Will Jardell has a huge passion for dance and hopes to one day own his own studio. Will is trained in Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Contemporary, Hip Hop, and Technique. He currently teaches and choreographs in Los Angeles, California at MNR Dance Factory. If you would like to inquire about having Will come teach at your studio or event please email email@example.com.
Will Jardell is a graduate of Texas A&M University class of 2013 with a degree in Biomedical Science and minor in Art and Architecture History. Will has recently relocated to Los Angeles, California from Texas pursuing a career in dance as well as modeling. Will currently teaches and choreographs for MNR Dance Factory in Los Angeles, California teaching Jazz, Ballet, Tap, and Hip Hop as well as Company Technique classes. In 2014 he was flown out to LA to be a finalist on America’s Next Top Model Cycle 21 reality competition Hosted by Tyra Banks. Will placed first runner-up in the competition. Since the show, Will has made appearances and modeled for various clients throughout the US. Will Jardell began dancing at a young age in Nederland, Texas where he was a member of Keely Jardell’s School of Dance under the direction of his mom, Keely Jardell. While a member there he trained in contemporary, lyrical, jazz, tap, ballet, hip-hop, and clogging. Will participated on the KJSD Competition Team receiving numerous National Championship titles in 2007, 2008, and 2009. In 2009, Keely Jardell’s School of Dance was ranked as the #3 dance studio in the state of Texas by Dance Spirit Magazine. Will began dancing at Texas A&M University as a member of Dance Arts Society and Fade to Black Dance Ensemble. Will served as secretary of Dance Arts Society for one year and vice-president for two years. He has also taught jazz, hip-hop, and contemporary for Texas A&M students in Dance Arts Society. Over the past five years he has choreographed numerous times for Dance Arts Society as well as Fade to Black Dance Ensemble. In 2013 and 2014, Will was a lead instructor and choreographer for Expressions Dance and Music in College Station, Texas. Will choreographed many top overall winning routines in his short time there and also created the studios first ever regional champion dance production routine. Will not only choreographed but also taught classes as well as private lessons with many of his students. Will founded and organized Texas A&M’s first ever dance convention, Dance Aggieland, where he taught students from all across the state of Texas. Dance Aggieland is now in its 4th year and hosts around 200 dancers from all over the state and teachers from all over the country. Will has been able to travel and choreograph for numerous studios and competition teams throughout the country. Will hopes to continue his love of dance by opening his own studio in his home state of Texas.