Adrian Eitzen

Adrian has been dancing since the age of four, after watching his
sisters from the doorway of the studio. He has trained and competed in
jazz, tap, ballet, lyrical, musical theatre, hip hop, contemporary, and
improvisation technique. Adrian has won many awards and scholarships for
multiple dance conventions and workshops throughout his time competing.
Adrian's passion for dance is evident in his performances and
choreographic works.

Adrian has had the opportunity to train and perform with a number of
companies including Kalos Collectives, EmiMotion, TOES for Dance and the
Andrew Prashad Collective. He also presented works in the Waterloo
Choreographer's Ball, the Michael House Benefit Gala, and Big Brothers
Big Sisters of Guelph Gala. Adrian has also trained and performed
internationally with the Chicago Human Rhythm Project, the Dubrovnik Tap
Festival in Croatia, and as a member of the Canadian National Tap Team,
competing at the IDO World Tap Dance Championship in Germany. He can
also be seen as a principal dancer in Craig Cardiff's 'Love is Louder'
music video.

Adrian has also been performing in theatre since a young age, with
community theatre companies across south-western Ontario. He is a
recurring workshop teacher at dance studios in the area as well,
engaging a variety of age groups in different styles of dance.

Adrian is currently attending the University of Waterloo in pursuit of
an Honours Bachelor of Applied Sciences in Nanotechnology Engineering.
There, he is also a dancer and choreographer with the University of
Waterloo Dance Company, with whom he has won various awards for both his
performance and choreography.

Adrian continues to grow as a dancer and cultivate his passions for
choreography and teaching. He is excited to join the IN.MOTION family,
and work with new dancers and choreographers who share his passion. He
hopes to make a difference in the lives of all he meets.