After a successful international career Sarah has returned to Australia to continue developing her choreography. As a dancer Sarah was often employed due to her choreographic talent and has worked with well-known choreographers and directors in a collaborative manner. She recently choreographed “Enter the Vortex” for Marko Panzic’s The Dream Dance Company.
Other Choreographic credits include the opening ceremony of the 2011 Arab Games (David Atkins Enterprises), Sytycd Uk & Australia season 1, 2 & 3, Dance Academy ABC, Giggle and Hoot ABC 3, Puberty Blues Ten, Mayor International Congress Awards representing Sydney Dance Company & many corporate engagements.
Sarah spent two years living in Las Vegas, where she had the amazing opportunity of working in the Celine Dion show “A New Day”, working with great names such as Mia Micheal’s and Franco Dragone.”
Marko Panzic is a Creative Director, Choreographer, Producer & Dancer. In 2008 Marko hit our TV screens in the 1st series of
“So You Think You Can Dance” where he was a top 20 finalist. Marko returned for the 2nd, 3rd & 4th series as a featured choreographer.
As a performer his credits include; The Aria Awards, The Logies, Dance Captain for “Fame” The Musical Australian Tour 2010, Urban Music Awards, Australian Idol Grand Final, X Factor, Live to Dance TVC, The Voice Australia, World Latin Ballroom Championships, MTV, “Goddess” The Movie. He also Assisted Jason Gilkison in Los Angeles for So You Think You Can Dance USA.
Marko has worked with many of the finest recording Artists including Robin Thicke, Ricky Martin, Jason Derulo, Ricki-Lee,
Jessica Mauboy, Kylie Minogue, Danni Minogue will.i.am, Geri Halliwell, DJ Havana Brown, Kelly Rowland, Sam Sparro, Little Mix,
Delta Goodrem, Justice Crew, Dami Im, Wynter Gordon, Jessica Sutta (Former PussyCat Doll), Olivia Newton-John, Seal, Joel Madden, Rudimental, Natalie Bassingthwaighte, Jade MacRae, Gin Wigmore, The McClymonts, Short Stack, The Collective, Elen Levon,
Samantha Jade, Che’nelle, Anthony Callea, Cosima DeVito, Prinnie, Vanessa Amorosi, David Campbell and Paulini.
He has provided choreography for The Voice Australia, The Voice Kids Australia, Australia’s Got Talent, Australia’s Next Top Model, EUROVISION 2014, ABC3 Launch, Logie award winning TV Show “Dance Academy” series 1, 2 & 3 ABC, X Factor Australia,
AACTA Awards 2016, Junior Eurovision 2015, Napoleon Perdis Cosmetics, Rimmel Cosmetics, Eurovision SBS special 2010,
Australian Idol TVC, Samsung TVC, Australian Dance Awards, So You Think You Can Dance Australia, Saturday Disney, Sunrise,
The Morning Show, AFL Footy Show, NRL Footy Show, Australia’s Funniest Home Video’s, Young Talent Time,
Cleo Bachelor Of The Year Awards, Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards, Covergirl Australia, Optus Launch, Volvo V40 Launch. Cosmopolitan Of The Year Awards, Who Magazine, Sony Music Australia.
Marko Panzic has Creatively Directed DJ HAVANA BROWNS support act production for CHRIS BROWN “F.A.M.E” Tour 2011, ENRIQUE IGLESIAS “Euphoria” Tour 2011 and PITBULL & TAIO CRUZ “Planet Pit” Australian Tour 2012.
Marko Panzic’s recent work has seen him choreograph many of Australia’s top music video’s and platinum selling songs including:
“We Run The Night” Havana Brown, “Raining Diamonds”, “Crazy” & “Do It Like That” Ricki-Lee, “Pop A Bottle” &
“Can I Get A Moment” Jessica Mauboy.
Marko Panzic was named Artistic Director of “The Australian Dance Festival” held at Sydney Olympic Park 2012 – Present.
Marko returned to our TV screens in the Channel Ten Show “Everybody Dance Now” working along side International Superstar
Kelly Rowland as her Dance Captain.
In 2013 Marko travelled to JAPAN for Ricki Lee’s “Fear & Freedom” Promo Tour. Performing in Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka and at ASTRO HALL in Harajuku.
Marko was appointed by Shine Australia to the role of PERFORMANCE PRODUCER on the Australian version of the hit TV shows “THE VOICE” Season 2 & 3 & “THE VOICE KIDS” Season 1 for Network Nine.
In 2014 Marko was selected to travel to Copenhagen, Denmark to choreograph & stage Australia’s special guest performance at EUROVISION featuring the very talented Jessica Mauboy. In 2016 Marko joined the creative team as choreographer for DAMI IM’S historic moment coming 2nd for EUROVISION 2016.
Marko also is the Artistic Director of Australia’s first commercial dance company The Dream Dance Company. In 2015 the company created there first work “GENESIS” choreographed by Marko Panzic & Stephen Tannos. The company performed in Sydney, Gold Coast, Newcastle & Hobart. In 2016 Marko collaborated with world renowned choreographer Candace Brown to create “The Secret Society” for the company.
in 2016 Marko was appointed as Senior Music & Performance Producer for Australia’s Got Talent Season 8.
Jason Winters, originally from the U.S. has had a long and lustrous career. Not just as a world class dancer for The Walt Disney World Company, Tokyo Disney, Radio City Music Hall, and The Mia Michaels company RAW, but also as an associate choreographer for shows On and Off Broadway, Cirque de Soleil, and So You Think You Can Dance US & Canada to name just a few.
Currently as one of the most sought after teachers & adjudicators, Mr. Winters faculty positions have included The Joffrey School, Broadway Dance Centre, STEPS on Broadway, Amsterdam Dance Centre, The American Dance Awards, Sydney Dance Company, The Australian Dance Festival, DanceLife Unite, Get the Beat Asia, The West Coast Dance Festival, & The Brisbane Eisteddfod.
Jason has worked as choreographer for Australian television on So You Think You Can Dance, Dance Academy, and You Are the One, as well as music artists The Veronicas, BROADHURST, Emma Louise, Fractures, and Brad Cox. In 2012 this lead him to create the first international comprehensive Contemporary Syllabus in the world, sold exclusively through CSTD, Australia.
Followed in 2016 by the ground breaking Youth Contemporary Dance program ‘The Movement’. In 2018 Jason became a certified Hatha Yoga instructor at The Practice in Canggu, Indonesia. Mr. Winters is currently director of TheWintersExperience for the Full Time training program at The Next Step Performing Arts Professional in Sydney, AU.