Horace Price has been dancing since he was 8 years old. As a child he would watch music videos of Michael Jackson, Usher and Chris Brown and mimic what he saw on the screen. He would study YouTube videos and dabbled in choreography and dancing for talent shows and family events. Horace became serious with his dance studies when he became the President of the Hip Hop Club at his high school. This experience helped teach him to choreograph on groups of dancers, to create his own style within the genre and how to use leadership skills.
He has experience in teaching ages 7-18+. He has taught professionally for over two years here at PacWest, and has taught Company classes for competition since for several of those. He was honored to win the “Choreography Award” at Seattle Spotlight 2015 competition. His favorite aspect of dance is his ability to freestyle. His style consists of intricate movements involving, robotics, animations, tutting, waving, isolations, and popping. His ultimate goal is to inspire others to really go after what they’re passionate about. He wants to influence his students to take risks and keep pushing themselves to reach new levels.