Danielle Bremner, Born and raised in Abbotsford and Vancouver’s Dance community and an accomplished Performer, Teacher and Choreographer. Danielle’s training began at a young age which led her to gain knowledge in all styles of dance; Ballet, Jazz, Lyrical, Contemporary, Hip Hop, Acro, Modern, Musical Theatre, Tap & Salsa. Not only did Danielle have a passion for dance, but she also trained extensively in Cheerleading, Modelling & Acting. Danielle has been a teacher/choreographer for 10 years all throughout the lower mainland. She has spent the last 10 years of her life dedicating herself to each student who she crosses paths with and trying to spread her knowledge, experiences and talent with the world. She has accomplished a lot with her career and it shows from the numerous awards and success for all her routines across the lower mainland. Danielle has created a certain foundation of how she wants to raise her dancers and never fails to push them to be the best versions of themselves.
After 10 years of teaching and creating her name in this town and industry, Danielle could not be more excited to become a Director of “LEGACY DANCE PRODUCTIONS” a dream that has been long awaited to achieve. Danielle was born to teach, motivate and become a Legacy to those who surround her. Dance is so much more than just dance and she can’t wait to share this new chapter of her life with everyone around her.
Combining her technical training, versatility and unique style, Danielle went on to dance professionally in the industry. Her credits include:
- Principal Dancer in Big Time Rushes’ Music Video ‘Music sounds better with you’
- Gina Starbuck’s Music Video ‘Meets the I’
- Emily Harder’s Music Video ‘The party is over’
Danielle is very passionate about sharing her knowledge and talent with the community and the world around her. She continues to be heavily involved with her home town where she helps put on dance productions to raise money for a charity every year, perform for any public event and give dancers the opportunity to have these experiences for themselves.
Some credits include:
- The “Moulin Rouge” Production for the Business Excellence awards in Abbotsford
- The “B.C. Summer Games” Opening & Closing ceremonies
- The “Find My Way” Production to raise money for charity
- The “Coming Home” Production to raise money for charity
- “Can’t stop this Feeling” Mayors Breakfast Abbotsford B.C.
- “Canada Day Parades” in Abbotsford B.C.
Danielle has attended various auditions, master classes and conventions; all being taught by well-known choreographers throughout Canada and the United States. She has won many scholarships / awards and has trained with Famous Choreographers and adjudicators. Those credits include, Monsters dance Convention, Triple threat dance convention, The Hollywood Summer tour, The pulse dance convention, Harbour dance centre, Debbie Reynolds, Coastal dance rage/Fashion show, and Millennium dance complex.
Each year only seems to keep getting better. Every chance Danielle has to perform, create or learn from amazing choreographers and dancers, her love and appreciation for this art form intensifies. Danielle is nothing less of grateful for all the amazing experiences she has had thus far and all the incredible artists she has worked with along the way. She is beyond excited for this new opportunity as a director to share everything she knows at Legacy Dance Productions. Life is way to short to never follow your dreams, if there is something you’ve always dreamed about.. go after it.
“Dreams really do come true”