Contemporary - Fyffe
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Award winning choreographer Jasmyn Fyffe is described as “Alvin Ailey meets street dancer,” (Allan Ferguson -- Director: Nelly Furtado Music Video). Her work is created within a movement style that is an eclectic blend of her versatile training background while maintaining a strong contemporary foundation. “She’s a young artist whose body of work is developing in a style all her own.” (Sway magazine -- Anya Wassenberg). She founded her company Jasmyn Fyffe Dance in Sept 2007 “Some of the best dancers in Toronto” (Fashion Studio 7- Al Mon) and they have produced two successful season shows with Dance Works CoWorks in 2010 and 2012. They recently received rave reviews for Fyffe’s 35 minute work “Pulse” which premiered at the Montreal Fringe Festival 2013, marking her third company production. In Montreal, Fyffe was the recipient of the 2013 Frankie Award for most outstanding choreography/choreographer for “Pulse.” She has created 11 dance works on her company and has co-created four works with other local choreographers throughout the span of her career and has presented work in Montreal, New York, Guelph, Atlanta and her hometown Toronto. Jasmyn has been teaching dance to youth and adults at varying levels for the past 9 years. Over the past three years specifically she has been guest teaching at many studios and schools throughout the GTA, and she is on the faculty at City Dance Corps and Scholarship Dance Program Toronto. She has worked at East York Collegiate, David Suzuki Secondary School, Oakwood Collegiate, York Memorial and Downsview Secondary to name a few. “Fyffe is an indisputably a talented performer and dancemaker,” Kathleen Smith, The Dance Current