Corevette Dance, established Summer 2015, is a collective power of ambitious females with intentions of reviving the human spirit through performance art and workshops. We thrive off the freedom of movement and are fueled by the ever lasting energy dance presents the body. Our individual uniqueness fuse together with the divine power of the female to create one superorganism whose goal is to unlock the creative being inside all of us. This one-of-a-kind girl crew is comprised of Miranda Palacio, Alex Mclaughlin, Marissa Grund and Emily Long. Collectively our training covers jazz, improv, hip hop, jazz funk, animation, ballet, contemporary, aerobics and gymnastics. We are able to formulate choreography and organize classes for all walks of life and every ability of dance. We have been asked to perform and choreograph for various musicians, fashion shows, art exhibitions, business/private events, variety shows and music festivals around The Gem State and beyond. We are Corevette Dance, it’s a pleasure to meet you.
Corevette’s Summer 2016
Throughout the month of June Corevette participated in the first round of movement/fitness classes at at Jack’s Urban Meeting Place (JUMP) for beginning and intermediate levels. They completed a four-part hip-hop dance class every Tuesday in the beautiful new Movement Studio.
Corevette Dance just completed their Disco Summer Festival Tour in which they taught Guided Movement Exploration (an improvisational class), Groove Down (a high-energy, aerobic dance class), performed choreographed sets and stage danced alongside artists also booked at the festival. Between the months of June and July Corevette Dance attended What The Festival, Pirate Party, Konnexion Music Festival , Lost River Disco and Electric Love Music Festival every weekend. At What The Festival Corevette was asked to participate in the Movement Instructor Showcase where they debuted their latest hip-hop, contemporary, jazz funk fusion set. Corevette was also offered the opportunity to perform alongside Soohan and Troyboi during their sets at Pirate Party. They were asked to participate in the inaugural Lost River Disco-a community arts gathering- out of Sun Valley at Idaho Basecamp. Lastly they wrapped up their summer tour by returning to Canada and participating in the Electric Love Music Festival hosted by Electric Love Music Label.
Corevette performs with Troyboi at Pirate Party
In August Corevette will be represented via Miranda Palacio and Alex McLaughlin at 28th Street Barre & Soul for Jazz Funk Takeover a dance class geared for beginners and intermediate movers looking for an introduction in learning choreography and connecting to their body.
Corevette’s Spring 2016
Corevette kicked off spring by participating in their third Treefort Music Festival. They performed a hip-hop set at The Reef Boise for the Earthlings Entertainment set, danced alongside Psycache and Dj Drez at The Rose Room, and showcased their various routines during the Street Performance Showcases throughout the weekend. Corevette was also able to participate for Yogafort assisting Celeste Bolin during her Power Party Sculpt class, as well as perform in between classes throughout the day.
Corevette continued their spring by debuting a jazz funk, contemporary fusion set at their fourth Shades of Black at Boise State University alongside other musicians, dancers an poets. This performances aligns with their mission statement as it promotes diversity and storytelling through performance art.
Corevette also wrapped up spring by completing a season with Red Light Variety Show presents Beyond Wonderland. This Show lasted all April and was comprised of comedy, singing, burlesque, aerial and hoop arts at the Visual Arts Collective. In addition to over 20 performances, Corevette also completed their teaching season at the various dance studios throughout the Treasure Valley.
Corevette’s Summer 2015
After coming together in June of 2015 Corevette immediately set off on bringing dance to their community. They organized a Music Video Camp which exposed girls 13-16 about the process of learning, rehearsing and recording a dance/music video. They also taught a handful of jazz, hip-hop, contemporary and improv summer classes and workshops. At Shambhala Music Festival 2015 they were asked to perform choreography during Fresh Kils live MPC set at the hip-hop showcase at The Village stage. Corevette completed their debut summer together by dancing in the Raw Artist Showcase at The Powerhouse alongside other artists and performers of all mediums.
Corevette Dance performing alongside Fresh Kils at Shambhala Music Festival 2015