Lu William


Classical Ballet / Dancer

born in Taiwan, began his training at Chapman University under the direction of Cyrus Parker-Jeannette. After completing his BFA in Dance Performance in 2002, he danced with Regina Klenjoski Dance Company and in January 2003 he joined Backhausdance in its inaugural season. William has studied and worked with David Parsons, Doug Varone,Robert Battle, Keith Johnson and Tiffany Billings among others. In 2002, he received national recognition for his choreographic work Mon Prison Ma Chambre, for which he received the Engman Award at Pam Desert\'s notable Dance Under the Stars Choreography Festival. His works have been presented at prominent venues, such as the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion and McCallum Theatre. In 2004, he was named one of the “Best Male Dancers” by the Beverly Hills Outlook review. And, recently he received the Lester Horton Award for his performance along with Andrea Brache in Exit. He is currently on faculty for West Coast Dance Academy.

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