Rochelle is professional and always has a positive attitude! Definitely recommend this dance studio!
Brandi Oglesby began dancing at the age of 3 and was born and raised in Miami, FL. She has trained in ballet, jazz, tap, acrobatics, contortion, modern, lyrical, flamenco, hip hop, heels and contemporary. She has been working professionally on TV and stage since the age of 13 and is a graduate of New World School of the Arts as well as a former Miami Heat Dancer.
Brandi lived in Los Angeles, CA for 15 years working professionally along side many major recording artists on world tours, music videos, award shows, TV and film. Some of her credits include: Beyoncé, Lady GaGa, Britney Spears, Prince Royce, Katy Perry, P!nk, PussyCat Dolls, NKOTB, Hannah Montana The Movie, Step Up Revolution, Ghostbusters, SYTYCD, LXD, American Idol, The Voice, The Today Show, Americas Got Talent, MTV Movie Awards, VMA’s , AMA’s and the Latin Grammy’s. She has been a Sag-Aftra member for 13+ years and is now bringing her experience to Dancers Alliance Miami as a board member helping to protect Miami’s Dancers and their careers as they flourish.
This award winning NPC Bikini fitness competitor and CPR/AED Certified instructor teaches theater, dance, cheer, acrobatics, flexability and fitness to all ages. Her love and passion for fitness and the art of Dance is equal to the love she has for her students. Brandi’s high energy, fun and good vibes always has her students coming back for more!
Born and raised in Miami Fl., Lissette Dube has over 25 years of dance experience including a background as a professional dancer, choreographer and instructor. She is knowledgeable in many genres and providing instruction to students of all ages and levels. Lissette has been trained as well as trained others in genres such as jazz, lyrical, modern, tap, hip hop, ballet and her specialty; contemporary. During her childhood and teenage years she called In Motion Performing Arts Center her home under the direction of Renee Rich. There she was able to work with well-known instructors and choreographers such as: Bridgett Baker, Manny Castro, Roberto Dias, Diego Saltarini, Michelle Kadison and many others. In addition to her studio training she was also a part of her High school’s performing dance group; Illusions under the direction of Ingrid Houvenaeghel DiNicola. During her adult career, she worked as an instructor and choreographer for New Image Dance Center under the Direction of Barbara Delgado where she taught and choreographed for company level students and helped them win high score awards, titles and scholarships at both national and regional competitive levels. Many of her students were accepted into magnet school dance programs and have gone to dance at the collegiate level. Lissette danced professionally in a nonprofit modern dance company also under the direction of Barbara Delgado called Miami Dance Project where she performed in many theaters around Miami, events and benefits for autism awareness. As her experience grew she then took a position as Artistic Director at The Works Dance Center where she continued to instruct all levels, choreograph and direct. Currently, she is still teaching and choreographing at local studios and schools offering her instruction and creative abilities. Lissette continues to keep inspiring and helping others grow in this industry and hopes to be one of the many that keeps this art form alive and thriving.
Growing up dancing and training in South Florida since the age of 5, Tyler has been dancing for the past 15 years and enjoys all genres of dance and specializes in contemporary and technique. Tyler is currently enrolled at New World School of the Arts as a dance major and has been able to train over the summer with Joffrey Ballet School , Complexions Contemporary Ballet, Relativity and many more. With her 4th year teaching company level Jazz, Contemporary, Lyrical, and Acrobatics classes. Tyler enjoys working one on one with students to help them reach their personal goals.
Arielle François a Haitian-American dancer, choreographer, and actor from Poncianna Florida, who’s artistic mission is to create a safe and creative space where young artist can realize their potential and challenge their perspective through movement exploration. An alumni of stART Osceola program, in collaboration with the Juilliard School, receiving classical training in voice and speech, improvisation, movement analysis, and acting. She was also Florida’s first place recipient of National Honor Society for Dance Arts, Artist Merit, Leadership, and Academic achievement award in 2017. She has performed with Bringing Down the House Orlando, Florida Dance Performance Assessment, SHIFT Dance Arts and Media, Immerse Orlando, etc. Alongside receiving a dual enrollment high school diploma and arts endorsement from the Osceola County School for the arts and Valencia College where she received 7 consecutive years of training in classical ballet and graham based modern; she is furthering her education studying at the New World School of the Arts obtaining a Bachelor in Fine Arts in Dance Performance. She moved to Miami in 2018 and is honored to look into her artistic future by spreading her knowledge of the theater to a future generation of performers.
Gwenyth Kelley was raised in Boston MA and began her training with Jackie Cronsberg and Carter Alexander at Ballet Workshop Of New England. She then went on to graduate from University of North Carolina School of the Arts, where she worked with such teachers as Melissa Hayden, Kee Juan Han, and Warren Conover. During her time at UNCSA she was privileged enough to perform Balanchine’s Serenade at Melissa Hayden’s Memorial Tribute at the “Opening Night of the Hollywood Bowl” in LA. From there she continued her training with Ballet Austin, performing Stephen Mill’s, “The Nutcracker”, “Not afraid of the Dark”, and “Carnival of the Animals”. as well as Thaddeus Davis’s “The Monologue Project”. She proceeded to dance with Charleston Ballet Theatre dancing principal roles in Jill Eathorne-Bahr’s Wings, Firebird, Poetry with a Splash of Red Blood, Midsummer Night’s Dream, “Dracula” and Balanchine’s “Who Care’s” and “Allegro Brilliante”Jonathon Tabberts “French Twist”, and “Creation”. Since having retired, Ms. Kelley has continued her love for dance through teaching. She has taught and choreographed for Charleston Dance Institute, Dance Conservatory of Charleston, Orlando Ballet, and worked with Project Plié in the surrounding Orlando area. Since moving to Miami she currently teaches outreach in Miami’s school systems with DanceTech and has her certification in Pilates Mat and Barre through Flywheel Sports as a precision trainer. She is excited to join the Dance House team and bring that love of dance to her students.
Rochelle Fereira is a star teacher! If you want your child to receive elite dance training, bring them here!
Great studio, director and instructor are amazing.
Leslie Peramo Gonzalez
Dancehouse has amazing instructors! Rochelle and Alex are gems! Truly a great place to learn and grow as dancers! #DHM