University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee

Kasper K

Kasper K Lecturer

Fresh off his teachings on the east coast at both Broadway Dance Center in New York, as well as ICON Dance Complex in New Jersey, Kasper is making his rounds throughout the country teaching various master classes, and choreographing, leaving his unique mark where ever he goes. Kasper was featured on the first season of the FOX smash hit "So You Think You Can Dance." He was asked to appear on MTV's "The Wade Robson Project," performed on "Dance Fever" on the ABC Family Channel, and was chosen to be an alternate for the BRAVO show, “Step It Up and Dance”. Having let the reality tv shows run their course, Kasper now teaches and choreographs for many different dance teams, high schools, colleges, and universities throughout the U.S. His dance credits include dancing for Manheim Steamroller, as well as Bad Boy Bill at the B96 Summer Bash taking the stage right after Shakira, and just before P. Diddy. He's danced for Nike, Hip Hop ConnXion, and Dance 2XS Chicago. Currently, he is choreographing for the Jump Smokers, and he's been dancing for Ty Taylor (Rockstar INXS) in Los Angeles and in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand, as well as choreographing and performing with Dezmond Meeks from American Idol (Season 4). Having taught on faculty at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, Kasper is currently a resident faculty at the Joffrey Ballet Dance Center in Chicago. Kasper loves, and continues to spread his knowledge of dance throughout the country, inspiring students where ever he goes.