Dante 7 is known and
respected in the LA dance community and throughout the world as a
dancer, teacher, and choreographer.
As a member of Culture
Shock San Diego, Dante was exposed to performing for bigger
audiences and competitions. He began to audition for jobs in Los
Angeles, where he met Tony Award Winning dancer/actor/singer Hinton
Hinton launched Dante's professional dance career after landing him
a job with Debbie Allen and Jasmine Guy. It wasn't long before Dante
made the decision to permanently relocate to LA in order to solidify
his place in the dance world.
As a professional
dancer, Dante worked and toured with some of LA's most well-known
choreographers, who helped him gain invaluable exposure to the dance
world. Choreographer Hi-Hat gave him his first job with Missy
Elliot, and choreographers Rosero & Jamal landed him a job with
Rebbie Jackson. He eventually went on to perform for artists such as
Justin Timberlake, Mary J. Blige, and Will Smith, and later moved on
to dance on the big screen for the movies "You Got Served" and
"Stomp the Yard." Today, he continues to teach weekly hip-hop
classes in LA. He has also traveled, and continues to travel, around
the world to teach & choreograph in countries such as Germany,
Italy, Brazil, and the Czech Republic.