Q Pittman - Street Jazz

Q Pittman. Photo by John Healy
Ailey Extension Instructor Q Pittman. Photo by John Healy
A theater graduate of Baltimore School for The Arts, Q recently worked with independent artist Jonté on his debut Japanese DVD project Hello Jontè Moaning and some of his current choreography work includes The Real World: Brooklyn and singer-songwriter Lauren Legato. As a choreographer/dancer, additional credits include: recording artist Kelis, As The World Turns, The Chris Rock Show, MuchMusic Canada’s MuchOnDemand as well as various projects for MTV, VH1 and Billboard magazine.
 
Whether working with seasoned recording artists looking to polish their stage show, professional dancers honing their craft or beginners bravely taking their first (dance) steps, Q approaches every project with the same amount of passion and a genuine love that welcomes each new opportunity to create.
 
For info on Q, be sure to check out his website at QsNewz.com.
 
 

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