Iván Marrero is a choreographer, dancer and dance teacher specialized in urban styles. His teaching activity focuses on giving students the necessary tool for the freestyle modality, as well as the implementation of games and exercises to develop the creative abilities of students and promote the development of their own choreographic conception. Iván has directed different competition teams and has been awarded several prizes, among which the 1st prize of the couples category of the Dancep Up 2019 or the Golden Granada of the contest 'el médano has talent'. His last outstanding participation has been in the Mediaset Got Talent program In addition to teaching, Iván specializes in choreographic creation and artistic direction, having directed several projects of the production company Bravo Espectáculos or directed artistic ideas for video clips, singers and events.
Jordana was born in Tenerife and attended Wingate School (2000-2010), whilst training in musical theatre, drama and dance at Estrellas Theatre School, AMAE (Academia de Música y Artes en Escena) and Ritmania. At the age of sixteen, Jordana was offered a place at the prestigious Tring Park School for the Performing Arts (UK) to study musical theatre in conjunction with studying 4 A-Levels. A First Class Honours degree in Music from Cardiff University followed, whilst also performing with the BBC National Chorus of Wales (2012-2014) for various events including First Night of the Proms (2014).
Her first job following University was as a Children’s Entertainer and Vocalist for Siblu Holiday Parks in Brittany, France (2015). Following this, Jordana returned to the UK to work as a Vocalist and Entertainment Host for Warner Leisure Hotels at their historic Littlecote House Hotel. It was during this time that she was offered a contract as Vocalist and Entertainment Host by Cruise and Maritime Voyages (CMV) on their flagship the MV Magellan, which she accepted and was fortunate to enjoy the destinations offered on the World Cruise itinerary the ship travelled from Janaury 2017, whilst learning 30 different shows. In 2018, Jordana took part in the launch of CMV’s new flagship the MV Columbus, and subsequently became Head Vocalist in charge of training her team vocally for the variety of shows they had to learn on the 2018 World Cruise.
After arriving home to Tenerife in September 2018, Jordana was thrilled to return to Estrellas as part of the team, teaching private singing (LAMDA Musical Theatre syllabus) and main school Drama. After an exciting first year, she looks forward to the fabulous performances still to come from the children at Estrellas Theatre School!
Terri-Anne starting dancing at the age of 13, which started out as a weekend hobby and quickly turned into her passion. She started learning hip-hop and this quickly led to her learning other dance styles and taking her dance exams. She complimented this helping our as a teacher's dance assistant on Saturdays. Terri-Anne attended Vamos A Bailar Dance Academy until the age of 18 where she took her IDTA exams in freestyle, ballet, tap and modern.
She went on to become a magicians assistant in a well known show in Tenerife befire working in the prestigious Showtime Live where she performed magical illusions, sang, danced and acted during two years.
Terri-Anne´s love of dance and being able to teach younger children has made her the ideal candidate to work in Estrellas Theatre School as a dance teacher.
Musical Theatre Coach
Danielle grew up in Warrington, Cheshire. She studied music and theatre from a very young age. In 2016, Danielle graduated from the University of Central Lancashire with a BA (hons) degree in Musical Theatre. She performed all around the UK in musicals during her training, including the Jermyn Street Theatre in London. She also toured the UK and South of France as part of the UCLan chamber choir.
Professionally Danielle has worked as a solo vocalist around the UK, performing at various venues and events. She has taught drama and singing in schools in the UK at both secondary and primary level and has also directed numerous school/college shows. Danielle first moved to Tenerife in 2017 for 6 months as a performer, touring the Canary Islands. Before moving back as a performer in Tenerife she worked at a Modelling and Casting Agency in the UK, supplying artists for Film & TV; organising the photography and castings.
She is very excited to be working with the Estrellas team and to have the opportunity to coach young children.
Jodie started dancing at the age of 5, training in ballet and tap and in later years jazz, modern and theatre craft at the Angela Beardmores School of Dance with IDTA (International Dance Teachers Association) and also the BBO (British Ballet Organisation). Following on at the age of 18 she started to train full time at Steelworks dance college Stoke where she also gained her British Ballet Organisation teaching qualification. Jodie has taught since the age of 15 all styles of dance specifically focusing on ballet, stretch & conditioning.
In her professional career Jodie first started here in Tenerife working as a dancer before moving over to Cyprus where she spent 2 years as a dance captain before moving on to be entertainments manager. Later on she performed in several venues in paphos.
After returning to Tenerife Jodie is excited to become part of the Estrellas team.