Madeline Asadoorian began dancing at the age of 3 years old. Madeline has trained in many different styles of dance such as ballet, pointe, jazz, modern, contemporary, lyrical, hip hop, tap, musical theater, and African. She trained from the age of three to eighteen years old at The Dance Studio of Fresno in Fresno, California. Along with the faculty at her studio, Madeline has also worked with over 60 professional dancers, choreographers, producers, and actors including Stacey Tookey, Mia Michaels, Travis Wall, Peter Chu, Andrew Winghart, Mark Meismer, Dee Caspary, and many more.
Throughout Madeline’s years dancing she won numerous titles as a soloist and a group member on The Dance Studio of Fresno’s Extreme Edge Elite Competition Team. This includes being a vital member in the winning of The Dance Award’s Studio of the Year 2015, First Place Overall Ensembles at Youth America Grand Prix, while also placing Top 10 soloist at competitions such as Jump, Nuvo, 24/7, NYCDA, KAR, West Coast Dance Explosion, and many others. Some of her judge’s choice specialty awards for her ballet, pointe, and contemporary solos include the “Legs for Days Award”, “Outstanding Technique”, and Breakout Artist Scholarship at Break the Floor Productions. Madeline also worked extensively with her ballet trainer to compete yearly with a pointe and contemporary solo at Youth America Grand Prix. During her time at the Dance Studio of Fresno, Madeline filmed for the show Dance Moms and took 3rd place with her solo.
Along with her time as a competitive dancer and a soloist at her dance studio, Madeline also was a member of the Varsity Pep Team at San Joaquin Memorial High school. While on the Varsity Pep Team, Madeline participated in the Russell Bowl, Holiday Bowl, Universal Studios Parade, and Big Bay Balloon Parade.
Madeline was accepted into the UC Santa Barbara Dance Major is now a member of the UCSB Dance Team.