Studio Founder/Owner; Hip-Hop, Lyrical, Adult, Allstar Coach
LeAnne Musick: LeAnne followed her passion for dance since childhood. In middle school & high school, she danced with teams. Starting at 15 years old, LeAnne kept a journal of her hopes, dreams & aspirations.
Nurturing hopes of dancing professionally, she made it through rounds of being a dancer with Beyoncé’s live tour before deciding that becoming the best parent that she could be to her young daughter was most important.
LeAnne earnestly pursued her dream of starting a dance studios that would be a safe haven and creative outlet for children. In 2008, that dream became reality with the opening of Musick Studios at 411 East 2nd Street in Owensboro KY. Starting with 75 dancers during the first season, the studio has grown to a roster of 500 for 2016-2017 dance season.
LeAnne continues to place God, family and children before herself. This formula fuels her aspirations and success.
Lindsay Creager: Started dancing at the age of 5. She studied at “The Looking Glass Studio of Performing Arts” in Southern California; she performed for many years at the California Theater, with that dance company. She continued to dance through the years and was on Adolfo Camarillo High School dance/drill team. She served as an officer on that team her senior year. After moving to Clarksville, TN at the age of 19, Lindsay coached Pop Warner Cheer Leading squads for 5 years. Lindsay has worked in a professional setting even while still attending high school & through college. She has 18+ years’ experience in the administrative field and 10+ years’ experience in administrative management. Lindsay became the Office Manager of Musick Studios in 2012. Lindsay and her daughters have danced with Musick Studios for over 7 years.
Lindsay not only brings her organizational skills to Musick Studios but also her passion for dance.
Jayrolyn Oliver: Jayrolyn started her journey with competitive Figure Skating at age 7. At age 10 she began training in ballet to help drive her figure skating career. Jayrolyn soon fell in love with dance and at age 13 left Figure Skating to focus on dance. At age 14 she began assisting and teaching classes in Lyrical-Hip hop. Jayrolyn trained in many different settings including Indiana University dance intensives, and the Voice dance before creating the Lyrical program at Musick Studios. Since then she has developed the Lyrical program to over 200 dancers and created the Poetic Movement Lyrical Allstar program. Most recently, Jayrolyn has taken over the ballet program here at Musick Studios. She is excited to transform the ballet program and add her modern twist.
Justin Curry: Justin had an nontraditional start with dance. After he graduated from college and moved to Arizona, he decided to start taking dance classes when he was almost 22 years old. He became more and more interested with street styles of dance, Hip-Hop culture, and competing in the dance battle scene. Three years after he started dancing, he decided to move to South Korea to teach English at an academy and devoted the rest of his time to dancing in a nation that has risen in fame through their constant hard work. Throughout his journey, he had opportunities to learn from some originators and pioneers of Hip-Hop dance, such as: Ken Swift, Mr. Wiggles, Scoo B Doo, Link, and Bboy Erik. Justin also has learned from today’s more famous crews and studios like: Kinjaz, I.aM.mE, Movement Lifestyle, 1Million, Criminalz, and Jabbawockeez. Among all the workshops, battles, and gigs that Justin was blessed being a part of, his favorite thing is community outreach and guiding young leaders of the next generation. Besides being a part of Musick Studios, he is a member of Step X Step Dance, a company that broadcasts and celebrates dance scenes all over the world; he is still rooted with his crew Soul Squad, which started in Tucson, Arizona. They are a dance crew that practices Spiritual Outreach Using Love (S.O.U.L).
Justice Little: A long-time dancer and Allstar at our studio and a recent graduate of Owensboro High School; Justice has returned to Musick Studios as a Hip-Hop Instructor.