Kelsey Ang is a captivating artist and creator whose career spans the globe.
She began training in Hong Kong at Red Shoe Dance, and the Philippines before moving to Los Angeles where she graduated Summa Cum Laude with a double degree in dance and marketing from Loyola Marymount University. She has had the pleasure of performing Bill T. Jones, Sidra Bell, and BODYTRAFFIC repertoire and worked with LA’s top choreographers including Jay Carlon, Dance Magazine’s “Top 25 to Watch of 2020”, and Toogie Barcelo, one of Billboards top 12 most iconic choreographer’s list. On screen, she is featured in a music video for Lee Grove Music (Kristen Gutoskie) and a commercial for Blenders Eyewear.
Recently, Kelsey co-choreographed, performed and creative directed a short dance film “Common Grounds”; and was a co-choreographer for Invertigo Dance Theatre’s Dancing Through Parkinson’s piece commissioned by Nigel Lythgoe and Debbie Allen’s 2020 Los Angeles International Dance Festival.
In addition to performing and choreographing, Kelsey is the Creator and Director of SHIFT Dance Intensive, a dance intensive bringing internationally-renowned artists to teach in Asia. Kelsey has taught for dance programs in Hong Kong, Los Angeles and Singapore to people of all ages from kids 5-15 to adults ages 35-90 as a Teaching Artist for Invertigo Dance Theatre’s Dancing Through Parkinson’s program.