1 Dec 2023, Fri, 7pm & 9pm
2 Dec 2023, Sat, 7pm & 9pm
3 Dec 2023, Sun, 7pm & 8.30pm
DBS Foundation Outdoor Theatre at Esplanade
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Get ready to turn up the heat as our homegrown street dance choreographers make their debut at the FL/OW weekend celebrating diverse facets of street dance! Look forward to a fresh edition of 22.214.171.124, a collaboration between Esplanade and O School where emerging choreographers and crews are encouraged to create a new work or reimagine a recent choreography for the DBS Foundation Outdoor Theatre at Esplanade.
Under the direction of O School’s SIX.5 Dance Company, you can expect three exciting evenings with different line-ups from the talents of our local street dance community in this edition of 126.96.36.199.
3 Dec, Sun
Jordan x Yeqi, Jeremy Tan, Haikal Razali & NOOOICE! FAM
188.8.131.52 is part of da:ns focus – FL/OW (The FULL OUT Weekend), which invites you to celebrate the diverse facets of street dance and its culture over three days of exciting performances, workshops, battles and parties! Having grown from its humble beginnings as FULL OUT! street dance showcase in 2019, you won’t want to miss this jam-packed weekend with high-energy showcases and experimental works by world-renowned dance crews, emerging and seasoned local choreographers, all demonstrating what street dance can be beyond the conventional.
Alton x Terrence
Driven by a shared passion for creativity, Alton and Terrence fuse diverse dance styles to create innovative art. Trained by notable mentors across disciplines, their dynamic artistry shines in acclaimed competitions like Super 24, Seacon Street International Challenge, and The Phaze International. As members of dance crew bonsai since 2018, Alton and Terrence continue to refine their craft, collaboratively blending their styles and eccentric minds to push choreographic boundaries.
Co-choreographer of LOAH dance crew and current instructor at O School, Amira began dancing at 13. Having been mentored under established instructors and crews, Amira’s style is a culmination of hip hop, street jazz, house, popping, and open style choreography. Amira is constantly cultivating her own genuine, unique identity as a creative, and seeks to refine her creative processes to better bring forth her stories and artistic vision.
Distinguished by his dynamic and swag-infused choreography, Bobby Prayogi stands out as a versatile and determined artist. Having evolved his own style over a decade, Bobby has led the acclaimed STNY Brothers crew to both local and global stages like BodyRock Asia, ASEAN Alpha Dance Competition, and Lion City Dance Convention. Bobby’s impactful coaching spans schools and nations, driven by his belief in experience as the ultimate teacher and his aspiration to inspire future generations.
Chris started his dance journey in 2010, exploring diverse styles while engaging in numerous productions, performances, and contests. His deep fascination with locking emerged in 2014, fuelling his passion for dance propelling him to pursue training overseas with acclaimed instructors. An active competitor in local and global stages, Chris envisions dance as a connecting platform, and aims to spread the joy of locking to others, emphasising shared connection and personal expression.
Haikal Razali, an O School instructor and mentor at ITE College West and Temasek Secondary School, is the innovative founder of BLVCKARMY, a Singaporean dance crew. Beginning his journey at 15, he has trained in the styles of hip hop, popping, contemporary, and more, fusing styles for a unique approach. Haikal’s accolades span local contests and international workshops, including being crowned 2nd-runner up at Super 24 ASEAN 2019. Notably, he recently led a pop-up workshop at Korea's prestigious Just Jerk studio.
HRCY (pronounced as Hierarchy) is a contemporary group dedicated to growth and evolution. Formed at the end of 2022, HRCY consists of dancers from different backgrounds, coming together and fusing their individual unique strengths to push the boundaries of contemporary dance. Having placed 2nd-runner up in the recent Super 24 2023, HRCY continues to learn from their failures and successes, growing from these experiences and adapting them into their art form.
Jeremy started his dance journey by performing at local cultural events at the age of 13. Guided by mentors like Wrecking Crew Orchestra, Legion X, and Soul Brother, he has amassed a global dance palette. Representing Singapore internationally to compete in numerous dance competitions, conducting masterclasses and judging for dance events, Jeremy’s experience spans many countries across Asia, Europe, and USA. Jeremy now leads Artistate, orchestrating dance programmes and classes while instructing all ages.
Jordan x Yeqi
Each with a decade of experience in dance, Jordan and Yeqi are instructors in STEP Studio. Under the mentorship of Step and Deo, Jordan and Yeqi are fundamentally trained in both contemporary and hip hop, and are constantly uncovering their individual styles while also adapting and evolving through collaborations. With the STEP Youth Crew, they have graced many local and international competitions, such as the FINALS 2023 International Competition in Germany, where they were crowned Champion.
Introduced in 2022, NOOOICE! FAM is an expansion of the original Noooice! crew. Known for their vibrant energy and camaraderie, NOOOICE! FAM strives for excellence, achieving 2nd-runner up in both Lion City Dance Convention 2022, and RE:MIX 2022. Their motto, - “"More Than Movement”", - signifies a holistic approach to dance, driving community service alongside competitions and performances. , and Tthey are committed to growing as a unified force, fostering inspiration and positive influence throughout their journey.
Guided by the creative vision of choreographers Pam, Xavier, and Yandy, PROXIMITY is a convergence of diverse talents. Standing united by the values of teamwork, hard work, and heart work, PROXIMITY participated in Super 24 2023, where they emerged as Finalists. Featuring their signature blend of powerful yet sensual movements executed with precision, PROXIMITY aims to refine their performance further beyond the Super 24 stage.
Sherlayne’s dance journey began at age four, embracing Latin American ballroom, ballet, jazz, hip hop, and contemporary. Fusing different dance styles to make it her own, Sherlayne has garnered several achievements as a dancer, having worked with Shopee and Universal Music, and recently co-choreographed a Latin-fusion team for Super 24 2023. Sherlayne currently teaches girls’ style and street jazz classes at O School, and looks forward to sharing her craft and creating more dance pieces for the larger community.
Syamir x Madhu
With nearly a decade in dance, Syamir's fusion of genres—dancehall, waacking, street jazz—defines his style. A mentor impacting dancers through expressive choreography, Syamir aims to captivate the audience through his pieces.
Madhu's dance journey spans Malay and Indian dance, hip hop and dancehall. Music-driven and expressive, she has danced for local artists and has worked with renowned local director Royston Tan. Crowned Wonju Dynamic Dancing Carnival 2019 champion, she now teaches dancehall at O School and leads intensives in Jakarta.
SIX.5 Dance Company
Inspired by the country code of Singapore (+65), SIX.5 (pronounced as six-point-five) Dance Company was founded in 2016. Aiming to create and produce works that reflect the Singapore narrative, SIX.5 presents them in an artistic and entertaining manner. It has also organised projects such as 184.108.40.206 since 2021 to encourage emerging choreographers to develop their creative abilities. SIX.5 hopes to bridge the arts with Singapore society, by making art accessible to anyone.
O School is a performing arts centre, established as a social enterprise in 2006 under the purview of MCCY with Institution of A Public Character (IPC) status effective from 21 November 2016.
O School aims to identify and develop youth dance talents and help grow the Singapore dance market, in order to help these talents build sustainable careers. To this end, O School has consistently developed various dance curriculums, coached institutional dance teams, as well as produced national and international events. In addition, O School also believes in developing the arts scene in Singapore by creating events to develop and showcase talents. O School has been actively creating avenues for dance enthusiasts to showcase their skills and techniques.
1 Dec 2023, Fri
Alton x Terrence, Syamir x Madhu, Bobby & PROXIMITY
2 Dec 2023, Sat
Christopher Jesse, Amira, Sherlayne Loo & HRCY
3 Dec 2023, Sun
Jordan x Yeqi, Jeremy Tan, Haikal Razali & NOOOICE! FAM
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