Michele and her husband, Brian Bull are “In All Directions” (On the Road) constantly and bring their professionalism and Canadian charm to all dance events. They travel the world to instruct, adjudicate and perform at many dance events each year.
Michele is very versatile; in one day, she can teach a couples workshop; adjudicate a dance competition; teach a line workshop and then perform in the evening showcase. Michele’s dance background began with ballet, tap and jazz. Then she added Swing, Ballroom, Latin, Country/Western, Hustle, Salsa, NC2 and Line dancing.
Her West Coast Swing dance training has included many “intensive” workshops with the Golden State Dance Teachers Association. She is renowned for her footwork precision, her musicality and her choreography ‘on the fly’. She has had many successes in West Coast Swing Jack ‘n Jill competitions, currently an advanced level competitor with World Swing Dance Council. Brian and Michele compete together in the Strictly Swing division. And they can provide deejay duties for swing dances or line dances.
Michele teaches weekly Couples dance classes that include: Salsa, Ballroom, Latin, Swing and Line dance classes.
Her Line dance choreography has brought her many awards, nominations and world wide recognition, including being named 2006 International Choreographer of the Year and International Dance of the Year for “Come Tomorrow” in Australia.
Classic ‘Event’ dances by Michele: Basha, M.J. Moves, Juicy, Invitation to Party, PUSH, T.G.I.F., Come Tomorrow, Bossy, Rumba Breeze, Stuff You Gotta Watch, CanAm Tango and Smokey Places.
In 2006, Michele’s line dance choreography brought her a new and exciting experience. The “Better Than Ezra” musical group contacted Michele and asked her if they could use her line dance “Juicy” in their music video production for broadcast on VH1 Television. A director and crew were hired and came to Michele and her dance class. An entire day of shooting and dancing made her “Juicy” line dance enter the history books. Rock Band meets Line Dancing meets Music Video!
To book Michele and Brian, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
64 Count 4 Wall beginner/intermediate Music: One Thin Dime by Nancy Hays
64 Count 4 Wall Beginner/Intermediate Music: One thin dime by Nancy Hays
64 Count 4 Wall Improver / Intermediate Music: Gani Tamir - Night And Day
24 Count 4 Wall Music: I Can See Clearly Now by Jimmy Cliff
32 Count 4 Wall Intermediate Music: Trouble by Ne-Yo
32 Count 4 Wall Intermediate Music: Trouble, By Ne-Yo
48 Count 4 Wall Intermediate level Music: Rough Cut Diamond by Bill Wyman & The Rhythm Kings (138 bpm) CD: Groovin?
64 Count 4 Wall Music: 634-5789 by The Blues Brothers
64 Count 4 Wall intermediate Music: Anton Aus Tirol by D.J. Otzi
32 Count 4 Wall High Beginner / Easy Intermediate Music: "Forevermore" by Katie Herzig (120 bpm) (album version, 2:13 min) CD: Apple Tree
128 Count 0 Wall Intermediate Mixed Partner or Solo Music: Umqombothi - Yvonne Chaka Chaka. Album: African Music; Hotel Rwanda Soundtrack (212 bpm)
32 Count 4 Wall beginner Music: Heart Beat by Nick Berry
48 Count 4 Wall Beginner / Intermediate Swing Music: I Ain't For It by Dion 118 bpm
32 Count 4 Wall Intermediate Music: Cruising For Bruising by Basia
32 Count 4 Wall intermediate Music: Beat Of Love by En Vogue
32 Count 4 Wall intermediate rumba Music: The Way We Make A Broken Heart by Rosanne Cash
64 Count 4 Wall advanced Music: What A Fool Believes by M People
32 Count 4 Wall Improver / Easy Intermediate Music: Santa Claus Is Coming To Town by Johnny Reid
32 Count 4 Wall Intermediate Music: Sweet Kinda Something by Beulah (CD: 100bpm)
32 Count 4 Wall Intermediate Music: Sweet Kinda Something by Beulah (CD: 100bpm )