Children of Indigo is a Dallas based band formed in the Fall of 2014. The music blends styles of rock, hip hop, soul, funk and blues to bring an original, yet reminiscent sound. The energy they bring to their live
performances have been compared to The Doors, Jimmy Hendrix, and the Rolling Stones. There's so much more that could be said, but the music speaks for it's self.
Children of Indigo
could turn her circus art to more than
a hobby until she found the Lone Star Circus. She fell in love with the artists, community and the atmosphere. Treviño loves the welcoming, encouraging, treat everyone like family attitude they have and she has hopes to take her performances world wide.
Tricia Treviño is 28 years old and she has been training in aerial silks for the last 8 months at the Lone Star Circus School based in Addison, TX. She has always loved the circus since she was a little girl and finds inspiration in the magic of Cirque du Soleil performances. She had no idea she
where she also served as costume mistress. In addition to dancing, Michelle has appeared as a featured actress in many local and nationwide commercials and print advertising, including McDonalds and Qdoba Mexican Grill. With a duo passion for performing and education, she has taught for privately owned dance studios and numerous master classes throughout the United States, Debbie Allen Summer Intensive, and San Antonio Summer Dance Enrichment. Michelle spent her first year with Dallas Independent School District as the head of the Dance Department at W. W. Samuell High School, where she taught Modern, Ballet, Jazz, African, Hip-Hop, Capoeira and Latin dance forms.
Michelle Zada Hall, a native of Columbus, Ohio, received her early dance training at BalletMet of Columbus and then went on to earn a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance Education, with a minor in Physical Education from the Ohio State University. She received additional training through the Alvin Ailey Summer Intensive program and by attending many conferences such as the International Association of Blacks in Dance and the Black College Dance Exchange. Her thirteen year professional performing career includes dancing as a member of Philadanco’s second company “D/2”, Lula Washington Dance Theatre, Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble and most recently, five seasons with Dallas Black Dance Theatre,
style of music is metaphoric, refreshing and keeps you thinking. You can find Joey the Bull on many cyphers and hear him on radio stations around the world.
Joey's personal style has changed and grown tremendously over the years. His style of Hip-Hop is what this generation needs. He's clean, verbal and he's most definitely lyrical. His
Joey the Bull
Kenny G and Diana Ross. He has been a dedicated volunteer with many non profits, The Boy Scouts, The Urban League, The Steve and Marjorie Harvey Foundation's Mentoring program and with various school districts across the United States. His greatest passion is for Big Brothers and Big Sisters of America where he often travels to speak and entertain at various events.
Richmond Punch is a violin virtuoso who delivers a riveting, dynamic, explosive and powerful performance. He is a graduate of Juilliard and earned a master's degree from Yale University. Mr. Punch plays everything from classical music to jazz, hip hop and gospel. He has toured in Paris, France and recently performed in Los Angeles at a Gala for Idina Menzel (Vocalist from Disney's Frozen). Mr. Punch has also played back up for
is now teaching dance from pre-K to 8th grade students at Parish Episcopal School in Farmers Branch, TX. In addition, Carina is certified to teach aerial fabric from Vault Aerial Arts. Accordingly, she is teaching adults and kids aerial silks at Lone Star Circus School and Vertical Fitness Dallas. Carina continues to fulfill her goals as a performer and is determined to become the best she can be as a dancer and aerialist.
Carina Torres is originally from Dallas, TX and a graduate with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Dance at Sam Houston State University (SHSU) in Huntsville, TX. Former high school graduate from the prestigious Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts (BTWHSPVA) in Dallas, TX. She performed professionally as a founding member for two years with Nicolay Dance Works company. As a returning artist to the DFW area, she