Conor Davis has trained extensively in many genres of the performing arts and has had the pleasure of performing
in Dublin, London, and Lisbon throughout this time. Beginning at the age of 16 he began to take street dance classes,
with this his love and interest for dance grew and before he knew it he was standing at a ballet bare doing plies,
leaping across the studio training in jazz and reaching beyond his limits in contemporary. His first experience
of professional, full time training was in Sallynoggin College, Dublin, where he spent 2 years honing in on his
technique and training in ballet, jazz and contemporary as well as getting familiar with the musical theatre world
taking classes in singing and acting. He successfully completed this course and gained a Certificate in Performing Arts.
With a keen interest in improving his training even more he then went on to train at Stella Mann College of Performing Arts in the UK for a further three years, graduating with a Diploma in Professional Dance. Whilst there, his range of studies included ballet, contemporary, jazz, commercial dance, tap, musical theatre, acting and singing. All of these subjects being thought by teachers with countless experience both on London’s West End and much further afield. During his time in the UK he gained invaluable experiences and performed in the likes of London’s Olympia Stadium, The Dorchester Hotel and Resorts World, Birmingham.
From the very beginning, Conor has always had a particular love for choreography and teaching and has specialised in creating urban contemporary and street jazz based choreography. Conor loves to be able to use what he has learnt throughout his training to combine various styles together and create something unique. But what he loves most of all is to be able to share and enjoy this with anybody interested in taking his classes.