Bianca Wilde, the Artistic Director and Founder of Kinetic Dance, has honed a specific set of dance skills through years of training, teaching and coaching experience. As a dancer herself, she attended many studios in the area and performed on competitive teams for multiple studios. She gained further experience performing in the Sacramento Ballet’s Nutcracker for six seasons.
As a college student, Bianca was accepted into Brigham Young University – Idaho’s prestigious dance baccalaureate program where emphasis was given to dance kinesiology and contemporary/modern dance. While in the dance program, Bianca performed with the University’s traveling dance company, Dance Alliance, including a summer tour of the Eastern United States.
While still a student, Bianca was hired by the University as the Artistic Director of the Collegiate Contemporary dance company, where she was responsible for the team’s choreography, practices, rehearsals and performances. Bianca is enthusiastic to provide an environment in her studio where students can learn to dance in competitive and recreational settings.
Diego Campos is a Sacramento-based performer and choreographer. His dancing experience started in his native Mexico City, where he took Mexican Folklorico dance lessons throughout his elementary and middle school years. He has danced his way to London and Perth, Scotland, where he trained with renowned faculty from several performing arts colleges in the UK, and he graduated with a BA in dance from Sacramento State University.
As a choreographer, Diego has enjoyed working with Sacramento State University’s Opera Theatre, Arizona-based company Safos Dance Theatre, and he has also created various duets and solo works presented at The Crocker Art Museum. He has taught three consecutive dance and choreography workshops in Mexico City, and he is currently part of Twopoint4 Dance Theater, a dynamic movement company which he co-directs with his good friend Tony Nguyen. Outside of the stage, Diego likes to read, help people learn Spanish, and remain thankful for the opportunity to dance his way through life.
Lexi Williams was born and raised in Cameron Park, California and she started dancing when she was three years old. She found a love for it but it was not until about 2012 that she wanted to make this a career. It was always a fun activity to stay active after school and she quit a couple of times but she always came back because the passion was so strong. Lexi just completed her Bachelors degree in Marketing at California State University, Sacramento. While in college she focused her dance studies to Hip Hop dance with Brandon Greathouse. Through Mr. Greathouse she has had many opportunities to train with The Academy of Villains, Dominic Sandoval (D-Trix), Natasha Gorrie, Morris Isby, and many more. She performed and traveled with the world-renowned painter David Garibaldi in California, Arizona, and Tennessee. She also performed at the California State Fair with Disney superstar Zendaya. Lexi is currently on two Hip Hop teams in Sacramento: The Academy of Kings and Huemen. Both teams have performed and competed at World of Dance, Carnival, Collaboration, and countless shows throughout the Sacramento area.
Lexi’s main style is Hip Hop but she has trained for many years in Jazz and Lyrical as well. She also did some ballet and tap training in her early teens. In her free time Lexi likes to train and continue to push to pursue her dream of becoming a professional dancer. One of her main goals is to travel the world being a backup dancer for huge artists such as Beyoncé or Justin Timberlake. She also wants to be involved in commercials and model in print advertisements. Lexi’s style is extremely different than most dancers. It involves mostly Hip Hop fundamentals but also shows she has jazz and lyrical technique as well. Dance has empowered Lexi to inspire others and help kids grow through life and dance.
Jessica Turcios, originally from Edgewood, Washington, started dancing at the age of three with The British Dance Company in Federal Way. She later became a teacher, choreographer, and performer who trained in various styles at Elite School of Dance in Puyallup, Washington. After much hard work and dedication while under the guidance of Deborah Hays, Jessica was awarded the lead role in the ballet, Cinderella.
Jessica studied dance at Loyola Marymount University under the direction of choreographers Rosalynde LeBlanc Loo, Telka Kostek, Mark Tomasic, Denise Leitner, and Paige Porter. She has also had the privilege of working closely with and performing works by Lillian Barbeito, Co-Artistic Director of the LA based company BODYTRAFFIC. Jessica graduated LMU with a Bachelor’s Degree in Dance and a minor in Business. It is Jessica’s goal to ultimately shape the minds of generations to come through her knowledge of the arts and business, while continuing to create a name for herself in the dance community and share her passion for dance and teaching.