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Khaleah London is a dancer, choreographer, instructor and actress that graduated summa cum laude from California State University, Long Beach, with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in dance.


Khaleah London / LAYERS contemporary works were featured in New York City's premiere venues including: Lincoln Center, Symphony Space, Alvin Ailey Citigroup Theater, and the historic CunninghamTheater.  Ms. London was guest-curated by eminent dance critic, Valerie Gladstone, for the Museum of Art and Design and Emelin Theater. Ms. London teaches workshops at Yale University, and is a former faculty member of Ballet Hispanico and Long Island University.


In 2009, Khaleah London / LAYERS debuted internationally contemporary solo work, at the renowned, Kaay Fecc Festival, in Dakar, Senegal. The premiere became a catalyst, to a continuous connection, to the continent of Africa. Ms. London taught a one month contemporary dance residency in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, at the International School of Ballet Irene Tassembedo -  EDIT - for the international dance intensive SIDO. The following year, Ms. London participated in the first annual Ouagadougou International Dance Festival, with concert performances of her repertoire, and instructed contemporary technique classes. Spring 2015, Khaleah London / LAYERS premiered in a tour, for the Essonne Dance Festival, in Paris, France, and instructed contemporary dance workshops.


Concluding 2015 – 2016, president of CIOFF- Haiti ®, official partner of UNESCO - Yvrose Green extended the invitation to Ms. London, to choreograph and perform, a contemporary solo - along with the distinguished OTRAH 30 piece orchestra - at the CARIFESTA opening ceremony - which included global renowned songstress Emeline Michel, and a welcoming address from the President, Michel Martelly. From Ms. London's extensive contemporary work in West Africa, she notably received an invitation to the United Nations on Cultural Diplomacy and Multilinguism.

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