Teacher Georcelle Artistic Director of G-Force Dance Center
"Talent Perspective: Mastering the Craft. Following your Passion."
Georcelle has been dancing professionally since the age of 14. At 16, she started choreographing, making her the youngest choreographer of her time. She is currently in demand at most giant concert acts in the Philippines.
Expanding her horizons, Georcelle created G-Force, one of the industry’s top dance groups. She sets the vision of world class quality and excellence in performance to her team.
Now that she already has a group of her own, her experience 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 into a director’s chair.
In 2008, she was launched as the face of dance in the Philippines, proudly known as “Teacher Georcelle”, when she spearheaded a dance segment in a top musical variety show ASAP. This paved the way for her to be part of shows like Pinoy Big Brother House, Your Face Sounds Familiar and Dance Kids.
She has revolutionized the dance industry in the Philippines. Today dancers are no longer just back ups but are considered artists. Georcelle, being a game changer has made her become an influencer, which earned her a couple of endorsements.
Her dream is to provide a venue for dancers to hone their skills which will allow them to evolve as choreographers, stylists, designers for dance and directors for videos and live shows.
Georcelle married her best friend and dance partner who is now in charge of the business side of G-Force. They have three lovely children who now show interest in dance as well.
Year 2005, I left for LA to do ASAP (variety show). As the head choreographer, I had to teach American dancers for production numbers in the show. These dancers are highly trained based on LA style movements. Instead of conforming to their dance moves I taught them my style. At first they were seizing me up because they've never heard of me. In the end they all felt so good and refreshed to have learned something unconventional.