Dancers and dance hopefuls, rejoice! Teacher Georcelle and G-Force are back to bring modern dance for all ages.
Back to doing their edgy moves, exciting routines and sharing it with everyone who loves to dance that is as the “Tala” choreographer and her team returns for their wildly popular dance workshops.
Georcelle Dapat Sy a.k.a. ‘Teacher Georcelle’ recently brought back ‘The G-Force Project: 2022 Summer Dance Workshop’ last May and appreciators took the chance to enroll at said cutting edge dance training.
And now these enrollees get to show off on what they have learned at the upcoming ‘G-Force Project Dance Concert.’
Said show is at the Music Museum, June 25, 2022 Saturday. This is a showcase and a chance for G-Force aspirants to strut their stuff.
This is the second dance concert following the first one last May 28. Both events are a culmination of the training workshops that Teacher Georcelle and G-Force have set up in Alabang, Quezon City and even in Cebu. In all. this is the first dance workshop from Teacher Georcelle and G-Force since the pandemic started.
“We want to let everyone know that G-Force is back! We’re back to sharing what we know about art of dancing and performance, ” said Teacher Georcelle.
She added that teaching students was one of the things she missed the most during the lockdowns. Before the pandemic, hundreds of aspiring dancers apply for auditions for a chance to be a member of G- Force, and previous Dance Concerts were a popular draw.
“That’s why we are glad that slowly but surely, the pandemic situation has started to improve.” Teacher Georcelle expressed, adding: “Of course, we still have to follow safety protocols, but we’re certainly happy that our students are back and training again with GForce.”
The G-Force Project workshops will continue until July and two more Dance Concerts will be set.
The next one will be on July 9 at the Robinsons Galleria Atrium in Cebu and another is scheduled on July 23 in Manila at the Music Museum.
“The energy in these Dance Concerts is going to be unbelievable! And that’s what we always aim for. We want our workshop attendees to enjoy the feeling of performing in front of a live audience. And that’s what the G-Force Project is all about,” exclaimed the choreographer-talent manager-creative.
Four sets of performances, that covers the different skill and age range of their students, are scheduled this Saturday, First show is at 12 noon, with succeeding sets of performers at 2pm, 4pm and 6:30pm for the fourth show.
Teacher Georcelle hopes that this ‘re-start’ of the G-Force Project will be the first of many.
“I training aspiring performers,” said Teacher Georcelle. “To see them improve at every session they have with us is truly gratifying work for us.” – press release