Tag: andrew winghart

10 Dancy Music Videos for Last-Minute Halloween Costume Inspo

If Halloween snuck up on you this year, no judgment from us—it’s been a busy autumn. Luckily for you, Dance Spirit is here to provide some last-minute costume ideas that are inspired by music videos with some of the best choreography. “Sorry” by Justin Bieber Bring out the vibrant colors and branded clothing. Then, layer […]

Emma Portner Is Absolutely Regal in Andrew Winghart's New Short Film

Once in a while, a dance film comes along that stops us right in our tracks. Andrew Winghart’s latest project, “A Thousand Faces,” does just that—and then some. Starring none other than the otherworldly Emma Portner, the film is an 8-minute tour de force. In an interview with Booooooom TV, Winghart elaborated on the creative […]

Andrew Winghart's Dance Video About Individuality Will Give You Chills

Choreographer Andrew Winghart has become well-known for his ability to command an extra-large group of dancers. His viral video to Justin Timberlake’s “Cry Me a River” featured 37 fab performers, and even won him Dance Magazine‘s Best Viral Video title last December. The extreme synchronization that we’ve come to know and love is on full […]

We Want to Live Inside Andrew Winghart's Choreo for Louis The Child

Slickly produced music videos are their own (glorious) thing. But there’s something especially moving about videos that keep it simple: a group of charismatic dancers, a beautiful song, some striking choreography, an earnest message. And falling squarely in that latter category is the video for Louis The Child’s “Love Is Alive,” choreographed by the hugely […]

Video Break Time: Andrew Winghart's "Cry Me a River" Is Crazy Good, You Guys

Some monster hit songs die quickly; some only get better with age. Falling squarely in the latter category is Justin Timberlake’s “Cry Me a River,” which, at 15 years young, is still better than 90 percent of the stuff on the radio today. And choreographer/A.C.E. Award winner/genius Andrew Winghart knows it. Winghart chose the timeless […]