Kayla Borsari

Kayla Borsari, a native of Southbury Connecticut, entered the competitive world of dance at the young age of 5. She is well versed in all styles of dance as she grew up training in diverse creative atmospheres, including the Seven Star School of Performing Arts, the Woodbury Ballet Academy and the Waterbury Arts Magnet School.  In High School, Kayla not only studied dance, but Musical Theater, Acting, and Choreography as well.  During her years as a competitive dancer, Kayla received over 40 1st place overall and National title recognitions.  At age 17, Kayla was awarded “Best Choreographer” for her work in “The King & I” at the annual HALO awards hosted by the Seven Angels Theater.  Her passion took her to focus on dance and choreography as she attended, on academic and talent scholarship, The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA, where she earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts.  Throughout college,  Kayla was a member of the Xhale Dance Company under the direction of Michael Susten.  After college graduation in 2013, Kayla made teaching and choreography throughout the tri-state area her full time job.  She was awarded choreography awards at competitions such as National Dance Showcase and Star Power’s National Finals.  In 2014, Kayla relocated to Los Angeles.  Since then, she’s worked for two professional dance companies, performed in a play, in addition to other dance and acting commercial work.  Kayla appeared in the “Champagne” Music Video by Charisse Mills feat. French Montana, Universal Records’ Sossee Sarkisian’ music video to be released the beginning of 2017 and Suzy and Lifeguards video “Casanova”.  Kayla’s had the privilege of dancing at venues such at the Staples Center and Madison Square Garden for “Plan B y Amigos” as well as SBS network’s annual Megaton Mundial de Polito Vega with headliners Jennifer Lopez and Pitbull.  Kayla is currently the dance anchor for the International Dance Company “Layla and the Lotus Dancers” where she performs throughout the Los Angeles and Orange County areas.  She just joined the team of judges at Impact Dance Adjudicators and will be judging at dance competitions in the 2017 competition season. Kayla is thrilled to be able to do what she’s most passionate about and hopes to continue to share her artistry with the world.

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