Yuki Ishiguro, BA, Teaches Various Classes
Yuki Ishiguro originally from Japan is an artistic director/choreographer of New York based dance company “Yu.S.Artistry”. Yuki graduated Ritsumeikan University in Japan with BA in business. When he was at 18yrs old during in college he discovered Break dance on the street. Since then he kept continued to learn many forms of dance.
After worked with Japanese ballet company, Yuki moved to New York to study contemporary dance at dance school “Dance New Amsterdam”. Also studied with unique street performers such as Kenichi Ebina well known as a winner of America’s Got Talent season 8. From these trainings and his own practice, Yuki created his own dance style and signature movements.
“a dancer of remarkable athleticism. It was a thrill to watch him execute his moves with skill and eclat, maintaining a smooth unbroken dramatic flow as he shifted through one style after another. ” – The Dance Journal
“This dancer’s range- from Ballet to hip-hop- gives all his dancing a striking individuality.” – Oberon’s Grove
“Speedy mix of b-boy, gymnastics and dance that seemingly could only be done by gymnasts who has street performing cred and some serious dance training.” – Offoffoff
As a performer Yuki has worked and toured with several dance companies in the U.S. : Roxey ballet in NJ, Catapult entertainment known from America’s Got Talent, collaborated with musicians at Carnegie Hall, entertainment show produced by Tommy Hilfiger, fusion flute musician Kenzie Slottow in Texas for music videos and tours.
Yu.S.Artistry was founded in 2018, the works have been presented at Booking dance festival at Jazz at Lincoln center, Come together dance festival at Suzanne Roberts theater in PA, Nazareth college in Rochester NY, CDCfest in Florida, Virtual pathway dance festival in SF, among others.
“Combining breakdancing with ballet, ambient music with spoken word, and stark solos with a complex light display, the company experimented without detracting from the breathtaking skill of its highly-trained dancers.“ – Thinking Dance