Master Class Series

We are so excited to share memories from  The Dance Attic Master Class Series schedule for 2022! All TDA Dancers are urged to take advantage of these guest artists coming in and teaching different styles from year to year. It is such a great opportunity for dancers to be taught by different artists and be pushed to go outside of their comfort zone. We welcome these classes to the general public as well so please, email us at so we can help you get registered for the appropriate classes. These classes are all one hour classes that take place on the weekends throughout the year. While our Master Class season has concluded for the 2022 season, check back in in 2023 for our next season!

Logan Jones is a dancer from Wallace, North Carolina. She started dancing at the age of 2 and competing at the age of 6 with Dance Express Performing Arts Center in Wilmington, NC. She has trained in many different styles (contemporary, modern, clogging, lyrical, jazz, Latin styles, etc.) but she specializes in Hip Hop. Currently, she is pursuing her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work with a Minor in Dance at Appalachian State University. She is also an active member and Vice President of the NC Dance Crew “Entropy” and Public Relations Chair of Momentum Dance Club. She has danced in several Momentum and Entropy Showcases and choreographed a piece for Momentum’s 2022 Annual Winter Showcase. 
Instagram: @logan.jones.77
Heather Hoy, a native of Wake Forest, North Carolina, danced at The Dance Attic for 17 years. Heather danced competitively at the Dance Attic for 15 years and is currently pursuing her degree in Elementary Education with a Minor in Dance as well as Entrepreneurial Management from Appalachian State University. Heather is considered an integral part of The Dance Attic team, and assists with managerial duties for TDA. During her time dancing at TDA, Heather won numerous awards for her routines including the highest score of the day as well as several scholarships at competitions and conventions throughout the year. Heather was also involved in Dance at High School by writing the by-laws and mission to be able to create a Dance Team at Wake Forest High School her senior year. Now at App State University, Heather is an active member of the NC Dance Crew “Entropy.”
 Instagram: @heatherrhoy
Kelsie graduated Magna Cum Laude from East Carolina University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance Performance.  She has traveled all over the nation performing in both commercial and concert style dance works.  She spent several seasons performing at Cedar Point in shows such as Luminosity and Vertical Impact.  Kelsie also had the opportunity to perform at California’s Great America in Ed Alonzo’s The Second Greatest Showman.  Between contracts, she was dancing in Chicago for Chicago Dance Crash, Moonwater Dance Project, and Peckish Rhodes Performing Arts Society.  Through Chicago Dance Crash, she performed the part of Nimee Aimee in their 2017 Dance Magazine’s “Most Innovative Performance” Award winning show of The Bricklayers of Oz.  She also participated in the company’s unique “KTF- Keeper of the Floor” dance battles.  Other performance opportunities she had with the company included performing at the Harris Theatre for Chicago Ideas Week, for Taste of Chicago, at APAP in NYC, and performing at the Jay Pritzker Pavilion. She has opened shows for artists such as Andy Grammar, Colbie Callait, Hinder, and even the basketball legend, Lebron James.  Her teaching specialties include contemporary, hip hop, jazz, and musical theatre.  Having been teaching for approximately ten years, Kelsie has taught and choreographed for all ages and levels.  Her choreography has been featured all around the country as well as internationally through various performance companies.  Since her love of dance extends into fitness, Kelsie is also a National Academy of Sports Medicine Certified Personal Trainer.  She is currently a teacher and choreographer for  Artistry in Motion in Smithfield, NC and is the Lead Trainer at AKT in Brier Creek.
Abigail Telenko, from Wake Forest, N.C., is a recent graduate of East Carolina University where she earned her BFA in Dance with a concentration in performance and choreography and Communications with a concentration in public relations. She has appeared in multiple main stage and senior choreography performances over her four years at ECU. Abigail was awarded the opportunity to explore and grow her choreographic work with her URCA grant. Most recently, Abigail had the amazing opportunity to choreograph for the Spring Dance 2022 Concert. She served as East Carolina Dance Association President as well as Public Relations Intern for the Dance Program. In the future, Abigail hopes to move to New York City to perform in a professional dance company and continue her passion of choreography.Sam is from Wake Forest, North Carolina and has been a dancer for about 17 years. She danced for 8 years at The Dance Attic, training in ballet, lyrical, contemporary, jazz, and hip-hop and was on the company where she competed in many regional competitions. Through her high school years, she has taken dance intensives in New York and Italy. Today she is a dance performance and choreographer major at East Carolina University. She studies ballet, jazz, modern, improv, choreographic composition, and dance sciences in the dance program. She will graduate ECU in the spring of 2023, and her plans after graduation consist of traveling performing in commercial dance or in a dance company, and travelling around Europe to spread jazz dance.The styles of dance she specializes in are jazz and contemporary, and she will share her passion for dance through her years on stage and off. Yoga is also something she is passionate about and will become a yoga instructor specializing in power yoga. Both physical and mental strength are important qualities of dancing, therefore she will help dancers connect the body centering associated with yoga to enhance the capabilities of dancing.    
Laura graduated from the University of North Carolina Charlotte cum laude with a B.A. in Dance. While at UNCC she danced on the Charlotte 49ers Gold Dusters dance team. After graduating, Laura moved to New York where she danced in several companies including RAW Artists, Mary Seidman and Dancers, Kaleidoscope Dance Theatre, Valleto Dance Company and many more. Laura has teaching experience along the east coast and is also a full time convention, wholesale, and teamwear manager for Jo+Jax dancewear.
McCanzey Koffa, from Raleigh, North Carolina, danced at The Dance Attic for 13 years where she was trained in ballet, jazz, tap, lyrical, hip-hop, and acrobatics. McCanzey was a part of The Dance Attic’s competitive team, where she was awarded a multitude of scholarships, judges’ choice awards, and first overall adjudications. During this time, McCanzey also performed as a lead company member at Walt Disney World and Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida. Now, McCanzey is pursuing her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance Performance in Choreography and working towards a K-12 North Carolina Licensure, while minoring in Human Development and Family Studies at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. At UNCG, McCanzey has had the opportunity to perform in the BFA and MFA thesis concerts, as well as the Prime Movers show. After graduation in 2026, she plans to continue spreading her love of dance by being a dance educator for the upcoming generation.
Danielle began dancing at Lehman’s studio at age 11 and became a member of the company Ballet Lehman USA. With that company she had the opportunity to perform the Nutcracker as well as compete in Sochi, Russia. Danielle attended Virginia Commonwealth University on scholarship for dance and choreography where she had the opportunity to work with numerous dance professionals from all over the world. She has performed pieces such as Jose Limon’s Choreographic Offering at the Kennedy Center and BET”s 2009 Spring Bling. Danielle has worked with shows such as The Lion King, Burn the Floor, Shrek the Musical and other on and off Broadway shows. She likes to take classes in NYC to keep her dance styles updated.

Pre-Pay $15 ahead of time, and $20.00 at the door! Rosters will be sent out on the Wednesday before the class. Anyone who registers after Wednesday will need to email for placements.

2022 Class Schedule (Will Change in 2023):
We will host three classes. Once we see enrollment we will send out designated schedule to have equal class sizes.

The Premier Wake Forest Dance Studio, Wake Forest, NC – Lessons in Tap, Jazz, Ballet, Lyrical, Hip-hop