Jazz, Lyrical Jazz, Novelty, Acro Instructor
Marcel Tremel is a choreographer, performer, and dance educator of the Vancouver area. Originally from Saskatchewan, Marcel danced at Jacquie’s Dance Academy in Humboldt, where he studied CDTA Jazz and Tap, and RAD Ballet. Marcel is a fully certified Dance Teacher in Jazz and Tap through the ADAPT Syllabus founded by Brian and Faye Foley, and has studied Acrobatique Acro Dance Syllabus. Marcel also pursued further studies in Musical Theatre at the Canadian College of Performing Arts in Victoria BC where he completed all three years of the college program- earning him a Diploma in Applied Performing Arts. Aside from training, Marcel has had several exciting opportunities to perform and showcase his choreography over the years, some of the highlights include: touring Western Canada and parts of the United States with a song and dance group called Saskatchewan Express, dancing at Butchart Gardens in Victoria BC with Ballet Etoile, performing in Thoroughly Modern Millie with the Victoria Operatic Society, being a featured dancer in Royal City Youth Ballet’s The Nutcracker, co-choreographing the Canadian College of Performing Arts’ production of Young Frankenstein, starring in CCPA’s production of Lend Me A Tenor, Choreographing Hello, Dolly! with Fraser Valley Stage, dancing in A Chorus Line in Vancouver at the Waterfront Theatre, and touring to England to dance in the Gilbert and Sullivan International Festival in a production of The Gondoliers. The versatility in Marcel’s training has allowed him to push the boundaries of basic dance routines and create exciting new pieces to share with his community. His work has made him a standout amongst his peers, having been recognized with numerous awards and recognition for his outstanding choreography. Marcel is currently teaching dance around the Vancouver area and continues to train and perform as a working professional artist around the West Coast.