Class with Bradley Eng
Bradley Eng’s class is an upbeat and active training that explores the intricacies of different movement forms. Styles ranging from latin ballroom, martial arts, gymnastics and contemporary dance are explored. It is a challenging blast of unique skills from floor to air. All in the pursuit of finding your truest movement quality to express your most honest self.VIEW BIO
RBC Pilot Episodes Artist
Bradley Eng is an emerging choreographer and interpreter based in Toronto and Montreal. Bradley has worked as an interpreter and trampoline coach for the project R(e)bound choreographed by Caroline Laurin-Beaucage, (Montreal Danse, 2018). He is currently working for Compagnie Virginie Brunelle as an interpreter for her creation, Les Corps Avales.
Bradley is developing a movement methodology called “Break Even”, researching new possibilities of contact dance by deconstructing the foundations of Latin ballroom partnering to enhance communication to allow greater movement capacities for dancers to explore and create choreography. Bradley’s movement is influenced by multiple practices including gymnastics, breakdance, contemporary, martial arts, and Latin ballroom which affects his choreography, interpretations, and teachings.
He continues to search for new movement inspirations to challenge and further his growth as a movement artist.