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Sho-Tyme returns to the MHC Conservatory for exclusive Hip Hop Intensive

February 14, 2020

After a sold out event in 2019, Sho-Tyme returns to the Medicine Hat College (MHC) Conservatory for an exclusive Hip Hop Intensive on Saturday, Feb. 29, 2020.

Hailing from Queens, NYC, Sho-Tyme’s versatility as a dancer and choreographer has established his reputation in the music industry where he has worked with top artists such as JLo, JayZ, Gwen Stefani, P Diddy and Katy Perry. He has also been involved with several TV shows and movies including Dancing with the Stars, So You Think You Can Dance, and Stomp the Yard.

Thirty lucky students will have the opportunity to take their talents to the next level by participating in a wealth of specialized workshops including hip hop, house, and popping.

As an excellent add on to the Hip Hop Intensive, Tara Wilson from Pulse Studios in Calgary will lead an Instructors + Senior Students Only workshop for those looking to brush up on their hip hop teaching and choreography skills.

Whether participants are dance instructors or students, the skills, techniques and philosophies learned in these programs will build key advantages for upcoming competitions as well as pad their dance experience resumes.

The Medicine Hat College Conservatory is excited to once again bring this top tier event to the region and collaborate with the local dance community.

“In support of local dance studios, we are extremely fortunate to host Sho-Tyme again at the MHC Conservatory to share and teach his advanced hip hop expertise,” says Kurtis Albers, MHC Conservatory program coordinator.

“He is one of the world’s most sought after hip hop instructors and maintains one of the biggest classes at the famous Millennium Dance Complex in Los Angeles. Experienced hip hop instructors and dancers of Southeast Alberta have an incredible opportunity to learn from the best and improve their own style, technique and choreography.”

Registration is available online but space is limited. For more information, call 403.529.3880 or email