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Kimberly Idigpio is a professional dance artist working in the industry as a dancer, educator, choreographer, and model with 10 years of experience in educating dancers and over 20 years of dance experience. Kimberly teaches technique for all level dancers in lyrical, contemporary, show, commercial, heels, exotic and sensual dance.


She is originally from Sacramento, California. She grew up in the competition industry competing in Performing Arts, and Hiphop from a young age until her young adult years. Making the decision to leave she followed her family roots and moved to Finland in 2013 to study, and graduated with her Bachelors degree in dance pedagogy in 2016.


As a young dancer Kimberly has been training with industry names from Brian Friedman, Mia Michaels, and Wade Robson to name a few in the dance convention community. She has won countless awards, and scholarships throughout her youth. Her most memorable award was ‘Icon Of The Year’ in 2010 at Hollywood Connections Dance Convention. A high level award awarded to a dancer who the entire dance faculty has chosen to represent the city of that competition. 


Now in her career Kimberly has worked as an artist in numerous productions such as Scandinavian Dancers, Uniq Entertainment, Lumiere Production, Jokerit Dance Team, and TV Performances in Tähdet Tähdet. She has danced, been a model and performed in TV for brand commercials, and ads for different agencies in Finland. Some of her highlights in her career have been Oura Ring as a model, dancing for Redi Brand Commercial, and working as an actress in GE Health Care Commercial. 

Kimberly is most known for her numerous amount of choreography in competition pieces for dance schools and teams around Finland. Kimberly opened her own training studio KMDC in 2022. Training with her company KMDC- The Company, hosting projects, weekly classes and workshops. Currently she focuses on teaching contemporary, heels, and commercial while also coaching her performing arts competitions teams. 

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