So You Think You Can Dance Canada’s Tre’ Armstrong Gives back


Tre ArmstrongTré Armstrong has channeled her passion for dance into a successful career and this is what she’s doing with it

Choreographer, actress and TV personality, Tre’ Armstrong has a busy summer ahead of her. Not only is Tre’ returning as a judge on CTV’s “So You Think You Can Dance Cana” Monday June 20th, her not-for-profit foundation,  “The Tre Armstrong Give Back Foundation,” is preparing for a very special event, A New DAEI, presents,  “THE GIVE BACK!!!!” A one-day free event put on by Tre’s Dance Company A New Dance Academy for the Entertainment Industry held to make dance and creative artistic expression accessible to people across Canada and to inspire people to pursue their artistic hopes, dreams and passions.

Some of the dance and movement styles that will be offered at this event will be Hip Hop, Jazz, Ballet, Bollywood, Salsa, Cha Cha, Contemporary & more!!! Also teaching alongside Tre’ will be some of CTV’s “So You Think You Can Dance Canada” Top 20 competitors, including finalist and runner-up, Amanda Cleghorn.  Any donations at the event will go to The Tre’ Armstrong Give Back Foundation and proceeds will go to Dance Performing Arts Programming across Canada.  The event takes place, Sunday July 10th, at Canada’s National Ballet School, 400 Jarvis street, Toronto.

Tre’s love and understanding of urban dance and hip-hop has brought out the inner teacher in the artist and has allowed her to travel the world sharing this knowledge through workshops, seminars and classes in hip-hop, urban and freestyle dance, and now, it’s time to give back and Tre’ is bringing it home.

Tré’s competence and work ethic has made her a “go to” choreographer for various artists, includingSean “Diddy” CombsKreesha TurnerSarah BrightmanJason DeruloSo You Think You Can Dance CanadaMTV, and the just completed choreography for Ludacris‘ new Breakawaymusic video.  And now, the talented artist brings, not only her dance skills, but life skills to the participating youth, firmly believing, by instilling confidence through performing arts, there is no stopping what they can accomplish. Life is a journey and the responsibility of all of us.

For more information about this very special event go to A New DAEI’s site:


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