Jose “Bboyjclove” Cerda:

Jose Cerda

Although Jose Cerda has been dancing for 10 years, he has trained in a myriad of dance techniques, including ballet, jazz, tap, modern, hip hop, lyrical, ballroom, contemporary, salsa and break dance. He has performed with Missy Elliott, Beyonce, Alicia Keys and Jump 5. Jose also worked with Aaron Carter and Kristy Carlson Romano while choreographing for the Radio Disney tour. Jose is featured in a music video for an upcoming artist named Jay Marie, he not only danced but also choreographed for the video. He was the lead choreographer and principal dancer for Ashley Garland. In addition, Jose was chosen as an Urban Jamm National Battle Finalist and won a coveted scholarship to dance and train at the Edge Studio in Los Angeles .More recently he has choreographed for major corporate events in Singapore and also was the Choroegrapher for the hit T.V. show AGOGO Princess and was the dance consultant for the show teaching the lead how to be a dance teacher.

Aside from working in studios all over the Chicago land area he has also taught master classes and in studios around the world as well. Performed with and opened for Celebrities such as:

  • Missy Elliot Beyonce
  • Alicia Keys
  • Jump 5
  • Ashley Garland
  • Kristy Carlson Romano of Even Stevens
  • Aaron Carter

Having moved to Singapore, Jose Cerda has definitely been making waves in the dance scene and making his presence known. He has been engaged to choreograph and teach for major companies in Singapore, including Renases, the Australian Embassy and has also been in many add campaigns including advertisements for the Premier League a campaign for CISCO. Furthermore, he headlined Legenda as one of the only 2 main characters, a dance production held at Clarke Quay depicting the Founding of Singapore, organized by STB in conjunction with the Formula One Race in 2008 and was the antagonist in A River Romance. He has also been featured in many shows as a lead dancer such as Super Model Me. Jose is also not new to teaching kids, having taught at countless schools across Singapore such as Singapore Chinese Girls School, Raffles Girls Primary School and La Salle College of the Arts.

Most recently, Jose Cerda headed and choreographed a Flash mob for the Health and safety board named the "Safety is in my hand" campaign. He not only managed but costumed and choreographed for 30 dancers including children and performers ranging in age from 9- 65.