EJ was a competitive dancer at Borelli's Dance Gallery, competing both nationally and regionally. Upon graduating, he has taught tap and hip hop classes at the studio, as well as choreography for all ages of our company. Just next weekend, EJ will be returning to BDG.
EJ Ferencak, a Pittsburgh native, has been training and dancing since the age of eight. Growing up as a competition kid, he won numerous regional and national titles. EJ has always been a well-rounded artist with training in dance, acting and singing.
At the age of sixteen, EJ had the distinct honor of bringing home the bronze medal for the U.S.A. in the IDO World Dance Championships. Some of his professional credits include appearing in such feature films as “Adventureland” and “The Dark Knight Rises.” EJ also performed with Aaron Carter at the International Children’s Games, had starring roles in episodes of Amazing News filmed by KEI of New York and appeared as a finalist on Fox’s hit T.V. “Show So You Think You Can Dance.” In 2010, EJ was ranked 8th in the world at the IDO Hip Hop Championships. He also stays busy teaching master classes for colleges, dance conventions and national dance competitions.
Most recently EJ’s choreography can be seen in the new hit show “Luminosity: Ignite the Night” powered by Pepsi. Also, he has been working with teen pop star Spencer Kane and can be seen in 3 of his music videos. Specializing in tap and hip-hop EJ’s choreography has gained national recognition in “Dance Magazine”. Some of his work can be seen in T.V. commercials and halftime shows for the NBA and WNBA. EJ loves traveling the country to work with dancers of all ages, spreading his knowledge and passion for the art of dance.
Borelli's is offering a master class with EJ, open to the public and highly recommended for Borelli Company Members. Master classes are a great way to get an up-close and personalized experience with visiting choreographers. The classes for each age level will take place on Saturday, October 21st. If interested, please call 412-833-4421 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.