Teachers

Michael Joseph

Advanced Contemporary

Michael trained at Rambert School of Ballet & Contemporary Dance and Dance Theatre of Harlem School. He has since then consistently worked as a choreographer, dancer, teacher and digital dance filmmaker – both nationally and internationally. He has choreographed works for a range of companies and his choreographic piece created for Union Dance in 1997 ‘Mass Equilibria in the Sea of Tranquillity’ from Dance Tek Warriors, is now a set piece on the GCSE Dance Syllabus.

He is passionate about teaching dance while incorporating Contemporary Dance, Ballet, Urban Dance styles, Martial Arts and Capoeira into his work.

 

Natalie Rees

Beginner Lyrical/Jazz

Hello, I’m Natalie, a third year Natural Scientist at Magdalene. I have trained in Cecchetti Ballet and ISTD modern, achieving my Intermediate level in both. In the past, I have attended the Cecchetti associates and performed in multiple shows with the Demeric school of Dance and Surrey Youth Ballet. Joining CUTAZZ, taking part in the shows and competing with the contemporary team has been a brilliant and thoroughly rewarding part of my university experience. I look forward to playing some tunes and having a good time dancing with all of you in the Beginner Lyrical/Jazz class!

 

Beth Corker

Intermediate Jazz

Hi I’m Beth, a third year natural scientist at Homerton and this year’s Competitions Officer! I have danced my entire life and been trained in styles such as ballet, tap, jazz, musical theatre and contemporary. I achieved Advanced 1 RAD ballet and intermediate tap. I’ve loved being part of CUTAZZ for the last two years and I’m very excited to be more involved by becoming the intermediate jazz teacher. Hopefully we can have a year full of jumps, turns and lost of fun!!

 

 

Vicki Lampitt

Beginner Tap

Hi, I’m Vicki and I am a third year historian at Homerton College. I have been dancing since the age of three, and have been trained in many styles including ballet, jazz, contemporary and most importantly my favourite style tap! I’ve reached ISTD advanced 2 tap, and have been involved with the nationally recognised Tap Attack Company. Being a part of CUTAZZ the past two years has been a great experience and I look forward to spending my final year in Cambridge doing what I love!

Emma

Intermediate and Advanced Tap

Emma is a qualified dance teacher, with lots of teaching experience and previous professional work – including for TV – in many dance genres. These include cruise ships, pantomimes and west end productions, tap dogs, 42nd Street, Singing In The Rain and many more.

 

Beth Hermaszewska

Intermediate Lyrical

Hi! I’m Beth, a second year HSPS student as St Catharine’s and this year’s Vice President of CUTAZZ. I began dancing when I was 5, achieving my Intermediate Ballet and Advanced 2 Modern and Jazz levels with ARBTA, as well as GCSE Dance. I taught jazz and tap at my dance school as a student teacher which I thoroughly enjoyed. Dance has carried on being a huge part of my life since I started university as I am a member of the competition team this year and have continued to attend classes. I cannot wait to start teaching for CUTAZZ, work together on some creative routines and technique and meet lots of new faces!

 

Sara Ford

Beginner Hip-Hop/Commercial, Inter/Advanced Hip-Hop/Commercial, Advanced Jazz

Sara has been dancing since she was just 5 years old, starting with Ballet classes and then moving on to train in a vast number of styles such as Jazz, Modern, Commercial Street, Contemporary, Lyrical and all Hip Hop Styles. Later on she became an Associate with the IDTA and after teaching locally for a number of years, as well as furthering her training at the renowned Millenium Dance Complex in LA, she opened her own dance school in 2014, 4th Dimension, which runs in Ely, Littleport and Cottenham with over 200 students. Alongside her teaching she trains in London at Pineapple Studios, Studio 68 and Husky Studios.

 

 

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