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Wendi Danbrook


Wendi has been involved in the dance and entertainment industry for over 22 years. She has touched a wide range of the performing arts, television, modelling, stage performances, adjudicating as well as owning and operating over 3 successful studios. Wendi started her training at the young age of 4 in Edmonton; and throughout her later years followed her passion for dance to training facilities in New York and Los Angeles studying with some of the most well-known and respected teachers in the dance industry. As a free-lance Choreographer and Creative Director Wendi continues to travel across Canada, the US and Europe and Asia. Recently, Wendi returned from Asia where she choreographed for So You Think You Can Dance Vietnam. As the Director of Entertainment for the 2000 Winter Games and 2002 Alberta Summer Games she choreographed the Opening and Closing Ceremonies. She also choreographed the opening ceremonies for the International Aids Walk and Cancer Walk for Life in 2001. In 2012, she had the honour of working the Special Olympics Gala Fundraiser here in Edmonton with Blake McGrath and Olympian Jamie Sale. She has also produced and choreographed music videos for many local emerging artists such as Jasmine Singh as well as sat on the judging panel and choreographed for the professional CFL Edmonton Eskimos Cheerleading Team. Her work was also broadcast on CNN and major Canadian Broadcasting stations for the 2013 CFL Grey Cup Extravaganza in Toronto. Wendi believes her greatest accomplishments have been the ability to train, mentor and inspire hundreds of students, many of whom are now teachers, choreographers and professional dancers around the world.

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