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For the past decade, Kevin Frey has had the opportunity to perform alongside global superstar Lady Gaga! Dancing for 3 of her world tours: The Born This Way Ball, ArtRave: The Artpop Ball, and the Joanne World Tour as well as her Las Vegas Residency: Enigma. Along with this, he has also been featured in countless music videos and performances with her including the red carpet of the Met Gala, a holiday special with the Muppets, headlining the Coachella Music Festival, and the Super Bowl 51 Halftime Show.


Other Major Credits Include Taylor Swift, Ariana Grande, J-Balvin, JoJo Siwa, Bebe Rexha, Blake Shelton, Jonas Blue, and Idina Menzel.


Kevin’s work as a dancer and choreographer can be seen with various artists, choreographers, and directors across the entertainment spectrum including tv shows such as The MTV Video Music Awards, The American Music Awards, So You Think You Can Dance, The Voice, America’s Got Talent, CW’s Crazy, The David Letterman Show, The Late Late Show, just to name a few!




Starting this summer our Prodigy & Noble program will be expanding to offer a more dedicated and oriented approach to these new artists along with new and exciting opportunities not only from your ADE Faculty but from special guests.


You don't want to miss Nationals this summer as we will be introducing Our New Mentorship Director for the very first time!


What To Expect!


Kevin Frey in his own words:


I am so excited to be stepping into the role of Mentorship Director for the Prodigy Program at Artistic Dance Exchange.


With not only my 14 years of professional dance experience, but all my experience of teaching, mentoring, and directing dance programs for young artists; I plan to expand upon the existing program to help educate and prepare these young artists for a successful and sustainable career in dance.


With the expansion of the program, I hope to also include topics such as the importance of mental health, financial education when it comes to dance careers, cultivating your own unique artistic voice, and staying up-to-date with the current requirements and expectations of dancers in the professional space.


My hope is that this program can help impact even more young artists and help guide, prepare, and train them for a long, sustainable, and successful career as a professional dancer.


Kevin Frey

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