Daniel Aing (UK)
After first learning Capoeira, Daniel Aing, who comes from Marseille, went on to discover a passion for dance and has spent many years developing his skills as a breaker. He was first employed by YDance back in 2002 and has gone on to work with them on a number of occasions including performing in the UK tour of The Story of the Blues - YDance's first production created especially for young audiences.
Daniel has been one of the Project Y choreographers in 2009, taught masterclasses in Aberdeen International Youth Festival, called to judge few breakdance battle events in UK, performed in Off Kilter UK tour, choregraphed a piece for the "Heads Up" Festival at DanceBase, toured with Harnisch-Lacey Dance Theatre in Wales, worked with many different companies in France and many choreographers in UK (Frank McConnell, Andy Howitt, Thomas Small, Errol White, Jennifer Patterson, Allan Irvine, Tony Mills and Sandra Harnisch-Lacey).
Daniel is working on the way to mix various styles together like contemporary, breaking, popping and capoeira.