Local Choreographer Tapped For Express Dance Team

Siena Browning-Morgan is the new choreographer for the Windsor Express Dance Team. Contributed photo.

Siena Browning-Morgan is the new choreographer for the Windsor Express Dance Team. Contributed photo.

By Shalece Daniels

(WINDSOR, ON) – The Windsor Express revamped the entire dance team starting with the recruitment of Siena Browning-Morgan to choreograph dances for the 2013-2014 season.

Dartis Willis, President and CEO said, “Bottom line, we listen to our fans. They said they wanted a higher level of dance we went out and got it for them. Siena came highly recommended. Initially, I was impressed by her resume but, when I saw her in action, I thought ‘Now, this is what Windsor deserves.'”

After 3 auditions, Siena was chosen out of 2 other candidates. When informed of the decision, Siena responded, “I am stoked to be the head choreographer of The Windsor Express Dance Team this year! I have a unique style and an excellent team to show it off.”

Browning-Morgan was born in Windsor and is a passionate, aspiring dancer and choreographer. Siena is currently an undergraduate Dance and Nutrition major student at Wayne State University in Detroit where she studies Modern, Ballet, and African dance, STOTT Pilates, and Nutrition and Health courses under the direction of a highly talented and respected faculty. She was also a member of To Sangana; Wayne State’s African Dance Company this past year.

She began dancing at J&L Dance Force at the age of six and she’s loved it ever since. Since then, Siena has studied Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Hip-Hop, Contemporary, and Pointe at Edmunds Towers School of Dance in Windsor.

Siena is also a graduate of Walkerville’s Centre for the Creative Arts, where she obtained a Specialist High Skills Major in Dance as well as a Dance Merit Award for her outstanding achievements throughout her four years in the program.


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