Rameez Karim is a Montreal based multi-dance genre choreographer, instructor and performer. He has learned from renowned Bollywood choreographers Saroj Khan,
Shampa Gopikrishna and Baba Yadav. He has also learned from celebrity choreographers in Western styles of dance including Pavan Thimmaiah, Mark Samuels & Paul Becker. Rameez has worked for/ with artists such as Marc Dupré, Mia Martina, The Bilz & Kashif, Priyanka Chopra, Diljit Dosanj and Jassi Sidhu. On screen, Rameez has
appeared in numerous music videos and films including “Ho Gayi Talli” from the Bollywood film Super Singh (2017) which has over 29 million views on YouTube. Rameez has choreographed and performed for some of Montreal’s largest festivals including Acces Asie, Taste of the Caribbean and Canada Pride. His work has been presented
locally and internationally in Lisbon, Dubai, Mexico and New York City and across Canada. Rameez’s extensive exposure to different styles of movement have allowed him to create using a vast palette rich in many forms of cultural expression. His most recent training in contemporary dance with Stéphanie Decourteille has allowed him to further
explore another realm of movement. Rameez continues to develop his own style using his diverse life experience and everyday inspirations.
I dove into the Big Bang Formation with very little knowledge about contemporary dance and technique. My experience during the program was excellent. The diversity of classes and curriculum allowed me to explore and absorb contemporary dance in its entirety while developing my own vocabulary. Stéphanie is a fantastic teacher who pays attention to detail, encourages and pushes her students to excellence. I highly recommend the Big Bang Formation for those who are looking to train intensively, challenge their bodies and open themselves to new elements of movement.