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Waterfall Dancers

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De La Salle College , Triq San Dwardu, Il-Birgu, Malta  

+356 9982 3093 Peter Ray Portelli

+356 9982 3093

waterfallmalta@gmail.com

General Information

In 1995, Clifford Portelli and Peter Ray Portelli founded the first Street Dance crew in Malta.    Over the years, they have taken part in the Battle of Respect; The Malta International Dance Festival; The Bay Music Awards, performing with Kristina Casolani, DJ Ruby, Rebecca Dafter and DJ Toby; The Goldwell Awards; Notte Bianca; Indifest; Beerfest; Birgufest and Malta Summer HitSong. In 2007, Waterfall Dancers and Mandy's Dance Academy co-produced Shakespeare's Romeo, as well as supported the performers from the well-known programme ‘Amici’, who came to Malta in 2008.    In 2010, Waterfall Dancers were part of the opening act for Akon's concert in Malta. Additionally, they appeared on several local television programmes and were the resident dancers of ‘Kalamita’ for two years, finalists on ‘I.D’ in 2009 and in 2011, eight dancers from the crew were chosen on ‘Starmakers’, participating in intensive workshops from professional foreign dancers. Four Waterfall Dancers made it to the finals and one won an open scholarship at the Pineapple Dance Studios in London. ...

In 1995, Clifford Portelli and Peter Ray Portelli founded the first Street Dance crew in Malta. 

 

Over the years, they have taken part in the Battle of Respect; The Malta International Dance Festival; The Bay Music Awards, performing with Kristina Casolani, DJ Ruby, Rebecca Dafter and DJ Toby; The Goldwell Awards; Notte Bianca; Indifest; Beerfest; Birgufest and Malta Summer HitSong. In 2007, Waterfall Dancers and Mandy's Dance Academy co-produced Shakespeare's Romeo, as well as supported the performers from the well-known programme ‘Amici’, who came to Malta in 2008. 

 

In 2010, Waterfall Dancers were part of the opening act for Akon's concert in Malta. Additionally, they appeared on several local television programmes and were the resident dancers of ‘Kalamita’ for two years, finalists on ‘I.D’ in 2009 and in 2011, eight dancers from the crew were chosen on ‘Starmakers’, participating in intensive workshops from professional foreign dancers. Four Waterfall Dancers made it to the finals and one won an open scholarship at the Pineapple Dance Studios in London. 

 

In 2012, Waterfall Dancers were co-choreographers and official dancers for the D.R.E.A.M.S live show in Malta and Gozo, and in 2011, they competed in Ragusa, Sicily and placed first from all the crews and the showdance. 

 

In August 2013 the Dancers began their journey to the Urban Dance Camp in Germany, and were introduced to four foreign choreographers; Chris Martin, Jawn Ha, Kapella Mama and Lyle Beniga.

 

In 2014, two choreographers from the school took part in the Battle of Respect, and the Waterfall Dancers were even proud guests of the Junior Eurovision and the Malta Eurovision Song Contests.



Peter and his dance crew are working on more shows and competitions, both locally and abroad, but most importantly; Waterfall Dancers will be constantly working towards keeping teens off the streets by introducing them to dance, whilst preserving the hip-hop culture and real street dance in Malta. 

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De La Salle College , Triq San Dwardu, Il-Birgu, Malta  

+356 9982 3093 Peter Ray Portelli
waterfallmalta@gmail.com

+356 9982 3093

General Information

In 1995, Clifford Portelli and Peter Ray Portelli founded the first Street Dance crew in Malta. 

 

Over the years, they have taken part in the Battle of Respect; The Malta International Dance Festival; The Bay Music Awards, performing with Kristina Casolani, DJ Ruby, Rebecca Dafter and DJ Toby; The Goldwell Awards; Notte Bianca; Indifest; Beerfest; Birgufest and Malta Summer HitSong. In 2007, Waterfall Dancers and Mandy's Dance Academy co-produced Shakespeare's Romeo, as well as supported the performers from the well-known programme ‘Amici’, who came to Malta in 2008. 

 

In 2010, Waterfall Dancers were part of the opening act for Akon's concert in Malta. Additionally, they appeared on several local television programmes and were the resident dancers of ‘Kalamita’ for two years, finalists on ‘I.D’ in 2009 and in 2011, eight dancers from the crew were chosen on ‘Starmakers’, participating in intensive workshops from professional foreign dancers. Four Waterfall Dancers made it to the finals and one won an open scholarship at the Pineapple Dance Studios...

In 1995, Clifford Portelli and Peter Ray Portelli founded the first Street Dance crew in Malta. 

 

Over the years, they have taken part in the Battle of Respect; The Malta International Dance Festival; The Bay Music Awards, performing with Kristina Casolani, DJ Ruby, Rebecca Dafter and DJ Toby; The Goldwell Awards; Notte Bianca; Indifest; Beerfest; Birgufest and Malta Summer HitSong. In 2007, Waterfall Dancers and Mandy's Dance Academy co-produced Shakespeare's Romeo, as well as supported the performers from the well-known programme ‘Amici’, who came to Malta in 2008. 

 

In 2010, Waterfall Dancers were part of the opening act for Akon's concert in Malta. Additionally, they appeared on several local television programmes and were the resident dancers of ‘Kalamita’ for two years, finalists on ‘I.D’ in 2009 and in 2011, eight dancers from the crew were chosen on ‘Starmakers’, participating in intensive workshops from professional foreign dancers. Four Waterfall Dancers made it to the finals and one won an open scholarship at the Pineapple Dance Studios in London. 

 

In 2012, Waterfall Dancers were co-choreographers and official dancers for the D.R.E.A.M.S live show in Malta and Gozo, and in 2011, they competed in Ragusa, Sicily and placed first from all the crews and the showdance. 

 

In August 2013 the Dancers began their journey to the Urban Dance Camp in Germany, and were introduced to four foreign choreographers; Chris Martin, Jawn Ha, Kapella Mama and Lyle Beniga.

 

In 2014, two choreographers from the school took part in the Battle of Respect, and the Waterfall Dancers were even proud guests of the Junior Eurovision and the Malta Eurovision Song Contests.



Peter and his dance crew are working on more shows and competitions, both locally and abroad, but most importantly; Waterfall Dancers will be constantly working towards keeping teens off the streets by introducing them to dance, whilst preserving the hip-hop culture and real street dance in Malta. 

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