SYNERGIA DANCE PROJECT
Artistic Director & Choreographer
Nadine has been dancing nearly her entire life, and opened a successful dance studio in 2011 where she met the dancers who would become Synergia Dance Project. Having choreographed hundreds of pieces, in several styles of dance and movement, and with experience directing dance videos and choreographing for music videos, she is excited to bring her passionate artistic vision and creative development skills to Synergia Dance Project.
Haley trained in classical ballet and modern dance through Ballet Arts of Minnesota, Baton Rouge Ballet Theatre, Louisiana State University, and Troy Dance Factory. Dance is her first love and she is so excited to learn, grow, and explore new facets of the art form.
Dellon’s roots lay in parkour and breakdancing. Through movement he sought freedom. Seeking to go beyond his limits, he’s explored other styles. From this exploration he discovered that we are limitless.
Dance has been a huge influence and creative outlet in her life. She started practicing ballet, tap, & jazz around age 5. Through the years she’s explored other areas including high kick, lyrical, and hip-hop, but always returns to her ballet roots.
Olga N. Bogdanova is a professionally trained dancer and performer who started her ballet training at the age of four with an internationally acclaimed ballet troupe in Russia. She later expanded her dancing skills to include modern, contemporary, jazz, Russian and Irish folk, Latin and European competitive ballroom, and Argentine tango. Olga has toured with professional dance companies all over the world, and is extremely excited to continue her growth as a dancer.
Kelly started dancing at the age of 8 after a back injury stopped her from doing gymnastic. She went from Ballet to Modern Jazz to Hip Hop to contemporary and, through all these different styles, fell more and more in love with dancing.
Kat has been dancing since she was 7 years old, training in tap, jazz, ballet, swing, salsa, modern, and hip hop. She finds immense joy from the emotional connection that forms between the dancers, the music, and the people.
Amanda was 3 years old when she began dancing with the Parks and Recreation department in her hometown. She was exclusively a ballet dancer until graduating high school, when she discovered contemporary and modern dance and fell in love with the freedom of movement and capacity for expression.