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Rikkai Scott

RIKKAI SCOTT

ARTISTIC DIRECTOR / PERFORMER

Born and raised in Bermuda, Rikkai Scott was introduced to dance at aged four through dance school, training tap and hip hop at United Dance Productions. After a long performance period with United Dance Productions school, Rikkai became student Tap teacher during his early stage of his dance career. 

Rikkai continued to explore his passion for tap dance and performed Tap solo works as opening act for Beyonce and Alicia Keys concert at National Stadium in Bermuda, Zeta Jones Concert  in collaboration with drum musician Ivan Outerbridge and selected by Bermuda Cultural Affairs to perform his  tap solo We Move Lightly at the Carifesta Festival in Barbados. 

In 2009, Rikkai moved to London to complete his studies with a full time scholarship at London Contemporary Dance School and graduated with a BA (Hons) degree in Fine Arts.

Since then Rikkai has worked as company artist with Amsterdam based De Kiss Moves Fusion Dance Company. He has performed with Avant Garde Dance, Boy Blue Entertainment, Michaela Cisarikova Dance Collective, Jean Aberu Dance and Motionhouse. 

Rikkai is known for his signature style of dance theatre combining Tap, Hip Hop and Contemporary elements of humour to present the everyday in revealing ways, on-and off-stage. His focus is on making difference using his real life experiences to drive narratives. 

His choreography dates from 2016 when he founded Rhythmflow. Rikkai's first site specific piece Watch This Space was commissioned by Artists 4 Artists as part of a work in progress showcase at Redbridge Drama Centre, Heritage A Users Manual Festival at South Bank Centre and Bermuda Festival 2020 and SENSE, which toured through the UK to Valencia and part of TheArtists Creative Film Award Performance 2021, which won most votes for the best film. 

Rikkai Scott
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