Kei’s Profile

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Kei Tsuruharatani(Contact: kei727@mac.com )

Asian 5’8″ 147lbs
Certificate in Choreographic Studies and Dance Technique (Glendale Community College, CA)

Objective:
To be a dancer that facinates people.

THEATRE:
The Metropolitan Opera “NIXON IN CHINA” – Dancer
Tania Perez Salas 2010 Mexico City & US tour – Dancer
Les Ballets Grandiva 2010 Asian Tour – Dancer (female and male parts)
Broadway Musical Tryout “Trip of Love”- Swing
Disney Musical “Aida”- Ensemble
Tani Toshimi’s Dinner Show “Shansonia” –Dancer
Mino Spa Garden Show – Dancer
Toshimi Tani’s Summer Dinner Show – Dancer
Free Way Dance Studio Live – Dancer, Choreographer
Free Way Dance Studio Teacher’s Exhibition – Dancer
Hip Hop Showcase – Dancer
Dance Attack, Hip Hop Competition – Specil Prize Winner
Toshimi Tani’s Christmas Dinner Show – Dancer
Phanatics Spring Dance Showcase – Dancer, Choreographer
Anything Goes, the Musical – Sailor#3 (Tenor 2), Dancer
Glendale College Performing Arts Variety Show – Dancer
Glendale College Fall Dance Production – Dancer, Choreograper
Romeo and Juliet, the Play – Dancing Romeo
“A Night in Malibu Showcase” – Dancer

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Dance Training:
-Ballet
Toshimi Tani – Free Way Dance Studio (Osaka, Japan)
Namba Mizue
Graciela Kozak
Dora Krannig – Glendale Community College( CA, the US)
Rei Aoo – Edge Performing Arts Center (CA, the US)

-Modern
Takehiro Ueyama
Jill Echo
Kristina Berger

-Jazz
Toshimi Tani – Free Way Dance Studio
Claude Thompson – Hama’s Dance Center (CA, the US)
Terri Best – the Edge Performing Arts Center
Malaya – the Edge Performing Arts Center
Adam Parson – the Edge Performing Arts Center
Barbara Erfurt – Glendale Community College

-Jazz Funk
Toshimi Tani – Free Way Dance Studio

-Partnering
Rod McCune, James Walski, Lorna Ventura, JoAnn Hunter

Voice Training:
Kacy McCormic (IN, the US)
Janel Baker (IN, the US)
Akira Shima (Osaka, Japan)
Mineko Akamatsu (Osaka, Japan)

Special Skills:
Taught kids ballet, Tap, Classically trained 2nd Tenor, Fluent in Japanese and English, Track, Baseball, Basketball, Japanese Cuisine, Friendly, Outgoing, Flexible, Works well with others, Great with children.

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