Hip Hop Free style technical class with Loose Joint – Circuit-Est
9:30AM to 12:30PM
Dive into the world of hip-hop with Jamel Brown, better known as “Loose Joint“. As a master of freestyle hip-hop, he captivates audiences with his fluid gestures, striking transitions and musicality. His unique style draws on diverse influences such as popping, locking and boogaloo, creating a dance of freedom and improvisation.
A true direct response to rhythms and melodies, his gestures seem to flow naturally into the next, becoming a story in themselves, where music guides every step and personal expression is celebrated at every moment.
Don’t miss this opportunity to discover the unique style and artistic innovation that have made Loose Joint a true hip-hop legend.
Jamel Brown, now known as Loose Joint, is a New York freestyle hip-hop dancer with 30 years’ experience. He has moved from the streets of New York to the stage, television and film.
Jamel has been part of the dance world since childhood. As a child, he used to watch his uncle and relatives dance at family parties. But it was in the early 70s, when hip-hop culture was born, that Jamel fell in love with hip-hop and street dance. He regularly practiced his moves in front of large bank windows, using them as mirrors.
His dedication has led him to work with artists such as Michael Jackson, Mariah Carey, Will Smith, P.Diddy and Jay Z, to name but a few.
This training program is offered by Circuit-Est, in collaboration with the Conseil de la formation continue Arts et culture de l’Île-de-Montréal (CFC), Ebnflõh, the Festival JOAT and the Regroupement québécois de la danse (RQD). It is made possible thanks to the financial support of the Quebec government – through the Intervention-Compétences program administered by Compétence Culture – and La Caisse de la culture Desjardins.