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Red Bull BC One Camp: Workshops & Lectures - Friday at The Secret Group

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Red Bull BC One Camp: Workshops & Lectures - Friday at The Secret Group

5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
WORKSHOP: DANCING ON THE WORLD STAGE
World of Dance champs and Beyonce tour dancers, brothers Les Twins, share what has brought them to the top of the game.
Lead by Les Twins
Level: Intermediate to Advanced
Rising from the streets of Paris to the biggest stages in the world, brothers Larry and Laurent Bourgeois, aka Les Twins, are the personification of success in dance. Join them as they show what it takes to separate yourself from the pack, develop your style, and work your way to the top.

5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
WORKSHOP: KEEP IT POPPING
Learn more about different styles of Popping from some of the best competitors.
Lead by Angyil + Dassy
Level: Beginner
Popping from street, to cypher, to choreo. A look inside the different substyles from Animation to Boogaloo. Plus how to improve freestyle & musicality skills to stand out.

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
PANEL: CULTURE & COMMUNITY
Dance's ability to be a force in social impact.
with Crazy Legs, Blacka Di Danca, & Marlon Marley Havikoro
Level: All
Crazy Legs helped develop break dancing when hip-hop was just being created in the streets of New York and would go on to become one of the most famous b-boys of all time. Blacka Di Danca brought the moves that powered the dancehalls of the Caribbean to a worldwide stage through his choreography and instruction. B-boy Marlon Lizama co-founded the Havikoro crew, who would use break dancing to be ambassadors for U.S. culture around the world. But beyond their success and recognition, they all found ways to take what they did and ensure it helped the communities they came from, creating their own models for social impact. These four discuss how they did it, why its important, and how to get involved as a source of positive change.