Aaron Turner

Aaron Turner

Convention Teacher

Aaron's Highlights

Aaron Turner graduated from the University of Southern Nevada with a B.A. in Business Music Management.  Aaron’s career in dance began in Las Vegas when he was 10 years old. He studied Ballet, Jazz, Lyrical and excelled in both Tap and Hip-Hop styles. He studied at the Bunker Dance Center, the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (NOCCA) and the Las Vegas Academy of Performing Arts. He has continued to share his knowledge with others by teaching both Tap and Hip-Hop at conventions and workshops across the country.

Aaron’s talents have been seen in dance and theater alike as he was the youngest performer to act in the Tulane Summer Lyric presentation of “West Side Story.” Aaron has performed for The Gladys’ Knight Show, Slide, Off B’Way and Stomp Out Loud. Most recently, Aaron achieved notoriety as the first “tap dancer” to make it to the Top 10 of the hit television show “So You Think You Can Dance” eventually becoming a Finalist on Season 10. Having a great love of all art forms, Aaron works in various nightclubs as a DJ and does music production and song writing, as well.

You can catch Aaron on faculty during Groove's 2019 Conventions this fall!