Joey Matt was born and raised in Calgary, Alberta. He has been dancing and performing since the young age of 7. After competing as a child, his passion led him to audition and make it to the top 16 of the first ever ‘So You Think You Can Dance Canada’. He then joined a Vancouver based company called Modus Operandi to further explore the technique and foundations of contemporary and modern dance. Having a love for commercial dance as well, he joined Nico Archambault (Winner of ‘So You Think You Can Dance Canada’ Season 1) and his band, “The Pinup Saints” for their North American Tour. After the tour came to an end, he teamed up with Sean Cheesman to assist on ‘So You Think You Can Dance Canada’ (Seasons 2 and 4), and ‘So You Think You Can Dance America’, (Seasons 6, 8, 10, and 11). Soon after he returned to Vancouver, BC to be a dancer/actor on the CW series, “Hellcats.” While performing on the television show, he choreographed and danced with a group that opened for such artists as Tyga, and Nelly. Amongst his travels, Joey has had the opportunity of dancing for Industrial Trade shows and Galas such as Bell Mobility, Telus, CN Railway, and Toyota which allowed him to travel to the Bahamas. Throughout his Journey, Joey has been fortunate to work for such artists as Sarah McLachlan, K’naan, Carly Rae Jepsen, These Kids Wear Crowns, Mariana’s Trench, Ciara, and other greatly talented artists. In 2015, Joey toured Switzerland in a show titled, “Art on Ice”, where he performed alongside Nelly Furtado, and Tom Odell. He was then asked to be apart of the 2016 tour for, “Art on Ice” performing alongside Jessie J, as well as the Jacksons. He is currently a member of ‘O2 the Dance Company’ founded by Sarah Dolan, and is teaching across western Canada.
Brittney began her dance training in Calgary Alberta. Her training in Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Contemporary, Lyrical, Hip Hop, and Modern has taken her around the world performing with The Calgary Dance Express. In 2003 Brittney represented Canada in both Jazz and Tap at the Worlds in Riesa, Germany. She has also had the pleasure to be part of the hugely successful Tap Company M.A.D.D. Rhythms. In 2006 she moved to Los Angeles to pursue her love of dance and further her training, while attending classes at Millennium dance Complex and The Edge. Brittney was a part of Sara Dolan's contemporary company O2 Dance. She performed with O2 for 2 years, performing in the sold out show I.M The Seasons Of Love.
She has also danced for musical artists Michale Fitzgerald, Bif Naked, Jess Cullen and many more. Brittney currently resides in Vancouver teaching for various studios across the Lower Mainland. She is also sought out as a choreographer, guest teacher, and adjudicator throughout Alberta and British Columbia. Her recent performances as a principal dancer include: Lovers of Marley, Lovers of Queen and Sweet Moves.
Kiera, a native Edmontonian, has been watching Citie Ballet since she was young. She has trained in many different dance forms, but her passion and focus has always been ballet. Kiera began her training at the Edmonton School of Ballet where she studied the Cecchetti and Royal Academy of Dance syllabi, achieving honours in both her Advanced One R.A.D exam and Advanced Two Cecchetti exam.
Upon graduating high school, Kiera joined the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre Graduate Program, where she trained for three years. While at the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre School, Kiera was chosen to perform in multiple productions, including The Nutcracker and Giselle. She was also among a small group of dancers selected to train and perform at an artists residency program in Arizona, and has participated in summer intensive programs at the Banff Centre for Performing Arts, Joffrey New York, Joffrey Midwest, Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre and Alonzo King Lines Ballet.
In addition to ballet, Kiera plays the piano and has completed Conservatory Canada Grade 10 piano exam. She is also currently taking evening classes at the University of Alberta and working towards a degree in Biological Sciences.
Kiera is an emerging choreographer having premiered her first piece, Don’t Look Back, in 2015.