Peter Andre, Backstreet Boys, No Doubt, Mary J. Blidge, Shaggy, Maya, 702, Ginuwine, and Donel Jones. Brandi has also been in a commercial and danced on Holland America Cruise Line as a Singer/ Dancer. In 2008, she was accepted into the Contemporary dance program at Columbia College Chicago. While at Columbia she studied Contemporary dance form under Margi Cole, Carrie Hansen, Darell Jones, Pam McNeil, Gesel Mason, Liz Buritt, Krenly Guzman, and Natalie Rast, with the minor of Marketing and Public Relations. She performed pieces by Pam McNeil and taken master classes with Dance Company BeBe Miller, Together Higher, The Dance COLEctive, and Noism. At Columbia College, she choreographed her own dance piece called “Reflection”, “Difference Between”, and “Collection of touch” for the student performances. She also began student teaching with Dardi McGinley and teacher assistant with Keesha Beckford. Upon graduation, Brandi taught dance at the Turning Point Dance Company in Lockport, Illinois teaching dance from ages 5-adult, also developed a dance program at the Santa Fe Springs, Ca recreational Park district teaching dance from ages 2-16 years. Brandi has judged in dance competitions in North Dakota, which later started marketing and promoting her own business teaching private lessons in the Brooklyn, NY area.
Sashawna has variety of technical training from classical ballet, tap, and jazz, to modern styles in Graham and Horton technique, hip-hop, and Afro-Caribbean styles. With a concentration in ballet studying at The Academy of Ballet Florida and graduating from Dreyfoos School of the Arts in West Palm Beach, FL and performing for The Center for Contemporary Dance in Winter Park, FL.
Nazar discovers dance from an early age and he followed a complete formation in Hip hop in Paris. He found his way between an old school, funk style and his pronounced taste for the clubbing and battles will lead him to specialize in House dance and Hip-Hop freestyle. Its enthusiasm for foundations and its encounters with pioneers (Elite Force and Dance Fusion) reinforce its journey. He was so passioned, talented and pedagogue that he began to give classes at a young age.
In choreography, he progresses within 'Elolonguè' and 'Coeur à vif' companies and participates in many shows such as 'Gumboots’. In 2015, Nazar begins to collaborate with the video game 'Just dance' as an interpreter dancer. Plus, he won a lot of contests in choreography and battles (1VS1 and 2VS2) including the prestigious 'Quality Street Finest' (out of 28 companies) with Mounia.
Today, he continues to teach House dance at LAXStudio in Paris and to dance for many artists : Maître Gims, Vitaa, Lartiste, Slimane and lately in Las Vegas for Dave Scott and in Los Angeles for the Janet Jackson Carnival Lifetime Achievement for the Travis Payne Piece. He continues to give some workshops worldwide and prove his skills in many battles such as Summer Dance forever (the most famous 1VS1 contest in the world) arriving up finals (Top 3 finalists). He has worked for publicities such as “La Poste” directed by Dave Meyers and he also choreographed the “Sarounette Show” and more recently the “Antidote” Piece.