TEACHER GEORCELLE DAPAT-SY


Georcelle has been dancing professionally since the age of 14. At 16, she already started choreographing, making her one of the youngest choreographers of her time. She is currently in demand at most giant concert acts including Gary Valenciano, Martin Nievera, Bamboo-Yeng, Vice Ganda, Anne Curtis and Sarah Geronimo.

Expanding her horizons, Georcelle ventured into creating G-Force, one of the industry's top dance groups. In ASAP 08, she spearheaded the segment called Dance Cool. Together with her group, the segment continued to showcase the latest movements in dance via Dance U. Now that she already has a group of her own, her experiences inquisitively attracted her to like the life out of the limelight as a stage director. With directors believing in her capability and eventually giving her a great deal of trust, it became easy for her to slip in to a director's chair.

Being the Artistic Director of G-force is just one of Teacher Georcelle's own little way of imparting her gift and paving the way onto discovering new talents for the industry. G-Force has consecutively launched dance workshops nationwide to reach out and share their talents especially to the young demographic and of course, both have been successful. Recently, Teacher Georcelle launched #WhiteShirtLove, a dance fitness class designed for mothers and also her first dance class under G-Force Project 2014.

There is absolutely nothing that this woman can't do when it comes to her craft. She keeps getting projects left and right, not just because she brings it, but there is the trust that the producers get from her and vice-versa - dependability and dedication at its finest. A woman that exudes confidence and enthusiasm, Teacher Georcelle still keeps her feet on the ground. Talent is the key, yet, what sets her apart from others is her eye for great talents. She also advises aspiring dancers who want to make it big in the industry to follow their hearts and that everything will fall into place. Be determined, passionate and lastly always be thirsty, be hungry for something new. With those being said, Teacher Georcelle is definitely dancing on the crest of a wave.