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ABOUT US

WHO WE ARE & WHY WE’RE DIFFERENT

HEAT Stands for Philosophy We Strive to Achieve and Spread!

We believe that when we Hear with an ear to listening, we can Educate ourselves, and Advocate for change, in order to Train others.

COMMITMENT TO TRAINING

HEAT’s focus is on our training – focusing on both the macro and micro levels of instruction.  This allows for the best both in class instruction and the individual dancer.  We are committed to never compromise the quality of care from our convention workshops for the benefit of competition.

The goal of HEAT Convention & Competition is to highlight the artistry of dance with our inspiring classes and fierce competitions, not only for the camera and social media, but for the pure love of dancing. It is the fundamental focus of heat, that students continually desire to develop an ethic of striving to be the best – both with their skills and with their hearts.

A note from our artistic director

Our first season of HEAT was beyond what I ever imagined! We launched the campaign for our inaugural season and a few days later the world shut down. We had many thoughts about postponing HEAT for a year or two, but after experiencing the joy and fulfillment of this past year, thanks to all of our studios and dancers, it just proved that we did the right thing in not giving up!

Watching our faculty inspire the next generation beyond just the steps, in a time where we all need it the most, was just priceless! As we launch season two of HEAT, I can’t wait for you all to experience what we are planning for the new season!

Come join us on this journey to shape and inspire the new generation!

Kobi Rozenfeld

Stanley Glover

Stanley Glover was born and raised on the south side of Chicago, Illinois. Stanley holds a BFA from Philadelphia’s University of the Arts. He was a top-20 contestant on FOX’s television show, So You Think You Can Dance, and has performed repertoire and trained under some of the best in the industry, including, Sidra Bell, Robert Battle, Random Dance, Hubbard Street, Pennsylvania Ballet, and many more. Stanley performed as a principal dancer five days a week on the Las Vegas Strip in Cirque du Soleil’s production of Mystère. Stanley is also a 2019 Princess Grace Dance fellowship award recipient. Pointe magazine featured Stanley as one of their 2019 “Standout Performances”. Stanley also had a featured spread in Dance Magazine’s column “On The Rise”. Stanley currently dances at BalletX in his 3rd season.

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