Vivake Khamsingsavath

Vivake Khamsingsavath (Vive) is a Laotian-American dancer, teacher, and choreographer living in Brooklyn. He studied dance at Binghamton University, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in English. Vive has toured across the globe as a teacher and performer. In 2012, he decided to focus his work in New York City and has since performed at notable venues including The Shed, Lincoln Center, Radio City Music Hall, Carnegie Hall, Broadway at Bryant Park and Mercedes Benz Fashion Week. Vive has appeared on the Today Show, The View and Good Morning America. He was listed as one of the “Hottest Men in Dance” by The Huffington Post, and he was featured in campaigns for W Hotels, VISA, Nintendo and Sears. Vive served as choreographer for The US Open, Bravo TV, Bloomingdales, PUMAxMaybelline, NARS Cosmetics, Lululemon, and TNT’s “I Am The Night.” Vive is director at Dance United, an arts organization that provides cultural dance workshops to underserved public schools across New York City. Vive joined Battery Dance Company in 2019, and since then has led Mindful Movement classes, Battery’s free self-care classes for medical professionals during the pandemic, as well as Dancing to Connect in Canada and India.