Kevin and Marcel Wilson both studied a wide range of dance including
hip-hop, contemporary, tap, jazz, ballet with some of the most influential teachers and choreographers from around the world. This led them to further their education at Oklahoma City University where they recently received the Distinguished Alumni award for their extraordinary contributions in the entertainment industry.
The Wilson brothers have performed with artists such as Cher, Janet Jackson, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Madonna, and Beyonce.
Their unique choreographic style can be seen on artists such as Toni
Braxton, Wayne Brady, Gloria Trevi, Donny Osmond, Paulina Rubio and Cher. Recently they received a World Choreography Award for Outstanding Choreography in a concert for the top-grossing world tour, Cher: “Dressed to Kill.” After completing choreography for Royal Caribbean’s Quantum of the Seas hit show Sequin & Feathers, they are beginning to set multiple other shows for the cruise line. Their work can also be seen in Broadway shows such as Finding Neverland and The Radio City Rockettes Spring Spectacular Show. The Wilson Brothers are no strangers to television, contributing
choreography for shows such as “So You Think you Can Dance,”
“The Voice,” “America’s Got Talent,” and “Dancing With The Stars.”