Reggie Quintana
Non Union

Reggie’s passion for music began at a young age when he would watch musicals and be able to memorize all the songs and dances. After watching the summer olympics at the age of 7 his eyes were opened to the world of gymnastics and he wanted to learn more. He began training in competitive gymnastics with international coach John Carroll where he excelled in tumbling, vault, parallel bars and high bar.

At the age of 10 Reggie and his 3 younger brothers decided to join a breakdancing class at the local dance studio. From there Reggie was introduced to all styles of dance including- contemporary, jazz, tap, hip hop, ballet, lyrical and stage. He was welcomed by the dance community and inspired by his mentors Jordan Allarie and Stu Iguidez who demonstrated the strength of males in dance.

Reggie’s love for music combined with his strength in gymnastics has allowed him to excel in dance, naming him Most Promising Jr. Contemporary Dancer at the Surrey Dance Festival among many other recognitions at local competitions. He was also selected to perform his self choreographed solo with team Canada in Poland. Reggie is self motivated, and embraces dance as a life long learner, always striving to improve.