Kevin Malone

Adult Program Faculty

Kevin Thomas Malone, a native of Washington, DC,Founding Artistic Director / Artist Development Coach for ktm eXtremes dance project as well as is currently Artistic Advisor/Resident Choreographer at the Dance Institute Of Washington. Kevin has taught extensively including Anthony Burrell Breaking Barriers, Dance 4 Life in Wilmington, Delaware , Adjunct Professor George Mason University , Jyla’s School of Dance, Metropolitan School of The Arts, Katherine Smith Contemporary Dance Ensemble, Dance Institute of Washington (DIW), Georgetown University,Detroit Public Schools, DC Public Schools and Ballet Nouveau. Kevin has choreographed contemporary ballet solos for dancers representing the Ukraine and the U.S who competed in the 2006 International Ballet competition and the Youth America Grand Prix. A graduate of the Duke Ellington School of the Arts (DESA) and the University of the Arts with a BFA in modern dance. Kevin has had additional training at the Ailey School, the Washington School of Ballet Kevin danced professionally with Adrian Bolton Dance Company, Adrian Vincent James DC Gypsy’s, Mike Malone Everyman Street Theater, DC Contemporary Dance Theater, Lloyd Whitmore New World Dance Company and Melanie Stewart Dance Company He was also a principal company member with Liz Lerman Dance Exchange and Philadanco, touring the U.S., Europe, Canada, Asia and the Caribbean, and taught for the Rock School of the Pennsylvania Ballet, Alvin Ailey Dance Camp, DESA and Ballet Royale Academy. Kevin served as Associate Artistic Director for the Bermuda Dance Company and DIW. Kevin also served as a guest Master Teacher for Olga Tozyiakova’s Ballet Studio #7. Most recently Kevin has had his choreography featured globally in festivals in Amsterdam,China and Hong Kong. His choreography ranges from Neo Classical Ballet, Traditional Modern Rooted In Black Dance Experience , Contemporary Modern, Commercial Jazz and Text & Movement. He enjoys sowing Artistic Seeds while Pouring into the lives of others.