/choreography

Andrew Winghart



Andrew Winghart is a Los Angeles-based director and choreographer known for his unique and high-energy compositions. Most recently his work can be seen in Solange's 'When I Get Home' album film, MUSE's 'Simulation Theory World Tour,' and Cirque du Soleil's 'One Night for One Drop.' In 2018 he both choreographed and performed in Lorde's critically acclaimed 'Melodrama World Tour' on its North American arena run. Some of his other recent work includes Khalid's 'Roxy Tour,' the 2017 Academy Awards Moana Performance, Lorde's 'Melodrama World Tour' (Europe/Australia/New Zealand leg), Lorde at the 2017 MTV VMAs, SYTYCD, the 'Powered by Pride PSA' for Equinox, as well as numerous commercials.

In February 2017 his dance concept video 'Cry Me a River,' earned him a feature in Time Magazine's online publication and garnered more than eight million views across platforms. Originally from Wisconsin, Andrew attended the University of Southern California on a full-tuition academic scholarship. His clear and dynamic viewpoint continues to solidify his position as a next generation talent in the dance community.


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