Tanya Karn Joins the Charm La'Donna Dance Company As Principal Dancer
LOS ANGELES, Calif. – Acclaimed dancer/choreographer Tanya Karn is now the principal dancer of the Charm La’Donna dance company.
“From the first time I worked with her in Canada, I knew she was a choreographer I wanted to continue learning from. Her passion for dance and choreography was completely infectious,” said Karn after recently joining the company. “I would leave her rehearsals feeling incredibly inspired, and it was a feeling I wanted to experience every day. She is also one of the most sought-after choreographers in America and works with some of the biggest artists in the world. I knew that getting the opportunity to learn and grow under her guidance would be the most educational experience I could ask for in this industry.”
Charm La'Donna, who operates her namesake dance company is renowned for her work with Selena Gomez, Dua Lipa, Meghan Trainor, The Weeknd, and many others. Her company is also recognized for its choreography work behind the Kendrick Lamar’s 2018 Grammy Awards performance and his recent The Big Stepper’s World Tour.
“The best things that I bring to the table in my position are my training and experience. Charm is extremely versatile across dance styles, which means she can work for artists of any music genre and tailor the movement specifically to their vision,’ Karn said.
Karn had previously worked with the company at the 94th Annual Academy Awards earlier this year, where she performed as a principal dancer in the Encanto performance for artists Megan The Stallion, Becky G and others. She also worked with the company on The Weeknd’s recent “After Hours Til Dawn” tour, and the iHeart Radio Much Music Video Awards.
The noted dancer had also served as a choreographer and dancer on television and films such as the Nickelodeon series “Make It Pop” produced by Nick Cannon, where she served as the lead dancer in 40 episodes. Her other work includes the acclaimed Canadian Juno Music Awards, as well as TV series like “The Next Step”, “L.A. Complex,” “Warehouse 13,” “Harriet the Spy,” “Breakaway,” among others.