With a partnership of more than 19 years and an enormous passion for dance, Melvin and Sharon have made strides in propelling the Dancesport scene in Singapore.
13th-Times undefeated National and Asian Dancesport Champions, Melvin and Sharon have represented Singapore in all major DanceSport Championships. Travelling to Australia, China, Germany, Italy, Latvia, Russia, Slovakia and many others to train and to represent Singapore. In 2007, they represented Singapore in the 2nd Asian Indoor Games held in Macau, China and the 24th SEA Games held in Thailand, emerging 4th amongst other Southeast Asian powerhouses. Together, they are also remembered as the Grand Finalist for Singapore's biggest dance competition broadcasted live on national tv, The Dance Floor back in 2007.
YOUNGEST DANCESPORT ATHLETE
TO REPRESENT SINGAPORE
Starting at the tender age of 9, Melvin Tan has represented Singapore in numerous Championships worldwide. He recognises how Dancesport can be the best form of enrichment in one's life to develop facets of themselves they never knew.
With over a decade worth of experience, Melvin has developed distinctive qualities which makes his teaching technique so successful. In training children, youths and adults at all levels of artistic learning, he is one of the top candidates in harnessing a good sense of musicality and rhythm in everyone.
BRINGING SINGAPORE'S TALENTS TO INTERNATIONAL HEIGHTS
She started dancing back in her varsity days at the National University of Singapore with the Social Dance Club. With a strong affinity with the art of Dance, she leapt into a life-changing dedication to competitive Latin and ballroom dancing.
In a brief time, she had propelled herself from beginner to virtuoso. Sharon's commitment to Dancesport and her vivacity as a professional dancer reflects in the numerous international competitions which she has represented Singapore. Her understanding of both the technicalities of dance and storytelling with movement distinguishes her success rate as an instructor for Championship hopefuls.