Dancing Your Dream
By MYNP | Published May 30, 2017
Back in 2005, having begun its remarkable run as part of the ASAP Sunday show on ABS-CBN, G-Force quickly transformed into a reliable troupe for engaging dance showcase regularly seen on free TV. But it was in 2007 that Teacher Georcelle formalized the G-Force Project that now effectively serves as a training ground for dancing wannabes, some of them legitimate fans of the act wanting to emulate their ways.
T.G shares, “To those who want to treat dancing as a career because it is the art they’re passionate about, I urge them to enroll. We are installing the G-Force app to make it easier for them to choose classes and schedules.”
The G-Force Project launches its Summer Dance Workshop this year to accommodate requests and demands from parents of kids and millennials hoping to learn more about the art of dance from instructors molded by the G-Force mantra of sharing the knowledge and skills that produces first-rate dancing routine. By enrolling, students get to experience intensive training worked out through fun dance exercises and executions.
The book that T.G has completed for publication this month is about the “important learnings on and off stage.” Readers should expect to get inspired by the success story of the famed dance choreographer anchored on the impact of G-Force as a team of dancers created through high-level artistry and professionalism.
“In embracing the art of dancing, you should try everything and then stick to your style. Care to create something that’s timeless,” T.G says.
The culmination of the Summer Dance Workshops — the dance concert — happens tomorrow at the Mall of Asia Arena. Several enrollees are expected to join the workshops and the concert that serves as its grand finale.
G-Force has flown off to as far as United Arab Emirates where it entertained Filipinos as well as the foreign crowd. One thing that separates it from others is that the G-Force/G-Force Project has been the home of celebrity choreographers — those dance talents who already achieved the status of being real stars of the craft.
T.G adds, “Over the years you get to know what you want in life. I have become myself because I chose to be. I want to promote and preserve quality dancing on TV and I believe that has been the impact of G-Force over the years. We hope to continue this tradition of excellence and fun through the art of beautiful and graceful body movements complementing whatever music at hand.”
Also on its 10th year, G-Force partners with Make Your Nanay Proud Foundation (MYNP). It is G-Force’s way of giving thanks to all the nanay who have been supporting their kids’ passion in dancing and most especially in helping them achieve their dreams.