Shereel’s dance experience spans 38 years of training, performance, and choreography in a wide range of dance styles and traditions such as: modern, ballet, jazz, tap, hip hop, traditional Congolese & Senegalese, African Diaspora Genres, and Hula. She teaches and performs throughout the U.S. and Hawai’i, having won critical accolades for major performances in the New York Times and the San Francisco Chronicle. She has also been recognized as a pioneer in the Christian & Praise Dance genres.
Shereel co-founded IXALT in 2003, a performing arts organization whose motto is ‘sharing the Arts, sharing The Gospel’, through Dance, Music, Song, and Spoken Word www.ixalt.org
In 2005 she co-founded The Black Choreographers Festival. In 2006, and she co-curated the Choreo-Fest at the Yerba Buena Gardens Festival in San Francisco. Shereel also served on the Board of Directors for the San Francisco International Arts Festival 2004-2007.
In addition to dancing, teaching, and performing, Shereel studies and trains in Shaolin Kung Fu & Qigong under Master Sheldon Callahan at Shaolin Life in Oakland, CA. www.shaolinlife.org.
We are delighted to have her.