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Cheyenne Chante


Cheyenne began her dance journey at the age of 3 at York University, and later trained at Joanne Chapman School of Dance in jazz, tap, ballet, lyrical, hip hop, modern, contemporary, and acro. At the age of 12 Cheyenne was featured in the motion film “Honey”, working with knockout choreographers Luther Brown and Laurie-Ann Gibson.

Cheyenne has competed all across the world in various dance competitions such as Dance Canada, JUMP, CAN Dance, Dance Masters of America, and American Showstopper Nationals where her acro group won the Teen National Championship title with “Our Prayer”. Cheyenne had completed numerous ballet exams in RAD (Royal Academy of Dance) in levels from Pre Primary to Advanced Foundation. Cheyenne received her B.A.T.D teaching certificate in stage at the age of 16. Cheyenne’s been given the opportunity to work with many choreographers such as; Luther Brown, Tabby “Rockstar” Donaldson, Jade “Hollywood” Anderson, Tasha “Tazz” Ricketts, Shavar Blackwood, and Leon Blackwood. Cheyenne continued her training in the industry with “Girls Club”, “Eye Candy”, and “Footnotes”.

With training and continuing to better herself as a dancer. Cheyenne continues to build herself and resume. Cheyenne is featured in the Netflix series “Self Made”. Most recently danced in the music videos of dancehall artist Sean Paul (Buss A Bubble) and Buju Banton (Trust). Cheyenne’s long term goals are to be a role model for her students, and to continue to learn and grow as a dancer and a choreographer.

“No matter what, always try your best. Confidence is key. Be confident in your movement and you’ll be unstoppable.”
– Cheyenne Chante

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